Fall 2019 Schedule

 All seminars will be held on Thursdays from 12:15-1:30 in Gaines 243 unless otherwise stated

*Indicates Provisional Title

 August 29

Sylvia Nicovich

Montana State University

Late Pleistocene record of surface-modifying processes on abandoned lobes of the pioneer debris-flow alluvial fan

 

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 September 5

Nathan Sayre

UC Berkeley

 

Collaborative Rangeland Conservation in the US: What can the past tell us now?

12:15-1:30

*Lewis 304

September 12 

Cary Woodruff

Great Plains Dinosaur Museum 

Psychedelic Dinosaurs: "Bizarre Structures" for UV Visual Displays?   

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

September 19 

John Wolff

Washington State

Compositional Zoning of Ignimbrites   

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

September 26 

Payton Gardner

University of Montana

Using Helium Isotopes in Stream Water to Monitor a Supervolcano at the Catchment Scale and Beyond 

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 
October 3 

 Lucas Beem

Montana State University

Geological Controls of Subglacial Hydrology: Relevance to Sea Level Rise and Habitability 

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 
 October 17

Christopher Schiller

Montana State University

 

Vegetation Impacts of Volcanic Eruptions: Recent to Tertiary Perspectives

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 
October 24

Erin White

Yellowstone National Park

Hydrologic Investigations in the Worlds Most Iconic Water Park: Yellowstone  

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

October 31 

Jess Stanley

University of Idaho

Linking Erosion History and Mantle Processes in Southern Africa 

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 
 November 7

Scott Lamoureux

Queens 

What You See and What You Dont: Transformation of the High Arctic Permafrost Environment

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

  
November 14 

Chris Bone

Victoria University 

 Seeing The Forest For The Trees: Interdisciplinary Perspectives for Understanding Large-Scale Forest Disturbances

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 
 November 21

 

Sarah Church

Montana State University

Common Ground Common Water: Film As A Tool for Shared Understanding of Water Resource Protection

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 
 November 28 Thanksgiving - No Seminar    
 December 5

Katie McDonald

Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology

 Precambrian and Cambrian Sedimentary Rocks in the Pioneer Mountains, Southwestern MT

12:15-1:30

Gaines 243 

 

 

 

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