EES Distinguished Speaker Series - Fall 2019
Meets at 12:30 PM, Room 204, Natural Science Building
"House building, subdivision development and farming in (and below) the active rift zones of Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes, island of Hawai’i: What could possibly go wrong?"
"Physics of injection-induced earthquakes unveiled by seismic wave analysis and numerical simulations."
|9/27/19||Nathan Sheldon||"What was it like for life on land one billion years ago?"|
|W. Scott Phillips||"Treaty Monitoring Using Seismology"|
|Lowell Miyagi||"A Mineralogist’s Perspective on Mantle Convection"|
"Coral Reefs in murky water settings: diverse and robust reef successions in turbid water settings on the southern fringe of the coral triangle"
|Susan Beck||"Contributions of Seismic Imaging to understanding the South American Subduction Zone"|
|11/8/19||Sarah Stamps||"Clues About the Break-up of the African Continent"|
|11/15/19||Frank Ramos||"Pushing the Limits of Ra/Th Dating: From Maximum Melt Ages to Single Crystal Ages "|
|11/22/19||Cody McDonald||"Working in the Oil & Gas Industry: What I Wanted to Know as a Student"|
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.