Rast-Holbrook Seminar Schedule

Earth and Environmental Sciences Spring 2022 Rast-Holbrook Seminar Schedule

All seminars will be held on Thursdays at 4:00 p.m. via ZOOM  unless otherwise indicated. 

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

February 3

Dr. Lindsay Prothro (postponed)

Texas A&M University

What Really Drives Rapid Ice Sheet Change? Looking for Answers on Timescales Beyond the Satellite Era

February 10

Dr. Trish Gregg (AWG Interview)

University of Illinois

AWG SE Bluegrass Chapter Teatime Talks interview series

February 17

No Seminar

February 24

Dr. Alina Shchepetkina (AWG Interview)

University of Lisbon

AWG SE Bluegrass Chapter Teatime Talks interview series

March 1 

(In person)

Dr. Abe Springer Northern Arizona University The Stories Told by Springs

March 3

No Seminar (ResEES)

March 11

Dr. Chen Zhu

Indiana University

How Are Geochemical Reactions in Aquifers Connected to Climate Change Mitigation?

March 17  No Seminar
March 24 Dr. Chad Yost

Indiana State University

Phytoliths and microcharcoal reveal Earth’s orbital influence on Plio-Pleistocene eastern African savannas

March 31

(In person)

Mr. Richard Wooten

Former North Carolina Geological Survey

Debris Flows, Big Slow Movers, and Rockslides: Assembling the Geospatial Legacy of Landslides using Lidar, Drones and Boots on the Ground

April 7 No Seminar (Regional GSA Meeting)

April 14

MSc. Sarah Burgess Indiana Geological Society From Caves to Springs - New Insights on Karst Development in Indiana

April 21

Dr. Lisa Park Boush University of Connecticut Reconstructing a 6000 year multi-proxy paleoclimate record from the Central Bahamas

April 28

(In person)

Dr. Susan Zimmerman

Berkeley Geochronology Center & Center for AMS (CAMS), Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Holocene Patterns of Volcanism and Climate from High-resolution Geochemistry of the BINGO sediment core, Mono Lake, California.
May 5 Dr. Lindsay Prothro Texas A&M University What Really Drives Rapid Ice Sheet Change? Looking for Answers on Timescales Beyond the Satellite Era