IOF Seminars

The Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries offers multiple seminars and workshops through the year. These seminars draw a diverse audience, leading to thought-provoking discussions and a sharing of new ideas and perspectives. Past speakers have included public communicators, economists, ecosystem modellers, anthropologists, and ecologists.

We invite speakers from around the globe to present on a wide range of topics related to freshwater systems, the oceans, fisheries, and the global environment. The subject matters discussed span the natural and social sciences, including aquatic ecology, economics, zoology, anthropology, sociology, oceanography, marine geochemistry, microbiology, resource management, and international maritime law.

Our seminar types range from weekly research seminars during the academic year, student-run research presentations, special seminars by visiting scholars, and our landmark annual Larkin Lecture.

 


Ocean & Fisheries Seminars

Weekly seminars
offered during the academic year

Larkin Lecture

Annual lecture by distinguished scholars,
in memory of Dr. Peter Larkin

Research Unit Seminars

Our Research Units and Labs share overviews of their research activities

Summer Series
Seminars offered during the Summer Term
by visiting researchers