Dr. James Ivey


Dr. James  Ivey

Office Information

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Email
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UP 337
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ivey.james@spcollege.edu
(727) 394-6003
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Office Schedule


MondayWednesdayThursday
9:15 am - 9:45 am
Seminole, UP 307
10:15 am - 10:45 am
Seminole, UP 307
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Clearwater, NM 265


Biography


I am  a scientist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Research institute where I study Harmful Algal Blooms.  My research emphasis involves the design, construction, deployment, and maintenance of a network of autonomous water quality platformsI study the data from these platforms to determine potential factors that could influence Harmful Algal Blooms.

My dissertaiton emphasis was optical oceanography where I tested and developed models to determine the constituents within a water column based on optical properties.


PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION
  • B.A. 1986 University of Georgia (Economics)
  • M.S. 1997 University of Southern Mississippi (Optical Oceanography)
  • Ph.D. 2009 University of South Florida (Optical Oceanography)
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Millie D.F., G. R. Weckmanc, W. A. Young II, J. E. Ivey, H. J. Carrick,  & G. L. Fahnenstield. 2012. Modeling Microalgal Abundance with Artificial Neural Networks: Demonstration of a Heuristic ‘Grey-Box’ to Deconvolve and Quantify Environmental Influences.  Environmental Modeling & Software. 38: 27-39.

Ivey, J. E.  2009.  Closure Between Apparent and Inherent Optical Properties of the Ocean with Applications to the Determination of Spectral Bottom Reflectance.  Dissertation,. University of South Florida. 277 P.

Otis, D. B., K.L. Carder, D.C. English, and J.E. Ivey. 2004. CDOM transport from the Bahamas Banks. Coral Reefs. 23: 152-160.

C. Hu, F. E. Muller-Karger, Z.-P. Lee, K. L. Carder, B. Roberts, J. J. Walsh, R. H. Weisberg, R. He, E. Johns, T. Lee, N. Kuring, J. Patch, J. Ivey, P. G. Coble, C. Heil, G. A. Vargo, R. G. Zepp, K. Steidinger, G. McRae, J. Boyer, G. Kirkpatrick, E. Mueller, R. Pierce, J. Culter, B. Keller, J. Hunt.  2002.  The 2002 “black water” event off SW Florida as detected by satellites. EOS. 83(26):281,285.


Subjects Taught


Anatomy, Biological Science, Geology, Oceanography


Course Schedule


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0490   Fall Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
BSC 2011L  BIOLOGY II LABORATORY 4319 CL In Class Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
ESC 1000L  EARTH SCIENCE LAB 1346 CL In Class Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
OCB 1000C  BIOLOGY OF MARINE LIFE 2591 SEMIn Class Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
0485   Summer Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
BSC 1005  BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 760 SEMIn Class May 19 2014Jul 25 2014
BSC 2011  BIOLOGY II - ORGANISMS AND ECOLOGY 1397 CL In Class May 19 2014Jul 25 2014
BSC 2011L  BIOLOGY II LABORATORY 1398 CL In Class May 19 2014Jul 25 2014