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Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar (EGGS) Lecture Series

Fall 2014

September  18       

Rong Zhang, GFDL, "Mechanisms for Low Frequency Variability of Summer Arctic Sea Ice Extent," Abstract,  Host: L. Rossi           

                                                                         

September 25

Tatiana Rynearson, Unversity of Rhode Island, "Carbon flux during the North Atlantic Bloom: what you see is not what you get," Abstract, Host: B. Jonsson 

October 2

 No EGGS this week!
October 9

David Baker, Hong Kong University, "The central role of nitrogen in the evolution and modern extinction of coral reefs," Abstract, Host: T. Wang

October 16

Romain Darnajoux, Université de Sherbrooke, "Deciphering the ecological importance of V-based nitrogen fixation in boreal ecosystems," Abstract, Host: A. Morel-Kraepiel

October 23

Ruth K. Varner, University of New Hampshirek, "New ways of looking at methane emissions from Arctic systems," Abstract
 

October 30

Samuel Arey, EPFL, "Analyzing reactive molecules in aquatic systems using quantum chemistry,"  Abstract, Host: F. Morel

November 6 Oscar Schofield, IMCS, Rutgers University, Host N. Van Oostende
November 13

Beverly Johnson, Bates College, "Holocene paleoecology of nearshore ecosystems in the Gulf of Maine," Host: Jessica-Lueders Dumont

December 4

Berkley Walker, University of Illinois Champaign, "Improving biochemical models of C3 photosynthesis by considering inter-species differences in physiology," Host: Paul Gauthier

December 11 Gregory de Souza, AOS  
 

*Seminars are on Thursdays at 12:30-1:30 in Guyot Hall Room 220 unless otherwise noted** NOTE: Please bring your own lunch.  Cookies/Drinks will be provided.