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Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar (EGGS) Lecture Series

Fall 2011

September 22 Kelly Kearney, Princeton University, "Investigating the propagation of climate variability through an oceanic food web."
September 29 Daniele Ludicone, Stazione Zoologica A. Dohrn, Naples, Italy, "Towards a quantitative understanding of the coupling between biogeochemical cycles and oceanic overturning."

October 6

Jaroslaw Stolarski, Polish Academy of Sciences, "Stony corals: more corals than stones-a biologically-oriented interpretation of the formation of coral skeletons."

October 13

Katye Altieri, Princeton University, "The Marine Bio-Atmospheric N Cycle: New Insights from Stable Isotopes and Ultra-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry"

 October 20

Bob Anderson, LDEO, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, "Supply and removal of trace elements at ocean boundaries"

 October 27

Karina Schafer, Rutgers University, "C02 fluxes in the New Jersey Meadowlands"

 November 3

Chris Little, Princeton University CANCELLED

 November 10

Maggie C.Y. Lau, Princeton University, "Selecting PCR primers for environmental microbiology by in silico analysis of genome data"

 December 1

John Marra, CUNY, Brooklyn College, "Are phytoplankton and bacteria coupled?"

 December 8  Kristen Buck, BIOS, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, "The organic complexation of iron in the marine environment."
 December 15  Alexey Fedorov, Yale University, Beyond traditional climate sensitivity: understanding mechanisms of early Pliocene warmth."
 

*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.