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Spring 2019 Klepser Seminar Series

Thursday, 3:40 pm, Strong Hall Bldg. Lecture Hall B-01

Date Speaker, Affiliation (Host) Title
9 Jan FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES – NO SEMINAR
17 Jan Alex Bentley, University of Tennessee (Anthropology) Isotope applications in archeology: Current research and future collaborative potential
24 Jan Michał Kowalewski, Florida Museum of Natural History (Sumrall, Drumheller Horton) Paleontological Society Distinguished Lecturer Evolutionary history of prey: 600 million years of predator-prey interactions in Earth’s oceans
31 Jan MC-ICP-MS position candidate (Fedo) TBD
7 Feb MC-ICP-MS position candidate (Fedo) TBD
14 Feb MC-ICP-MS position candidate (Fedo) TBD
21 Feb MC-ICP-MS position candidate (Fedo) TBD
28 Feb Deborah Green, Geologist Writer
(Steen) Jahns Distinguished Lecturer
How to build a geology career you love
7 Mar Cynthia Ebinger, Tulane University
(McCanta) GeoPRISM Distinguished Lecturer
Earthquakes within continental plates: How, where, and why it matters 
14 Mar Holly Michael, University of Delaware (McKay) Climate, population, and the squeeze on coastal groundwater
21 Mar SPRING BREAK & LPSC WEEK – NO SEMINAR
28 Mar Karen Lloyd, University of Tennessee (Microbiology) Linking deep subsurface biosphere to geochemical and geological transformations across the Costa Rica convergent margin
4 Apr Janice Bishop, SETI Institute (Moersch) Clues about the Early Martian climate from the phyllosilicate record: How warm is warm?
11 Apr David Johnston, Harvard University (Szynkiewicz) Reconstructing the Phanerozoic atmosphere via oxygen isotopes in marine sulfate
18 Apr Melissa Rice, Western Washington University (Thomson/Szynkiewicz) Mapping mineralogical trends on Mars using rover-based multispectral imaging
26 Apr AWARDS DAY

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