Seminar Schedule : Fall 2014
The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Houston offers its seminars on most Friday afternoons during the fall and spring semesters. Time: Most seminars are held at 4:00 pm. A change of times will be noted under the date of the seminar. Location: Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held in room 117 of the Science and Research Building 1. A change of rooms will be noted in red (bold) in the Date column.
How can the past help us understand the future: An 80-year-history of the UH Dept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
UH Dept. of Biology & Biochem.
Reciprocal feedbacks between crabs and creek growth in coastal salt marshes
Climate Change Research 2014
Isotope Perspectives on the Deep Carbon Cycle: Implications for Earth Formation and Isotope Biosignatures
Use of Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Deciphering the Tectonic History of SW Montana
Nanoscale geochemical reactions: important for oil production and environmental remediation
Sam Houston State University
A dynamic Geomagnetic Field Revealed from Coring a Constellation of Paleomagnetic Stations in the Ocean Basins
New Departures in Isotopic Provenance Studies
Michigan State University
The origin of the Jurassic Quiet Zone and the forefront of deep-sea geophysical research method
Growth and exhumation of the Andean thrust belt and foreland basin during flat-slab subduction in Argentina
Seeking Martian Biosignatures: Tantalizing Evidence within Martian Meteorites
Allison Kennedy Thurmond
Industry-Driven Advances in Predictive Earth System Modeling: Addressing The Paleotopography Challenge iin 4D
Tentative Spring Seminar Schedule
Large Earthquake and Geodynamics over Intermediate Timescales
Juan Carlos Silva Tamayo
Rise and demise of tropical coral reef during the Eocene - Miocene along the tropical SE Circum Caribbean
James Ten Cate
Los Alamos Lab
Earth System Science, LLC
Analysis of Long Duration Data from large GPS networks
GPS investigation of subduction and continental breakup processes in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Isolands
Basin-wide assessment of the roles of tectonics, basin fill, margin stability, and seawater chemistry on carbonate platform architecture and evolution: Triassic, Nanpanjiang Basin, South China
The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Houston offers its seminars on most Friday afternoons during the fall and spring semesters.
Time: Most seminars are held at 4:00 pm. A change of times will be noted under the date of the seminar.
Location: Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held in room 117 of the Science and Research Building 1. A change of rooms will be noted in red (bold) in the Date column.