|September 25||Susan Brantley, Penn State, "The Pennsylvania Critical Zone Experiment: Understanding Water-rock Interactions on Shale"|
|October 2||Roberta Rudnick, University of Maryland, "Craton formation and destruction"|
|October 9||Don DePaolo, University of California, Berkeley, "Molecular and nanoscale controls on the isotopic and trace element composition of calcite"|
|October 16||Gerta Keller, Princeton University, "Volcanism and Impacts: A new perspective on the KT mass extinction"|
|October 23||Maureen Raymo, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, "Sea level during past warm events: mid Pliocene and MIS 11"|
|October 30||Break Week|
|November 6||Kenneth Farley, California Institute of Technology, "Extraordinarily ancient landscapes in the Brazilian jungle: evidence from new techniques in geochronology and surface exposure dating"|
|November 13||Daniel Sigman, Princeton University, "The history of nitrogen fixation in the Atlantic Ocean over the last glacial cycle"|
|November 20||Thomas Duffy, Princeton University, "High-Pressure Experiments Probing the Interior Conditions of Super-Earths and Giant Planets"|
|November 27||Kevin Lewis, Princeton University, "100 days on Mars: Initial Results from the Curiosity Rover Mission"
|December 4||AGU Week|
|December 11||Anny Cazenave (LEGOS), France, "Sea level rise: an update"|
*Unless noted, all seminars are held on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in Room 10 Guyot.