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Date Speaker Organisation Title
Summer 2018
16 Apr Elena Garcia-Martin UEA Marine bacterial respiration; a critical unknown in global carbon budgets
23 Apr -    
30 Apr Alison Webb University of Groningen The annual cycle of dimethylsulphide turnover and emission in the Antarctic coastal zone
14 May Lisa Whalley University of Leeds A tale of two cities: improving the understanding of secondary pollutant formation in London and Beijing through radical observations and model comparisons
21 May -    
4 June Daniel Ellis University of York From Facebook to the Atmosphere: using graph theory to explore chemical interactions and air pollution in the atmosphere
11 June -    


Date Speaker Organisation Title
Spring 2018
15 Jan Tomas Sherwen and Liselotte Tinel Uni of York Iodide to feed the machine: how new iodide data from the Indian Ocean helps constrain a new approach to atmospheric modelling
22 Jan - - -
29 Jan New PhD students UEA Who am I and what am I doing for my PhD?
5 Feb Matthew Humphreys UEA Monitoring marine carbon and related biogeochemical cycles
12 Feb - - -
19 Feb Isabel Seguro Requejo UEA Shelf-sea gross and net production estimates from triple oxygen isotopes and oxygen-argon ratios
26 Feb Claire Reeves UEA Speciated isoprene nitrate chemistry - first results from Beijing
5 Mar - - -
12 Mar John Plane Uni of Leeds Cosmic dust and the Earth's atmosphere


Date Speaker Organisation Title
Autumn 2017
25 Sept Elise Droste ENV Soluble iodine speciation in Indian Ocean aerosols and its impact on marine boundary layer chemistry
2 Oct - - -
9 Oct Carol Robinson ENV Integrated Marine Biosphere Research programme (IMBeR)
16 Oct David Fowler Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Human modification of the global nitrogen cycle
23 Oct Raul Aguirre-Gomez University of Mexico Harmful algal blooms detection using remote sensors and in-situ measurements
30 Oct Caroline Peacock University of Leeds Reactivity and cycling of trace-metals in marine sediments
6 Nov Dominic Papineau UCL Chemically-oscillating reactions during the oxidation of organic matter on the early Earth and Mars
13 Nov William Coulet Exo Environmental Ltd Adaptive management, surveillance monitoring of dredging in East Anglia
20 Nov Alexandra Turchyn University of Cambridge New thoughts on authigenic carbonate and its importance in the carbon cycle
27 Nov, LT4,  4 pm Jonathan Sharples University of Liverpool Do internal tides affect global plankton ecosystems?
4 Dec, JSC 3.02 New PhD students   Who am I and what am I doing for my PhD?
11 Dec Olalekan Popoola University of Cambridge Low-cost portable sensors: paradigm shift in the studies of air quality
18 Dec - - -