The 1991 Edwin W. Pauley Summer Program in Marine Biology focused on developing a better understanding of the coundary layers and carbon limitation in coral reefs. The Point Lab, location of coral reef research activities at HIMB, underwent renovation in preparation for the Summer Program. The solar simulator room was expanded to provide more space for working radioactively labelled carbon in phytoplankton studies. Students participated in the usual classroom sessions. In addition to classroom work, several workshops were conducted: Virginia demonstrated techniques for measuring protein content of tissues, Michael set up the photosythotron, an apparatus for measuring photosynthesis in small samples of phytoplankton, and taught students how to assay for the enzyme superoxidase dismutase, and Mark brought from UC Davis an impressive video system for analysing pattern and motion. And of course there were innumerable early morning coffee sessions, round table discussions, potlucks, and late night sample processing.
|Dr. Paul Jokiel, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA|
|Dr. Dave Krupp, Windward Community College, USA|
|Dr. Michael Lesser, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA|
|Dr. Mark Patterson, University of California, Davis, USA|
|Dr. Virginia Weis, University of Southern Califorina, USA|
|note: lead faculty in bold|
|Itzchak Brickner, Tel Aviv University, Israel|
|Tina Hazzard, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA|
|Sean Kinane,University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA|
|Paul Newton, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA|
|Calvin Nii, University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|Jennifer Reardon, University of Kansas, USA|
|Nadav Shashar, Tel Aviv University, Israel|
|Ana Squellati, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA|
|Razi Vago, Bar Ilan University, Israel|
STAFF and VOLUNTEERS
Jokiel PL (1991) Boundary layers and carbon limitation in coral reefs: 1991 Edwin W. Pauley Summer Program in Marine Biology. . Kaneohe, Hawaii. 20 pp. (Download Program Report)
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A list of publications that directly or indirectly resulted from scientific concepts, training, or research experiences during the Pauley Summer Program.