Fall 2010

Tuesday Afternoons at 4:00 PM
Natural Sciences Annex, Room 101


September 28, 2011
Hosts: Brodsky/Walter
Faults and Failure in Sandstone: Implications for Carbon Sequestration
Laurel B. Goodwin, University of Wisconsin-Madison

October 12, 2011
Hosts: Koch/Yeakel
Quantitative paleobiology: insights into the origin of tetrapod feeding, Phanerozoic diversity dynamics in light of an incomplete fossil record, and calibrating molecular clocks
Charles Marshall, UC Paleontology Museum, Berkeley

October 26, 2011
Hosts: Fisher/Crook
Deep intraoceanic faults in the Nankai Trough seismogenic zone: Insight into intraplate and interplate earthquakes
Takeshi Tsuji, Kyoto University


November 9, 2011
Hosts: Gill/Todd
Beneath the Volcano: Miocene Plutons of the Eldorado Mountains, Nevada
Jonathan Miller, San Jose State University

October 5, 2011
Hosts: Finnegan/Perkins
Linking the ridge to the reef- adventures in Hawaiian geomorphology
Jonathan Stock, U.S. Geological Survey


October 19, 2011
Hosts: Schmidt/Russo
Probing Climate Change Impacts on High Elevation Groundwater Using Isotopic and Dissolved Gas Tracers
Jean Moran, California State University, East Bay



November 2, 2011
Hosts: Paytan/Chrystal or Lambert
Atmospheric mercury sources and deposition in coastal California: results from Elkhorn Slough and the CalNex cruise
Peter S. Weiss-Penzias, UC Santa Cruz

November 24, 2011
Hosts: Williams/Wasam
Constraints on the mechanisms of Andean uplift from the Miocene-Recent tectonic history of central Peru
Dan Farber, UC Santa Cruz