Seminar Schedule

Earth and Environmental Sciences Fall 2015 Rast-Holbrook Seminar Schedule

All seminars will be held on Thursdays at 4:00 p.m. in 303 Slone, preceded by refreshments at 3:30, unless otherwise noted.

Sept. 3

Julie Elliot, Purdue University

“Using Geodesy to Observe Glacier Change in Alaska”

Bemis

Sept. 10

Randel Cox, Univerisity of Memphis

“Holocene Faulting and Earthquakes Along the Alabama-Oklahoma Transform”

Woolery

Sept. 17

NO SEMINAR, EES OPEN HOUSE

Sept. 24

Lindsay Lowe  Worthington,  University of New Mexico

Tectonics/seismology

Bemis

Oct.1

Alycia Stigall,Ohio University

Paleontology

Freeman

Oct.8

Alan Shiller, University of Southern Mississippi

“Dissolved Trace Elements in Rivers: Problems and Perspectives”

Yeager

Oct. 15

Kevin Mahan, University of Colorado Boulder

" Deep crustal structure, processes, and properties from xenoliths and seismic observations in the Rocky Mountains "

Ratajeski

Oct. 22

Bridget Scanlon,

University of Texas, Austin

Hydrology

Fryar, water week

Oct. 29

Marty Parris, Kentucky Geological Survey

“Fluid Evolution in Cambrian-Ordovician Knox Group Reservoirs” 

Moecher

Nov. 5

NO SEMINAR

Nov. 12

Brad Rosenheim,University of Southern Florida

"Time Matters: Refining regional deglacial chronology from Antarctic marginal marine sediments”

Yeager

Nov. 19

Amanda Reynolds,Conoco

Petrophysics

McGlue

Nov. 27

NO SEMINAR, Thanksgiving

Dec. 3

Nicole Gasparini,Tulane University

“Distinguishing between climatic and tectonic influences on topography: Best practices and application to the Northern Bolivian Andes”

Yeager

Dec. 10

EES Graduate Student Roundup

Patrick Whalen

James McCulla

McGlue

 

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