Seminars

Seminars for Fall 2017 are 11:30-12:30 in Geology 103, unless otherwise noted.

Date

Speaker

Location/Time

Title

    

9/11

Monty Hoffman

Physical Sciences 103; 4-5 pm

Multiphase Flow in Oil and Gas Reservoirs

9/20

Rachel Mitchell, SESES

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

Mosaic vs. Monochrome : Why variability matters for plant communities

9/26

Dave Malone

Sci Annex 212; 4-5 pm

Origin of the Massive Heart Mountain Slide, Wyoming

10/4

John Bradford, USGS

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

An ecohydrological perspective on climate change in drylands

10/11

Christopher Doughty, SICCS

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

Did large animal extinctions cut the planet's nutrient arteries and increase the emergence of zoonotic infectious disease?

10/18

Climate Science and Solutions Students

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

Climate Science and Solutions graduate students; who are they and what do they do?

10/25

Bethany Coulthard, University of Arizona

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

From large scale to local: how tree rings are helping prepare the west for disappearing snow

11/1

Seth Munson, USGS

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

Signatures of plant response to drought and elevated temperature across the southwestern U.S.

11/7

Grant Singleton

Biology 265;

4-5pm

Food security in SE Asia: How does basic research on population and behavior ecology of vertebrates contribute?

11/8

Al Handwerger, JPL

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

Landslide hazards

11/15

Mary Reid and Jim Sample

GLG 103;

11:30-12:30

Sabbatical Seminar