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Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar (EGGS) Lecture Series

Spring 2016

February 4

Jennifer Le Blond, Imperial College UK. "Medical geology: a geologist’s view of environmental exposure and disease" abstract

February 11  


February 18  

Wil Leavitt, Washington University St. Louis/Dartmouth. "The inner lives of sulfate reducing bacteria as revealed by sulfur and hydrogen isotopic phenotypes" abstract

February 25  


March 3  

Cara Magnasbosco, Princeton University. "What can genomics tell us about early Earth?" abstract

March 10  

Hugh Ducklow,  "Particle export and decomposition in the Amundsen Sea polynya, 2010-12" Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory abstract

March 17  

Spring Recess - No Seminar

March 24  


March 31  

Patricia Matrai, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences "Curvaceous models of primary productivity: In search of a tight fit for the Arctic Ocean"  abstract

April 7

Alyson Santoro, Horn Point Lab, UMCES "Thaumarchaea in the marine
nitrogen cycle” abstract

April 14

Bror Jonsson, Princeton University "Surface Connectivity and Temperature Adaptation by Phytoplankton Communities in the Global Ocean"  abstract

April 21

Zunli Lu, Syracuse University "I/Ca as an oxygenation proxy: Precambrian to Pleistocene"  abstract

April 28

Erin Bertrand, Dalhousie University " Micronutrient demand and microbial interactions in a changing Southern Ocean"   abstract

May 5

Karin Limburg, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry  The “other” biogeochemistry: otolith chemistry to unlock the secret lives of fishes.  abstract

May 12

Mick Follows, MIT, "Is there just enough iron in the ocean?"  abstract

May 19

Laurence Yeung, Rice University, "A link between ozone photochemistry and atmospheric overturning in the ice-core gas record"   abstract

 Seminars are on Thursdays at 12:30-1:30 in Guyot Hall Room 220 unless otherwise noted.  Please bring your own lunch,  cookies and drinks will be provided.