Fall 2014

Tuesday Afternoons at 4:00 PM
Natural Science Annex 101


October 7, 2014

Speaker: Branwen Williams, Claremont Colleges

Title: Reconstruction of Aleutian seawater temperature since 1665 AD from the skeletons of coralline algae

Hosts: Paytan/Martinez-Fernandez


October 14, 2014

Speaker: Emma Versteegh, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Title: The world’s deepest hydrothermal vents: biogeochemistry of an alien environment

Hosts: Clapham/Killam


October 21, 2014

Speaker: Mike Cheadle, University of Wyoming

Title: King Neptune, quite contrary, how does your fast spread ocean crust grow?

Hosts: Brodsky/TBA


October 28, 2014

Speaker: Barbara John, University of Wyoming

Title: Slow spread mid-ocean ridges:  the competition between magmatism  and tectonics

Hosts: Brodsky/TBA


November 4, 2014

Speaker: Andreas Mulch, Goethe University Frankfurt/Main

Title: Paleotopography: From Tectonics to the Evolution of Landscapes and Life

Hosts: Koch/TBA


November 18, 2014

Speaker: Barbara Bekins, USGS Menlo Park

Title: How Far Away Can Earthquakes be Induced by Fluid Injection? Case Study of the Jones, Oklahoma Earthquake Swarm

Hosts: TBA/Stauffer


November 25, 2014

Speaker: Barbara Balestra, University of California, Santa Cruz

Title: Insight from the IODP Exp. 339 (Mediterranean Outflow) using coccolithophores as proxies

Hosts: Paytan/TBA


December 2, 2014

Speaker: Danny Brothers, USGS Santa Cruz

Title: TBA 

Hosts: Silver/TBA


December 9, 2014

Speaker: TBA

Title: TBA

Hosts: TBA