Weekly seminars, exploring the earth sciences and geophysics disciplines Weekly seminars, exploring the earth sciences and geophysics disciplines

Unless stated, these talks will take place every two weeks on a Tuesday at 1 pm in the Clayton room.

Date

Speaker

Title

Spring 2015

13 Jan

David Litchfield

Nick Garrard

Charlotte Monteil

An integrated volcanic risk analysis of Dominica, Lesser Antilles

The use of stable isotopes as a tool for identifying transport and fate of nitrogen compounds in an agricultural setting

Societal recovery and adaptation following volcanic eruptions

20 Jan tbc  
27 Jan tbc  
10 Feb Ernest Rutter  (University of Manchester) The Mam Tor Creeping Landslide, Derbyshire
24 Feb Juliet Crider (University of Washington)

Tracking fluids around brittle faults with carbonate clumped isotope paleothermometry

3 Mar tbc  
10 Mar Jess Johnson (UEA) Seismic anisotropy and it's potential as a stress monitoring tool at active volcanoes.
24 Mar and 7 Apr Easter Break  
14 Apr Rob Westaway (University of Glasgow) Recording of climate change using geothermics
5 May Brian Reid (UEA) Soil-biochar research from field to fork
12 May Ruth Kirk (UEA) Turning rock into gas: clumped isotopes at UEA
26 May Cancelled  
2 June James Stephenson, NASA Ames Research Center The Role of the Bowl in the Primordial Soup


Past seminars

Organiser: Katie Preece