College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment - University of Delaware
School of Marine Science and Policy

MAST 873 - Marine Policy Seminar

Presentation Schedule Fall 2013- Professor James Corbett
August 29 Introduction (New Students Only Need Attend)
September 5

Chung-Ling Chen - Visiting Scholar with Dr. Lee Anderson
abstract "Regulation and Management of Marine Litter"  
Marine Policy Seminar Gathering after today's seminar at Deer Park

September 12 No Thursday Seminar Today (See September 13)
September 13

Integrated SMSP Invitational Seminar

September 19 Ed Carr -" Economic Incentives to Reduce Shipping Emissions in Panama"  abstract
September 26 School of Marine Science and Policy
Alumni Reception & Celebration of Dr. Lee Anderson, Washington DC. 
No Seminar, but please consider carpooling to attend with alumni. Register at:
October 3 Jean Brodeur - "Using Expert Elicitation to Inform Ocean Acidification Policy"   abstract
Nicole Suto - "Electric Vehicle Charging Stations"   abstract
October 10 No Thursday Seminar Today (See October 11)
October 11 Integrated SMSP Invitational Seminar
October 17 Alexis Martin - " The Nairobi Convention: Drawing the Lessons Learned on Regional Sustainability"   abstract
October 24 Yosef Shirazi - " The Effect of Offshore Wind Turbines on Beach Experience: Preliminary Results from 2013 Coast Day"   abstract
October 31 Erica Wales - " Marine Genetic Resources in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction:
Intellectual Property Law vs Environmental Law"  abstract

Kathy Harris - " A Survey of Offshore Wind Energy in Europe"   abstract
November 7 No Thursday Seminar Today (See November 8)
November 8

Integrated SMSP Invitational Seminar
Preliminary Information on Speaker: Michael Oppenheimer, Princeton.

November 14 Bill Bessmer - Policy Integration of Geothermal Energy: Offshore Considerations   abstract
November 21 Emily Bryant - "Sea Level Rise Planning and Policy in the State of Delaware"   abstract

Adam Disque - "Increasing the Probability of Detection and Conviction of U.S. Fishery Violations"   abstract
November 28 Thanksgiving Break - no class