Thursdays in Mitchell Hall, Martin Lounge*

Refreshments at 3:30 pm and Talk at 4:00 pm

 

 

SEPTEMBER 5

Frank Forcino, Western Carolina University
“The General Public’s Understanding of Geology Compared with Belief in Psuedoscientific Abilities of Gemstones and Crystals”


SEPTEMBER 19

Wenyuan Fan, Florida State University

“How to Rock the Earth Without an Earthquake”


OCTOBER 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tim Bralower, Penn State University
“Drilling Chicxulub: Exploring the Hours and Days after the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary Impact”


OCTOBER 10

Carolyn Freiwald, University of Mississippi
“Isotopes and Archaeology: Migration, Trade, and Warfare in Mesoamerica”

*Event will be held in Wilson Hall (128)


OCTOBER 24

Christine Krohn, SEG 2018 Honorary Lecturer
“The Complexity Just Below our Feet and Implications for the Fidelity of Land Seismic Data”


OCTOBER 31

 

Emily F. Eidam, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
“Evolution of a New Tidewater Glacier Moraine and Implications for Glacier Stability”


NOVEMBER 7

Melissa Wrzesien, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

“The Role of Mountain Snow in Continental Water Budgets: Perspectives from Regional and Global Datasets”


NOVEMBER 14

Greg Stock, Yosemite National Park

“Recent Advances in Quantifying Rockfalls in Yosemite National Park”


NOVEMBER 21

Louis Derry, Cornell University

“Coming to Grips with Volcanic Weathering: Global and Local Geochemical and Hydrologic Processes”