Fall Weekly Seminar Schedule
Talks are on Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:20 pm in 110 Willamette Hall.
Tea and cookies are served in Cascade 200 beginning at 3:30 p.m.
Sept 26: ERTH Department reception – no speaker
Oct 3: Wang Teng, UO Meierjurgen Fellow
Title: High-resolution 3D displacement from satellite radar imagery: Applications to earthquake, volcano and nuclear test
Oct 10: Peter Michael, University of Tulsa
Title: Sulfur degassing and sulfide saturation in submarine basalts of mid-ocean ridges and back arc basins
Oct 17: Nick Holschuh, University of Washington
Title: Beyond Ice Thickness: Inferring the Flow Dynamics and Physical Properties of Ice Sheets using Radar
Oct 24: Kendra Chritz, Smithsonian
Title: Stories in carbon: investigating the evolving relationships between people and ecosystems using geochemistry
Oct 31: Elena Ghezzo, Ca Foscari University of Venice
Title: The Italian mammal paleontological record: overview and case studies
Nov 7: Seth Moran, USGS CVO
Title: The 2018 eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawai’i – What Happened, and How Is It Relevant to Volcanism in the Pacific Northwest Volcanoes?
Nov 14: Maureen Walton, USGS
Title: Quaternary deformation and earthquake hazards along the Queen Charlotte Fault, southeastern Alaska: New insights from marine geophysical data
Nov 21: NO SEMINAR, THANKSGIVING WEEK
Nov 28: Xie Hu, UC Berkeley
Title: Natural and anthropogenic ground deformation captured by radar satellites: applications to landslides, aquifers and mining sites