Spring 2019

Spring 2019

Tuesday Afternoons at 3:30 PM
Natural Science Annex 101

April 2, 2019

Speaker: Seth Burgess, USGS

Title: U-Th-Pb zircon geochronology of the largest Pleistocene volcanic ash deposit in Alaska

Host: Graham Edwards


April 9, 2019

Speaker: Robin Glas, Sonoma State

Title: Alpine groundwater in tropical proglacial systems: A case study in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru

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Host: Margaret Zimmer

April 16, 2019

Speaker: Spencer John Washburn, University of Michigan

Title: Using Stable Mercury Isotopes to Elucidate Mercury Biogeochemical Cycling in Two California Rivers


Host: Peter Weiss

April 23, 2019

Speaker: Andy Calvert, USGS

Title: Life cycles of arc volcanoes--examples from Alaska and the Cascades

andy   andys

Host: Seth Burgess

April 30, 2019

Speaker: Winnie Chu, Stanford

Title: Merging radar with models: Getting new geophysical insights into the subsurface system of ice sheets


Host: Slawek Tulaczyk

May 7, 2019

Speaker: Maurice Hall, Environmental Defence Fund

Title: Resilience from below: Proactively managing groundwater to sustain communities and nature in an uncertain future

Host: Jenny Pensky

May 14, 2019

Speaker: Kyle Anderson, USGS

Title: The 2018 rift eruption and summit collapse of Kīlauea Volcano: What happened and what have we learned?


Host: Adam Price

May 21, 2019

Speaker: Julio Herrera Estrada, Stanford

Title: Spatiotemporal dynamics of droughts and their impacts on the electricity sector


Host: Nicole Feldl

May 28, 2019

Speaker: Michael Tatzel, UCSC

Title: Si isotopes and the cause of the Late Neoproterozoic seawater oxygenation


Host: Adina Paytan

June 4, 2019

Speaker: Cary Lindsey, University of Nevada Reno

Title: Constraining the Unmeasurable: Heat Flux Investigations in Yellowstone National Park

Cary  yellowstone

Host: Adam Price