On July 9, 2019, Theresa-Marie Rhyne will lecture on "Color Fundamentals for Scienific Visualization" as part of the 2019 Infomation Science and Technology Seminar Series at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Her talk, scehduled for 9:30 until 10:30 AM (Mountain Time), will provide an overview of the fundamentals of color theory and color selection for scientific visualization creation. This includes the introduction to the concepts of color models and harmony, a review of color vision principles, the defining of color gamut, spaces and systems and demonstrating online and mobile apps for performing color analyses of digital media. Freely available commercial and research tools for continued use in color selection and color deficiency assessments for scientific visualization are highlighted. We specially note various approaches to building a color map for a computationally modeled hurricane animation sequences. Updates to and elements from her CRC Press book on "Apply Color Theory to Digital Media and Visualization" will be featured. More information on her book is available at https://www.crcpress.com/Applying-Color-Theory-to-Digital-Media-and-Visualization/Rhyne/p/book/9781498765497.