Geology Department Invited Speaker Seminars
The Geology Department Seminars feature research presentations by guest speakers who specialize in different fields of Geology.
Please join us on Tuesdays at 4pm, via Zoom.
|Jabari Jones, University of New Mexico||Investigating the causes of increased streamflow in the Cannon River, MN||Jan 19|
|Patrick Fulton, Cornell University||Subduction zone fluid and heat flow properties, Title TBA||Jan 26|
|Kate Allstadt, USGS||Landslides and Liquefaction Triggered by Recent US Earthquakes: Reports from the Field||Feb 2|
|Peter Haeussler, USGS||Glacial History, retreat, and hazard of southcentral Alaska||Feb 9|
|TBD||Open Seminar Slot||Feb 16|
|Julia Cisneros, University of Illinois||Sedimentology/fluvial geomorphology, Title TBA||Feb 23|
|Lee Liberty, Boise State University||Seismic characterization of soil, fluid, gas, and rock in the near surface||Mar 2|
Geology Lunch Talks (GLT)
The Geology Department is excited to introduce Geology Lunch Talks this year!
On Fridays at noon, join us via Zoom for research and informational presentations delivered by Geology students (undergraduate and graduate), staff and faculty.
Enjoy your lunch while listening to all the fascinating endeavors the Geology Department is involved with!
After the talks, there will be time for questions.
|Ricardo Escobar (M.S., 2016)||Navigating a federal career in public lands||Jan 15|
|Cristina García Lasanta||A paleomagnetism lab far from dry land: magnetic remanence in sediments
from the Chilean Margin (Expedition 379T-JR100)
|Stephen Novak (Senior Thesis)||Quantifying Sediment Contribution from Bluff Retreat along the Suiattle
|Emily Roland||Transformative: Why studying Oceanic Transform Faults warrants lots of
time at sea.
|Colin Amos & Liz Schermer||Active faulting and earthquakes in the North Olympic Fault Zone||Feb 19|
|Sean Mulcahy||The role of lower-crustal transform faults in the tectonic evolution of the
|Robyn Dahl||TBD||Mar 5|