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Honors Colloquium

Reel Bites


Rainer Lohmann, URI Graduate School of Oceanography.



Dr. Rainer Lohmann, Assistant Professor of Oceanography, discusses the threat of organic pollutants to humans and the environment in a changing world. Professor Lohmann received his Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry from Lancaster University, England (UK) in 2000. He then joined the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a postdoctoral fellow, and moved to the Research Center for Ocean Margins (Bremen, Germany) as a fellow for most of 2004. Since November 2004 he has been Assistant Professor in Oceanography at the University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography. His current research interests include the global fate of persistent organic pollutants (POPs), the bioavailability of organic pollutants in sediments, and the use of passive samplers to measure the activities of organic compounds in air, water and sediment. (See at http://www.gso.uri.edu/users/lohmann.)

All clips were filmed, directed, edited by Mary Healey Jamiel, Assistant Professor at the University of Rhode Island, serving jointly in Film Media and Communication Studies.

Paton Video

****Peter Paton

Oviatt Video

****Candace Oviatt

Lohmann Video

****Rainer Lohmann

Ginis Video

****Isaac Ginis

Gold Video

****Art Gold

Mather Video

****Tom Mather

Moran Video

****Kate Moran

Pilson Video

****Michael Pilson

Robinson Video

****Rebecca Robinson

Nixon Video

****Scott Nixon