Winter 2022 Weekly Seminar Schedule

Titles will be updated as they are announced.  To be sent announcements, please email Marla.

Talks are on Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:20 pm in 110 Willamette Hall or livecast on Zoom. 

January 5: Dan Gavin, University of Oregon Geography department
Title: The Quaternary record of tipping points in forest ecosystems

January 12: Diego Melgar, University of Oregon
Title: Was the January 26th, 1700 Cascadia Earthquake Part of a Rupture Sequence?

January 19: Rehearsals for Life, University of Oregon
Title: Expanding Bystander Intervention Skills
ZOOM ONLY - no in-person session

January 26: Penny Wieser, Oregon State University
Title: Volcanic air pollution and strangely evolved magmas: Interdisciplinary insights into the 2018 Kīlauea Eruption

February 2:  Mid-Winter Break - NO SEMINAR

February 9: Meredith Townsend, University of Oregon
Title: Journey from the Center of the Earth: What it Takes to Make a Volcano

February 16: Hannah Dietterich, Alaska Volcano Observatory
Title: Lava flow forecasting and dynamics during the 2018 eruption of Kīlauea, Hawaiʻi
ZOOM ONLY - no in-person session

February 23: Jorge Castillo, Google
Title: New-Generation Tools for Monitoring the Seismic Behavior of Mid-Ocean Environments

March 2: James Dottin, University of Maryland
Title: Isotopic constraints on the lunar sulfur cycle
ZOOM only - no in-person session UPDATED TIME 12:00 - 1:15

March 9: geoSTORIES presentation
ZOOM only - no in-person session