Fall 2018

Seminars are held on Thursdays from 12:15-1:30pm in 243 Gaines Hall  with refreshments served at 12:05, unless otherwise stated. 

Note: No seminar will be held November 22nd, in observation of Thanksgiving.

*Indicates Provisional Title

September 6th

Dr. Eric Sproles

Montana State University

Geography/GIS

243 Gaines Hall 

12:15pm-1:30pm 

Testing hypotheses, constraining models, and identifying potential hydro-political conflict using measurements of the Earth’s gravitational field.”  

 

 September 13th

Dr. Madison Myers

Montana State University

Geology

243 Gaines Hall 

12:15pm-1:30pm 

Large explosive eruptions: How long does it take for magma to reach the surface? 
 September 20th

Dr. David Lageson

Montana State University

Geology

243 Gaines Hall

12:15-1:30pm 

Measuring Everest: History, 2019 Nepali Initiative, and Why it Matters
 September 27th

Dr. Mark Skidmore

Montana State University

Glaciology

243 Gaines Hall

12:15pm-1:30pm 

Subglacial Lake Exploration: A New Frontier in the Cryosphere

 October 4th

 

 Richard Gibson

Tobacco Root Geological Society

Geology

 

243 Gaines Hall

12:15pm-1:30pm 

Butte: Much More Than Copper 

 October 11th

Dr. Ken Sims

University of Wyoming

Isotope Geology 

243 Gaines Hall

12:15pm-1:30pm

 
Mt Erebus, Antarctica: A Unique  Natural Laboratory to Study the Genesis and Evolution of Alkaline Magma 
 October 18th

Arica Crootof , M.S.

University of Montana Western

Environmental Sciences

243 Gaines Hall

12:15pm-1:30pm 

 
Nepal's Hydropower Boom: Creating More Just Renewable Energy Transitions
 October 25th

 Dr. Libby Khumalo

The Center for Large Landscape Conservation

Forestry/Environmental Management

243 Gaines Hall

12:15pm-1:30pm 

 

Connecting People to Conserve Large Landscapes: Power and Promise in Community-Based Conservation

 
 November 1st

Dr. Terry Young

California State Polytechinic University

Geography

243 Gaines Hall

12:15pm-1:30pm 

 
 "Roughing it Smoothly": The Appeal and Aftereffects of American Autocamping
 November 8th

 Dr. Douglas McCarty

Chevron ETC

Geology

243 Gaines Hall

12:15-1:30pm 

Clay Minerals, Organic Matter, and NM-Sclae Pore Systems in Tight Rock Oil and Gas Resevoirs 
 November 15th

 Dr. Jeff Hungerford

Yellowstone Resources Center

Geology

243 Gaines Hall

12:15-1:30pm

Monitoring the Yellowstone Volcano
 November 29th

 Kristal Jones

Center for Large Landscape Conservation

243 Gaines Hall

12:15pm-1:30pm 

Integration and interdisciplinarity in socio-environmental research: Examples from SESYNC.
 December 6th

Dr. Jean Dixon

Montana State University

 Geomorphology 

2nd Floor Foyer

Gaines Hall

4:00-7:00pm

ERTH 307: Principles of Geomorphology Poster Session 

To request disability accommodation or inform us of special needs, please contact Austyn at: austyn.holliday@montana.edu or 406-994-3331