Earth Sciences Seminars

2015 Fall 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 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 Human-Environment Geography in Yellowstone National Park
10/08/15 TBA Dead Lizards Society - Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
10/15/15 Jason Atkinson 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 The Crow Water Quality Collaboration Assesses Risk from Uranium, Manganese & other Contaminants in Wells on the Crow Reservation in South-central Montana
11/12/15 Dr. Eric Edwards 

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

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

Deb Hanneman, Crystal Nielsen, David Wade, Paul Germano, Matthew Haynes

Tertiary rocks and vertebrates of Southwestern Montana

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 Earth Sciences.

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