Department Seminars

Fall 2014

Date Speaker Topic Host
9/4/14 Carol A. Stein, University of Illinois at Chicago New Insights into the Tectonic Evolution of North America's Midcontinental Rift
9/11/14 Ted Flynn, Argonne National Lab Biogeochemical Cycling and Microbial Ecology in Subsurface Ecosystems D'Arcy Dombard-Meyer
9/18/14 Britney Schmidt, Georgia Tech Getting under Europa's Skin Peter Doran
9/25/14 NO SEMINAR
10/2/14 Ellery Ingall, Georgia Tech Role of Biogenic Silica in the Removal of Iron from Antarctic Seas Kathy Nagy
10/9/14 Justin Filiberto, Southern Illinois University Constraints on the Depth and Thermal Vigor of Melting in the Martian Mantle: Petrologic Estimates based on Basalts in Gale Crater compared with Gusev Crater, Meridiani Planum, and Martian Meteorites Andrew Dombard
10/16/14 Michael Wysession, Washington University in St. Louis Investigating the Past History of Madagascar with Seismic Waves Today Carol Stein
10/23/14 Eugene Ilton, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Competitive Sorption of CO2 and H2O in Clays Under Conditions Relevant to Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Steve Guggenheim
10/30/14 Julie Bartley, Gustavus Adolphus From Proterozoic to Modern: What do we Know about Stromatolites? Roy Plotnick
11/6/14 Jessica Conroy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Eastern Pacific Ecosystem Shifts Inferred from Nitrogen Isotope Values of Guano-influenced Galapagos Lake Sediment Max Berkelhammer
11/13/14 Ashley Ballantyne, University of Montana Diagnosing Carbon-Climate Feedbacks in the Contemporary Carbon Cycle Max Berkelhammer
11/20/14 Danielle Sumy, Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology The Great Prague Debate: Induced Earthquakes in Oklahoma Stefany Sit

Seminars are on Thursdays at 3:30PM in Rm 130 SES and are preceded by refreshments at 3:00PM in Rm 2460 SES.