Spring 2019

Seminars are held on Thursdays from 12:20-1:30pm in 043 Gaines Hall with refreshments served at 12:05, unless otherwise stated. 

*Indicates Provisional Title

 January 10 No Seminar     
January 17

Buzz Nanavati

Montana State University

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Disentangling human and natural drivers of fire activity
January 24

 Felix Fernando

University of Dayton

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

An Integrated Energy-Food-Water Research Agenda

January 28

Sarah Church

Purdue University

12:15-1:30pm

SUB 233

Common Ground Common Water: Bridging the urban rural divide

January 31

 Daniel Milz

University of Minnesota

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

The Geographic Wisdom of Watershed-based Planning
February 7

Jeff Deems

University of Colorado, National Snow and Ice Data Center

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Laser mapping of mountain snowpacks: enabling resilient management of water resources and avalanche hazard in a changing world
February 14

Erich Peitzsch

Montana State University

United States Geological Survey

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Drones and Chainsaws: Studying Avalanches and Snowpack in Glacier National Park, Montana
February 21

Rob Briwa

Montana State University

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

A Historical Geography of Heritage at Bannack State Park
February 28

John Reager

NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Investigating the Terrestrial Water Cycle with Satellite Data
March 7

Nick Bergmann

Montana State University

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Making Landscapes Mythic: The Curious Case of Montana's Yellowstone River
March 11

Katie Bills Walsh

Montana State University

1:10-1:55pm

Leon Johnson 346 (Annex)

Human dimensions of coalbed methane reclamation in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming
March 14

Erika Rader

University of Idaho

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Volcanic Splatter Across the Solar System: How Idaho + Lava Bombs = Water on Mars
March 21 Spring Break - No Seminar    
March 28

*Seminar Cancelled 

Tom Kalakay

Rocky Mountain College

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Massive mylonite shear zone in SW Montana
April 4

Alan Chapman

Macalester

 

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Tectonics 
April 11

Doug Emlen 

University of Montana

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Evolution of Weapons 
April 18

Andrea Brunelle

University of Utah

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Ecology
April 25

Jesse Mosolf

Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology

12:20-1:30pm

Gaines Hall 043

Age Dating/Mapping

 

 

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