Earth Sciences Seminars

2015 Spring ESCI Seminar Series
Thursday's 4:30 - 5:20 pm | 243 Gaines Hall

Please note: bolded lectures are outside of the normal schedule seminar dates and time.

9/03/15 Earth Sciences Students

WELCOME BACK:  An Overview of ESCI Students' Summer Research Experiences

9/10/15 Karin Kirk  What Could Possibly Go Wrong?  Skiing into the Heart of an Andean Stratovolcano
9/17/15 Michael Jacobs Topic:  Remediation of Contamination from Oilfield Produced Waters, East Poplar Oil Field, Roosevelt County, Montana
9/24/15 Dr. David McWethy  Pyrogeography in Temperate Forests: Feedbacks and Interactions Driving Rapid Ecosystem Transitions
10/01/15  Mason Auger  Topic:  Human-Environment Geography in Yellowstone National Park
10/08/15 TBA  
10/15/15 Jon Atkinson Topic:  A River Between US:  Water and Community Restoration on the Klamath River
10/22/15 Dr. Joshua Bonde Paleontology and history of the new Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument
10/29/15  Dr. Catherine Dunlop  The History of Wind:  How the Mistral Shaped the French Past.
11/05/15 Mari Eggers and John Doyle Tribal Waters: A Resource for Health and a Source of Health Disparities
11/12/15 Dr. Eric Edwards 

What lies beneath? Aquifer heterogeneity and the economics of groundwater management

11/19/15 Thomas Michalek Topic: Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions in Gallatin County
11/26/15 NONE:  FALL BREAK  N/A
12/03/15 TBA  

Thank you for your participation in this semester's seminar series! Your attendance at the weekly seminars is very much appreciated by the students and faculty of ESCI

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