This Week

Geochemistry Forum
341 Deike Building @ 3:30 PM
Benjamin Davis Barnes, Grad Student, Geosciences, Earth & Mineral Sciences
"A Box Model Exploration of Rare Earth Element Geochemistry in Modern and Ancient Oceans"

 

Monday, December 03

No Seminars Scheduled

 

Tuesday, December 04

Geosciences Colloquium Series Speaker
Pre-talk Coffee & Cookies Speaker Reception at the EMS Museum, Ground Floor, Deike @ 3:45 PM
Lecture 4:00 PM @ 022 Deike Building @ 4:00 PM
Klaus Keller, Professor, Department of Geosciences, Penn State
"From Earth System Science to Decision-Making (and Back): Adventures in Convergent Science"

CHuck Institutes of the Life Sciences
Berg Auditorium, 100 Life Sciences Building @ 4:00 PM
Dr. Andrew Hendry, Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics
"Eco-evolutionary dynamics in Galapago"

 

Wednesday, December 05

ESSC Brown Bag: Climate Dynamics Seminar
529 Walker Building @ 11:15 AM
Dr. Ayako Yamamoto, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
"On the emergence of Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation: A key role of the mixed layer variability driven by the multidecadal North Atlantic Oscillation"

Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy Initiative (EEEP)
157 Hosler @ 12:00 – 1:15 PM
Burc Kayahan, Associate Professor, Economics, Acadia University
"Local-Scale Contributions in Dynamic Top-Down Conservation Planning"

Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science Colloquium
112 Walker Building @ 3:30 PM
Patrick Martineau, Research Center for Advanced Science & Technology, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
"Role of coupled atmosphere-ocean variability over the Atlantic basin in modulating North-American and European weather extremes on multidecadal timescales"

 

Thursday, December 06

Department of Materials Science and Engineering MATSE 590 Arkema Speaker Series
101 Thomas Building @ 3:05 PM
Elizabeth Dickey, Associate Department Head & Professor, Materials Science & Engineering, North Carolina State Universityn
"Implications of point defect migration during electric-field processing of oxides"

 

Friday, December 07

No Seminars Scheduled

 

 

 

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