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  • Academics: Marine and Environmental Science Curriculum by Year
    Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports Marine and Environmental Sciences Curriculum by Year This is a sample plan of study for a Marine and Environmental Sciences MES Major MES majors specialize in two of three major area electives Biological or Chemical Environmental Science or Physical Oceanography Each area includes three courses with hands on labs FOURTH CLASS YEAR Freshman FALL SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER Fourth Class Academic Orientation Prog Statics Engineering Design English Comp Speech History of the U S Calculus I Physiology of Fitness I Swimming I Chemistry 1 Intro to Literature Macroeconomic Prin Calculus II Personal Defense I Physiology of Fitness II Chemistry II Nautical Science I THIRD CLASS YEAR Sophomore FALL SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER Multivariable Calc CPR Professional Rescuer Marine Biology Meterology

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  • Academics: Marine and Environmental Sciences Introductory Courses
    by Year Introductory Courses Major Specializations Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports Marine and Environmental Sciences Introductory Courses Classes in the Marine and Environmental Science major begin in your 3 c sophomore year Four major specific courses are taken that year Marine Biology In this course cadets study the marine biosphere particularly food chains and basic productivity and the adaptations of the marine habitat throughout both the plant and animal kingdoms It includes detailed laboratory examinations of specific life forms Format Class Laboratory Typicaly taken Fall 3 c year Marine Geology This course introduces physical geology in the marine realm covering such topics as minerals and rocks plate tectonics glaciers polar regions marine sediments morphology evolution of the coastal regions and ocean basins hydrothermal vents coral reefs Labs include field trips focusing on mineral and rock identification map interpretation and sediment sampling and analysis Format Class Laboratory Typicaly taken Spring 3 c year Meteorology In this course cadets analyze and predict weather systems studying atmospheric fluid dynamics atmospheric structure radiative balances and other factors that influence weather like pressure and the earth s rotation and topics like hurricanes regional climatology and storm development Laboratory work emphasizes weather data collection regional forecasting using

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  • Academics: Marine and Environmental Sciences Specializations
    by Year Introductory Courses Major Specializations Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports Marine and Environmental Sciences Specializations Beginning in your 2 c junior year and continuing through the first semester of your 1 c senior year MES majors specialize in two of the following three Major Area Electives Each area consists of a three course sequence and hands on laboratory experiences Biological Environmental Science In this area cadets explore the relationship of organisms and their environment human impact on ecological systems biology and management of marine fisheries The three courses in this specialization are Biological and Chemical Oceanography Fisheries Biology Marine Pollution

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  • Academics: Marine and Environmental Capstone Course
    Analysis Curriculum by Year Capstone Projects Internships Department Scholarship Science Department Marine and Environmental Sciences Curriculum by Year Introductory Courses Major Specializations Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports Marine and Environmental Capstone Course In their final semester each MES major takes the following capstone course Petroleum and Oil Spill Science A broad and thorough study of the petroleum production technology and also oil spill science Topics will include petroleum exploration production and shipping systems The composition of crude oil and petroleum products will be studied as will a basic description of measurement techniques for studying crude oil distilled petroleum products and oil

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  • Academics: Marine and Environmental Sciences Independent Research
    CCD imaging spectroscopy and photometry of targets Currently conducting a beta test project for meteor detection and analysis Astrophysics Research Work with Professor Allen on solar or planetary research Students can work with real data from a host of satellites and ground based observatories and or do theoretical modeling Topics include the sun s magnetic field and its associated explosive events such as flares and coronal mass ejections and their effect on Earth space weather the heating and acceleration of the solar wind and the formation and shear of turbulent zonal winds in the gaseous outer planets Conservation and Management of Aquatic Species Work with Professor Mrakovcich on conservation and management of marine species Topics vary and may include aquaculture by catch environmental impacts of fishing sustainable seafood consumption fishing vessel safety fisheries law enforcement adaptive co management and ecosystem management Diabetes Research Work with Professor Gray to discover how insulin secreting beta cells of the pancreas defend themselves against toxic compounds Use biochemical techniques such as Polymerase Chain Reaction PCR and enzymatic assays to discover how beta cells function Drug Lead Design and Synthesis Join CDR Brown with doing research to develop treatments for understudied diseases in third world countries Through the use of In Silico screening techniques you will identify possible lead compounds and synthesize them for biological testing to determine their usefulness for future development Fisheries Law Enforcement Techniques Work with LT Verlinden and collaborators at NOAA and CG District One Enforcement to develop an automated method of identifying fishing vessels violating fisheries laws using GIS Food Web Research Work with Professor Wainright measuring isotope ratios of various plants and animals to discover their trophic level and their habitat Geospatial Sciences Research Work with LT Verlinden on research in Geospatial Sciences Current collaborations include work with Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California Santa Cruz Cascadia Research NOAA the CG R D center CG International Ice Patrol IIP CG Intel Coordination Center ICC Sector Long Island Sound CG District One Enforcement and a variety of others Projects can be of the students own design or they can pick from a list of existing projects including everything from tracking dolphins and designing oil spill response plans for CG units to analyzing law enforcement and search and rescue data for CG operational and intelligence units Any project with a spatial component is fair game Mustard Gas Research Work with Professor Gray uncovering the toxic mechanisms of mustard gas and other vesicant compounds on lung cells Learn how to develop biochemical assays to screen for potential drugs to treat mustard gas injury New Reaction Development CDR Brown is searching for greener chemical reactions which will allow for more efficient chemical synthetic schemes Be part of the team that develops these new reactions allowing us to selectively engineer chemical compounds on the molecular level Ocean Acoustics Work with LT Verlinden and collaborators at the Office of Naval Research and Scripps Institution of Oceanography on research related to ocean acoustics Potential research

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  • Academics: Science Lecture Series Previous Speakers
    Temperature Fluctuations in Coastal Systems November 12 2015 Dr Daniel Prober Yale University Global Climate and Energy Models October 08 2015 Dr David Harris U S Coast Guard Academy Using Spectroscopy to Understand How Matter Falls into Supermassive Black Holes April 23 2015 Dr Alicia Timme Laragy University of Massachusetts Amherst Understanding the Oxidative Stress Response During Embryonic Development April 16 2015 Dr Hugh Roarty Rutgers University The Use of Ocean Surface Currents for Coast Guard Search and Rescue April 15 2015 Mr Chris Stoafer Columbia University High Beta Tokamak Extended Pulse Experiment March 19 2015 Dr Royce James U S Coast Guard Academy The Fight for Fusion Power A Path to Full time Green Energy December 01 2014 LT James E Toomey IV U S Coast Guard Academy Radio Astronomy Observing the Center of the Milky Way Abstract and Biography November 13 2014 Dr Daniel Prober Yale University Global Climate and Energy Modeling Abstract and Biography October 06 2014 LT Christopher Verlinden U S Coast Guard Academy Applications of Sources of Opportunity in Passive Ocean Acoustics Abstract and Biography March 27 2014 Dr Mohamed Diagne Connecticut College Optogenetics Based Techniques for Neural Studies Free Space Optical Communication Biography March 19 2014 Ms Caitlyn Raines Esri Marine Geographic Information Systems Biography December 3 2013 Ms Judi Connelly et al USCG RDC OREOS Optimizing RADAR and electro optic sensors Biographies November 18 2013 Dr Daniel Prober Yale University Ultrasmall and Untrasensitive Carbon Nanostructures Nanotubes and Graphene Biography October 9 2013 Dr Justin Hall Pfizer The First Principles of Macromolecular Assembly in Protein Systems Biography April 23 2013 LT Paul Blodgett USN STEM Education in Leadership and Decision Making Abstract and Biography April 11 2013 CDR Kenneth Boda USCG Science and Your Coast Guard Career Abstract and Biography March 04 2013 LCDR Michele Fitzpatrick ret USCG Nuclear Detection Using Seismology Abstract and Biography September 17 2012 Dr Ned Heindel Lehigh University Tonics Tintures and Patent Medicines Before the Food and Drug Act Abstract and Biography November 14 2011 Dr Daniel Prober Yale University Microwave Studies of Superconducting Detectors and Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Abstract and Biography October 24 2011 Dr Chinh Bui Flight Safety Manager Hamilton Sundstrand Space System International Safety Engineering Management Abstract and Biography September 29 2011 Dr Larissa Williams Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute The New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site Politics Pollution Adaptation Abstract and Biography April 12 2011 Dr Richard Easther Yale University March 29 2011 Dr Amanda Durante City of New Haven Yale University March 15 2011 Dr Jorg Micha Jahn Southwest Research Institute University of Texas San Antonio Space Weather in Earth s Magnetosphere How Vacuum Can Be Stormy Abstract and Biography March 15 2011 Dr Blair Tuttle Penn State University Hydrogen in Materials Science From Basic Ideas to Advanced Technology to Undergraduate Research Abstract and Biography March 14 2011 Dr Eric Page University of San Diego Infused Photonic Crystal Fibers Using light to Investigate Cancer Linked Proteins Abstract and Biography March 3 2011 Dr James McDonald

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  • Academics: CDR Erin N. Adler
    International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION CDR Erin N Adler U S Coast Guard Academy Center for Maritime Policy and Strategy 15 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Erin N Adler uscga edu 860 444 8364 CDR Erin N Adler Instructor Department of Humanities U S Coast Guard Academy Born and raised in the town of Seward Alaska CDR Adler earned a Bachelor of Science in Government from the U S Coast Guard Academy and earned a commission in 1999 At the Academy she played on the women s basketball and volleyball teams Following graduation she served aboard the USCGC Mariposa in Seattle and USCGC Kukui in Honolulu as a Deck Watch Officer and Maritime Law Enforcement Officer She was then selected for the Coast Guard s funded legal education program and studied at the University of California Hastings College of Law During law school CDR Adler represented UC Hastings at the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition in White Plains New York advancing to the semi final rounds and she studied as a visiting scholar at the University of San Francisco Law School for one year During the summer periods she interned at the Coast Guard s 14th District legal office in Honolulu Hawaii and the Pacific Area JAG Office in Alameda California After earning her Juris Doctor CDR Adler passed the Washington state bar examination completed Naval Justice School and reported to the Coast Guard s Maintenance and Logistics Command Pacific There she served in the Operational Law Branch as Aide to the Commander and as a military prosecutor in the Military Justice Branch as well as at

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  • Academics: Dr. Ronald S. Adrezin
    Stochastic Wave Forces Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics Vol 14 pp 3 17 1999 Gates A Adrezin R Wei J Servo Flap Rotor Power Improvement Through Wind Tunnel Testing American Helicopter Society 55th Annual Forum Montreal Quebec May 1999 Nowak M Adrezin R S Leone D Co Editors of the Proceedings of the Northeast Biomedical Engineering Conference West Hartford CT April 1999 de León D G Adrezin R S Wang F S Application of Finite Element Analysis for Comparing the Strength of Extensor Tendon Suture Techniques in the Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Northeast Biomedical Engineering Conference West Hartford CT April 1999 Adrezin R Gates A Wei J The impact of scale model wind tunnel testing on antenna drag reduction AIAA Reno NV Jan 1999 Gates A Adrezin R Wei J Thin Body Shape Optimization Technique Using Wind Tunnel Test Data AIAA Reno NV Jan 1999 Adrezin R Benaroya H Monte Carlo Simulation of a Partially Submerged Compliant Structure ASME IMECE Recent Advances in Solids and Structures Anaheim CA pp 191 198 Nov 1998 Adrezin R Bar Avi P Benaroya H Dynamic Response of Compliant Offshore Structures Review Journal of Aerospace Engineering Vol 9 No 4 Oct 1996 Fast A Wang F Adrezin R Cordaro M Ramis J Sosner J The Instrumented Walker Usage Patterns and Forces Arch Phys Med Rehabil Vol 76 pp 484 491 May 1995 Adrezin R Cordaro M Wang F Fast A Ramis J A Finite Element Model of a Walker and Its Comparison to an Instrumented Walker Proceedings of ASME Bioengineering Division Winter Annual Meeting New Orleans LA Nov pp 583 586 1993 Adrezin R Cordaro M Wang F Fast A Instrumentation and Computer Interfacing of a Standard Walker to Study User Walker Interaction Dynamics Proceedings of ASME Bioengineering Division Winter Annual Meeting Anaheim CA pp 403 405 Nov 1992 Adrezin R Keesler J Kliphon D Shetty D Sverdlik S A Personal Computer Based System to Evaluate the Performance of Human Muscle Groups Proceedings of ASME Bioengineering Division Winter Annual Meeting Boston MA pp 21 22 1987 Publications Educational Freeman R W Adrezin R S Hatfield C A Russell J C Introducing Multidisciplinary Design at USCGA 2011 ASEE Annual Conference Vancouver Canada June 2011 Freeman R W Wingrove Haugland E Clippinger D C Adrezin R S Sounding the Depths Assessing Cadet Knowledge of Engineering Ethics Technology Interface International Journal Vol 11 No 2 Spring Summer 2011 Freeman R W Wingrove Haugland E Clippinger D C Adrezin R S Sounding the Depths Assessing Cadet Knowledge of Engineering Ethics 2011 IAJC ASEE International Conference West Hartford CT April 2011 Adrezin R S Egelhoff C J Ramirez E Cowgill J Dwyer P J Benavides S Leveraging Exclusivity Impacting Learning from a Sole Employer Proceedings of NE ASEE 2009 Conference Bridgeport CT April 2009 Freeman R W Phillips E H Plumley M Adrezin R S Egelhoff C J Service Learning Workshops to Recruit Women into Engineering Proceedings of NE ASEE 2009 Conference Bridgeport CT April 2009 Wosczyna Birch K Jaramillo P Birch J

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