Earth Sciences Seminars

2015 Spring ESCI Seminar Series
Thursday's 4:30 - 5:20 pm

243 Gaines Hall

1/22/15 Alida Bailleul

OSTEO-HISTOLOGY OF CRANIAL SUTURAL FUSION IN THE ARCHOSAURIA:  IMPLICATIONS FOR MATURITY ASSESSMENT IN NON-AVIAN DINOSAURS

1/29/15 Dr. Donald Rodbell  

Lakes and Environmental Change: Examples from the Tropical Andes and Northeastern U.S.

2/2/15* Dr. Mary Hubbard DH Candidate: Utah State University: From Field Work in Nepal to University Administration: promoting new heights!
2/12/15 Dr. Mark Abbott  DH Candidate: University of Pittsburgh: Lake Records of Human and Climate History
2/19/15  Dr. David Varricchio  

"Troodon formosus, America’s First Dinosaur, Grows Up”

2/26/15 Dr. Robert Lander  AAPG Distinguished Lecturer: Model the Rock! Using Diagenesis Simulation for Rock Property Prediction.
3/5/15 Dr. Debbie Becher  Barnard College: Private Property and Public Power: Eminent Domain in Philadelphia
3/12/15 SPRING BREAK SPRING BREAK NO SEMINAR
3/19/15    No Seminar
3/26/15 Linnea Sando PhDc  MSU Earth Sciences: Landscape and Identity in the American West's Sheep Country
4/2/15 Dr. Jim Steenburgh  University of Utah: Secrets of the Greatest Snow on Earth
4/9/15  Ben VanDerPlujm  University of Michigan:  Smart Clays: States, Dates and Orogeny
4/16/15 Jamin Greenbaum   University of Texas at Austin: Controls on marine ice sheet instability along the Sabrina Coast, East Antarctica
4/23/15 Dr. Ron Sletten  University of Washington (Seattle):

964 days with the Curiosity Rover on Mars: Mission highlights and evidence for past habitable conditions

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

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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