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.
|Bridgit Boulahanis, LDEO, Columbia University||The evolution of the hydration state of the Juan de Fuca plate from Ridge to Trench offshore Washington state||April 6|
|Paul Rady, Antero Midstream||How to recognize a shale-gas play, and the role of commodity markets in the energy industry||April 13|
|Sophia Tsang, University of Auckland||Modelling the Hazard Footprint and Consequences of Lava Flows in an Urban Environment||April 20|
|Christine Regalla, Northern Arizona University||General topic: PNW Crustal Faults||April 27|
|Graduate Student Success Meeting||Student-led activity for geology graduate students||May 4|
|Robert Holder, University of Michigan||General topic: Geochronology, Petrology||May 18|
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.
|WWU Geology URGE Pod||Unlearning Racism in the Geosciences (URGE) Update, Part 2||April 9|
Isotopic Evidence of Natural Gas in Equilibrium and Implications for Its Formation
Remarkable Parallels Between Two Extraordinary Eruptions: Lo`ihi, 1996, and Kilauea, 2018
Transformative: Why Studying Oceanic Transform Faults Warrants Lots of Time at Sea
|Kristina Walowski||TBD||May 21|
|Eric Grossman||TBD||May 28|
|WWU Geology URGE Pod||Unlearning Racism in the Geosciences (URGE) Update, Part 3||June 4|