The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Geological Sciences

Thursdays in Mitchell Hall, Martin Lounge*

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

 

 

JANUARY 21

Anastasia Stroujkova, Applied Research Associates
“Challenges in Nuclear Explosion Monitoring”


JANUARY 23

Jay Santillan, EPA
“Regulatory Perspectives on Actinide Geochemistry at the Waste
Isolation Pilot Plant Radioactive Waste Facility, Carlsbad, New Mexico,
USA”


JANUARY 30

 

Aaron Burton, NASA-JSC
“Dynamic Arctic Rivers and Coasts: developing process models for a
frozen environment”


FEBRUARY 6

Irina Overeem, University of Colorado-Boulder
“Isotopes and Archaeology: Migration, Trade, and Warfare in
Mesoamerica”


FEBRUARY 11

Dr. Jeffrey Warren, NC Policy Collaboratory

“The State of Science Policy in North Carolina”


FEBRUARY 13

Anat Shahar, Carnegie Institution of Washington
“Exploring Planetary Differentiation through an Isotopic Lens”


FEBRUARY 20

Oliver Lamb, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
“Identifying Icequakes at Ice-covered Volcanoes in Southern Chile”

Link to presentation: Icequake Colloquim posted 3/9/2020


FEBRUARY 27

Meenakshi Wadhwa, Arizona State University
“From Dust to Planets: Tracing the History of the Early Solar System via
Meteorites”


MARCH 5

Oliver Lamb, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
“Identifying Icequakes at Ice-covered Volcanoes in Southern Chile”


MARCH 19

Sarah Mazza, Smith College
“Exploring mantle recycling and crust generation with tungsten stable
Isotopes”


MARCH 26

 

Xiao Yang, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
“Mapping river and lake ice globally using satellite images”


APRIL 2

Peter Hitchcock, Cornell University
“The Stratospheric polar vortex and its influence on surface climate”


APRIL 9

Mike Eddy, Purdue University
“Hunting for Fossil Magma Reservoirs in the Geologic Record”


APRIL 14

Sue Brantley, Penn State University
“Subsurface Landscape of Oxidation and Reaction in the Critical Zone”