Weekly seminars, exploring the earth sciences and geophysics disciplines

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

Date Speaker Title
Spring Semester 2014
14 January    
21 January    
28 January

Emily Peckover

Christopher Herbert

Reconstructing Late Pleistocene-Holocene climate change in the Eastern Mediterranean from analyses of speleothems

Unit bars: from modern rivers to ancient fluvial deposits 

4 February    
11 February Luigi Lombardo Use of passive satellite data for landslide susceptibility assessment 
18 February    
25 February    
4 March    
11 March Tomas Saks, University of Latvia   Cancelled
18 March Richard Bretton (University of Bristol)

Does the risk governance of natural hazards require a new model in order to respond to a changing scrutiny environment?

25 March Paul Dennis

Carboniferous rainfall, deep basin brines and a trip to a copper mine 

26 March Prof. Alberto Casas (University of Barcelona) Hydrogeophysics: Concepts, challenges and applications (NOTE - Location :TPSC 1.2, 1pm)
1 April

John Brindle

 DIY Science - means to an end
15 April Richard Cooper Fluvial Sediment Tracing in the Wensum DTC
23 April Alex Witze & Jeff Kanipe Island on Fire - the extraordinary story of the 1783 eruption of Laki (NOTE - location is SCI 0.31)

Past seminars

Organiser: Anna Hicks