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Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar (EGGS) Lecture Series

Spring 2018

 

February 8

Zicheng Yu, "Peatlands in the Global Carbon Cycle: Past and Future", Lehigh University   abstract

February 15

Roseanne Ford, "Transport Phenomena of Chemotactic Microbes in Geological Media", University of Virginia  abstract

February 22

Ian Bourg, "Fundamental controls on the hydrology and mechanics of fine-grained soils and sedimentary rocks", Princeton University  abstract

March 1

Jonathan Nichols, "Big Peat and the Kiwis: How northern hemisphere peatlands may have obscured the upwelling of deep Southern Ocean carbon in the Holocene", Lamont-Doherty, Columbia  abstract

March 8

Kat Dawson, "Integrating geochemical and molecular biological tools to explore microbial metabolism", Rutgers University  abstract

March 15

Jim Russell, "Climate change and tropical mountain glaciers: a view from the geological past", Brown University  abstract

March 29

Yongsong Huang, "Novel analytical methods unlock hidden treasure troves of lacustrine and oceanic alkenones and greatly expand paleoclimate applications",  Brown University  abstract

April 5th

Samantha Bova, "Role of the equatorial Pacific in glacial-interglacial CO2 change: tracing the pathway of the glacial carbon pool from the Southern Ocean to the eastern equatorial Pacific during the last deglaciation", Rutgers University   abstract

April 12th

Colleen Hansel, "Dynamics and consequences of extracellular superoxide in marine systems", WHOI  abstract

April 19

Elise Wilkes, "Chemostat investigations of algal carbon isotope fractionation", Harvard   abstract

April 26

Kate Maher, "Hydrologic regulation of the geologic carbon cycle" Stanford University  abstract

May 3rd

Jack Middelburg, "On the use of stable isotopes as deliberate tracers to elucidate ecosystem functioning", University of Utrecht   abstract