Winter 2010

Friday Afternoons at 3:30 PM
Earth and Marine Sciences (E&MS) Building, Room B214

Please join us for refreshments in the E&MS Atrium at 3:15 PM

January 8, 2010
co-sponsored by CSIDE
Co-seismic weakening by carbonate dissociation in a continental sole thrust, Naukluft Thrust, Namibia
Christie Rowe, UC Santa Cruz

January 22, 2010
co-sponsored by CSIDE
Heat, fluids, and their role in mechanical strength and strain accumulation along the San Andreas Fault
Patrick, Fulton, Oregon State University

February 5, 2010
co-sponsored by CSIDE
The structural architecture of exhumed seismogenic faults and implications for seismic processes
Jamie Kirkpatrick, University of Glasgow

February 19, 2010
co-sponsored by CSIDE
Near Source and Remote Earthquake Triggering
Tom Parsons, USGS

March 5, 2010
co-sponsored by CSIDE
Supersonic Flow in Volcanic Vents: New Insights and Hazard Implications
Darcy Ogden, Stanford University

March 19, 2010
co-sponsored by CODEP
Lunar meteorites: What they tell us about the spatial and temporal distribution of mare basalts
Alexander Basilevsky, Vernadsky Institute, Moscow, Russia

January 15, 2010
co-sponsored by CODEP
Geological record of recent climate change on Mars
Mikhail Kreslavsky, UCSC, EPS

January 29, 2010
co-sponsored by CSIDE
Numerical simulations of impacts on asteroids: Studying the effect of porosity and friction
Martin Jutzi, UC Santa Cruz

February 12, 2010
co-sponsored by CODEP
Origin of the Ganymede-Callisto dichotomy by impacts during the Late Heavy Bombardment
Amy Barr, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder

February 26, 2010
co-sponsored by CODEP
LCROSS, the lunar hitch-hiker that made an impact (literally!) on how we view our Moon and its science secrets
Kimberley Ennicoe, NASA Ames

March 12, 2010
co-sponsored by CSIDE
Aftershock Characteristics as a Means of Discriminating Explosions from Earthquakes
Sean Ford, LLNL