Colloquium

Spring Semester, 2018

Fridays, 3:30 pm in Braunstein 300 (unless otherwise noted)

Refreshments after Colloquium in the Rug Room, Geology-Physics room 513

Coordinator: Dylan Ward, dylan.ward@uc.edu

 

Date

Colloquium Information

Jan. 12

No Colloquium

Jan. 19

Iain Stewart, Plymouth University.
"Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Communicating Contested Geoscience to the Public"
Host: Lewis Owen

Jan. 26

Rachel Bosch, PhD student, Department of Geology, UC
"Erosional Processes in Speleogenesis: 3D Imaging and Modeling"

Jacob Deighton, MS student, Department of Geology, UC
"Invisible Hazards: A Survey of Harmful Air Pollutant Emisson from Oil and Gas Wells in the Wayne National Forest"

Feb. 2

Adam Jones, MS student, Department of Geology, UC
"Tectonic Subsidence Analysis and Evolution of the Pennsylvanian to Early Permian Oquirrh Basin, Utah"

Jason Cesta, PhD student, Department of Geology, UC
"Marine Isotope Stage 3 Glaciation in the Arid Andes? Paleoclimate Constraints from the Chajnantor Plateau, Northern Chile"

Feb. 9

Abigail Kelly, PhD student, Department of Geology, UC
TBA

Elizabeth Orr, PhD student, Department of Geology, UC
"The Picture of Bhagirathi Catchment Denundation: A Tale of Medial Moraine Geochemical and Sedimentological Investigation"

Feb. 16

Richard Stephenson, MS student, Department of Geology, PhD student, Department of Philosophy, UC
TBA

Nathaniel Norris, MS student, Department of Geology, UC
TBA

Feb. 23

Claire McLeod, Miami University
"Earth's Moon: Magnatism, Mare, Meteorites, and More"
Host: Craig Dietsch
Feb. 28

TBA

Mar. 2

Henriette Linge, University of Bergen
TBA

Mar. 9

TBA

Mar. 16

No Colloquium - SPRING BREAK

Mar. 23

 

Paula Figueiredo, Post Doctoral Fellow, Department of Geology, UC
"Applications of TCN and OSL to Tectonic and Geomorphologic Studies"

Mar. 30

Attila Kilinc, University of Cincinnati
"Applications of the Diffusion Theory to Geochemical Problems

Apr. 6

No Colloquium - CAREER DAYS
Apr. 13 Missy Eppes, UNC Charlotte
"Cracking Up: New Perspectives on Mechanical Weathering Viewed Through the Lens of Fracture Mechanics
Host: Dylan Ward