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Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar (EGGS) Lecture Series

Spring 2010

January 21
Room 155

George Philander, Princeton University, "Climate Cycles, Trends and Thresholds over the past three million years."

January 22
(Fri.) 1:30 p.m.
Glenn Waychunas, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, " Mineral-water Interfacial Chemistry- Current Understanding and New Developments."

January 27
(Wed.) 3:45 p.m. IMCS - at Rutgers
 

Rutgers/Princeton Seminar, Jaime Palter, Princeton University, "The role of the Meridional Overturning Circulation and cross-frontal exchange in sustaining low-latitude productivity." (Abstract)
Transportation is available - contact Brian Hopkinson - bhopkins@princeton.edu

January 28

François Fripiat, Royal Museum for Central Africa, "Isotopic approach (δ30Si) of the silicon cycle: the Southern Ocean case study."  
 

February 4

Mathis Hain, Princeton University, "Antarctic mechanisms for lower ice age CO2: What else is needed?" 

February 11

François Morel, Princeton University, "Ocean Acidification"
February 18

James Murray, University of Washington, "Anammox, denitrificaiton and N2 fixation in the Black Sea"

March 11

Bror Jonsson, Princeton University, " Phytoplankton C:Chl ratio in theory and practice; What does the satellites really see?"

March 18 Spring Break - no seminar
March 25 Open
April 1 Lars Hedin, Princeton University, "New perspectives on the land nitrogen cycle"

April 8 Ann Pearson, Harvard University, "Musings on the lipid biomarker signatures of Neoproterozoic oceans."

April 14
3:45 at Princeton, 220
(Wed)

Princeton/Rutgers Seminar, Rob Sherrell, Rutgers, "New clues about ocean biogeochemistry from minor elements in coral skeletons"

April 22 Kritee, Princeton University, Denitrification isotope effect and global marine fixed N budget
April 29 Brian Hopkinson, Princeton University, Carbon fluxes associated with the CO2 concentrating mechanism of diatoms
May 6 Arlene Fiore, GFDL, External influences on ozone air quality: Intercontinental transport,changing climate, and stratospheric exchange
May 13 Anne Cohen, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, "Coral Reef Resilience in a High CO2 World: Why Fat Matters"
May 20 Jim Galloway, University of Virginia, Nitrogen: A Story of Food, Feed, and Fuel (Abstract)
May 27 Anne Kraepiel, Princeton University, "The role of trace metals in N2 fixation in soils"

*Seminars are on Thursdays at 12:30-1:30 in Guyot Hall Room 220 unless otherwise noted

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