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Thursdays this Spring in the Zoom Room (

B.Y.O.Snacks at 4:25 pm | Talk Begins at 4:30 pm

January 28

Katherine Ryker, University of South Carolina

“What motivates students to enroll in an introductory geology course?”

February 4

Arthur Sylvester, University of California at Santa Barbara

“Geology Underfoot in Southern California”

February 11  

Andreas Teske, UNC Chapel Hill

“IODP Expedition 365: Guaymas Basin deep subsurface environment
and biosphere”

February 18          

Miquela Ingalls, Penn State

“P/Ca in Carbonates as a Proxy for Alkalinity and Phosphate Levels”

February 25      

Catherine O’Reilly, Illinois State University


March 4 

Huan Cui, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)

“Testing the origins of deep-time carbon cycle anomalies by secondary
ion mass spectrometer (SIMS)”

March 11

John Gardner, University of Pittsburgh

“Human impacts on sediment delivery in US rivers”

March 18  

Kip Hodges, Arizona State University


March 25

Sarah Evans, Appalachian State University

“Hydrogeologic response to permafrost thaw”

April 1

Hana Jurikova, University of St Andrew


April 8

Eric Kirby, UNC Chapel Hill

“Tectonics and topography along plateau margins: Insights from
erosion and exhumation in Eastern Tibet”

April 15

Katherine Anarde, UNC Chapel Hill

“Barrier island and coastline response to climate change, land use, and
human decision making”

April 22

Porsche’ Spence, NC Central University

“FEWLM the youth with inquiry-based science activities”