EES Distinguished Speaker Series - Fall 2018
Meets at 12:30 PM, Room 204, Natural Science Building
"NMR Spectroscopy and Computational Molecular Modeling of Mineral-Fluid Interactions"
|9/7/18||Jenn Macalady||“Light-harvesting bacteria stabilized low-oxygen conditions in the Proterozoic”|
|9/14/18||Cin-Ty Lee||"The Making of a Continent"|
|9/21/18||Jason Price||"Predicting radioactive accessory mineral dissolution during chemical weathering: The radiation dose at the solubility threshold for epidote-group detrital grains from the Yangtze River delta, China"|
|9/28/18||Geoff Abers||"The subduction plate interface and mantle wedge from thrust zone to subarc"|
|10/5/18||Shijie Zhong||"The Cause of Slab Stagnation in Mantle Transition Zone and Its Effects on the Dynamics of the Mantle"|
|10/12/18||Lisa Whitenack||"400 Million Years of Shark Teeth: An Evolutionary Puzzle"|
|10/19/18||Bruce Kjarsgaard||"The Kimberlite-hosted Diamond Fields of Canada"|
|10/26/18||Wendy Panero||"The Earth as a Model for Rocky Exoplanets: Describing Earth 2.0"|
|11/2/18||Zhongwen Zhan||"A Dual-Mechanism Hypothesis for Deep Earthquakes"|
|11/9/18||David Boutt||Birdsall-Dreiss Lecture
"Groundwater as a Buffer to Climatic Change: Dynamic Subsurface Storage of Glaciated Landscapes"
|11/16/18||Joe Levy||"There Will Be Mud: Rapid Landscape Change in Antarctica"|
|11/30/18||Leanne Hancock||"Thallium and Molybdenum Isotopes as Archives of Miocene Seawater Paleoredox"|
EES' Dr. Bruno Basso explains a new concept for conserving the environment and the climate.
MSU researchers help reveal how ‘forests’ of microbes living in geological hotspots play an underestimated role in Earth’s carbon cycle.