EES Distinguished Speaker Series - Spring 2018
Meets at 12:30 PM, Room 204, Natural Science Building
"Experimental Contraints on the Composition of the Earth's Core"
|1/19/18||Mark Wojna||“Reflectionson a 32 Year Career as an Oil and Gas Geologist Exploring the Gulf Coast”|
|1/26/18||Suzan van der Lee||"Lithospheric Structure of the North-American Mid-continent Rift"|
|2/2/18||John Suppe||"The Second Half of Plate Tectonics: Finding the last ~200Ma of subducted lithosphere and incorporating it into plate reconstruction"|
|2/9/18||Michael Reidy||"Thinking Through Mountains: Verticality, Radical Orogeny, and the Rise of Modern Science"|
|2/16/18||Graduate Students||Graduate Student Symposium (this event only held at MSU Union)|
|2/23/18||Masaki Hayashi||Darcy Lecture Series in Groundwater Science:"Alpine Hydrogeology: The Critical Role of Groundwater in Sourcing the Headwaters of the World"|
|3/2/18||John Paul Brandenburg||"Fault rocks, hydrocarbon traps, and the role of both in environmental consulting."|
|4/6/18||Giday Woldegabriel||"Volcanism, tectonics, and human-origins discoveries and records in the Ethiopian Rift System."|
|4/27/18||Warren T. Wood||"Geospatial Machine Learning in the Geosciences"|
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.