Montana State University

Department of Earth Sciences

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173480
Bozeman, MT 59717-3480

Tel: (406) 994-3331
Fax: (406) 994-6923
Location: 226 Traphagen Hall

Department Chair

Dr. David Mogk

earth@montana.edu

Earth Sciences Seminars

2014 SpringESCI Seminar Series
Thursday's 4:30 - 5:20 pm

243 Gaines Hall

1/9/14 Dr. Bjørn Kvamme University of Bergen, Norway: Storage of CO2 in Natural Gas Hydrates.
1/16/14 Dr. Rebecca Garvoile

College of Forestry and Conservation, University of Montana,Yellowstone National Park, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Social Science stationed at Yellowstone National Park: Hydropolitics and Eco-Governance: Tracing the Politics of Nature, Place and Identity in the Florida Everglades and Greater Yellowstone.

1/23/14 Dr. Jordy Hendrikx Department of Earth Sciences, Montana State University: A crowd sourced approach for understanding decision making in avalanche terrain
1/30/14 Zachary Adam PhDc

Montana State University, Micropaleontology and biostratigraphy of the Mesoproterozoic Belt Supergroup, Montana

2/3/14 Dr. Diana Liverman** Co-director of the Institute of the Environment at The University of Arizona and a Regents Professor in the School of Geography and Development, Climate and poverty: connections and contradictions
7 pm Museum of the Rockies
2/13/14 Dr. Craig Lee Research Assoc in Dept of Sociology and Anthropology at MSU and Research Scientist at INSTAAR (CU-Boulder), Ice Patch Archaeology in the Rocky Mountains:  A Silver Lining to 21st Century Climate Change
2/20/14 Kennda Lynch PhDc GEM Lab, Colorado School of Mines, Abodes of Life: Unravelling the Habitability of Paleolake Basins on Earht and Mars
2/27/14 Teresa Krause PhDc Montana State University, Paleofires: Using lake sediments to reconstruct the fire history of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
3/6/14 Dr. Martin Sharp University of Alberta: The Global Dynamics of Arctic Ice Caps
3/13/14 SPRING BREAK SPRING BREAK
3/20/14    
3/28/14* Charles F. Gritzner Colloquium Speaker: Geographic Perspectives on the (So-Called) Paranormal.
4/3/14 Manuel Jose Prieto PhD Candidate, Univ of Arizona, Privatizing water and articulating indigeneity: The Chilean water reforms and the Atacameño people (Likan Antai) 
4/10/14 Dr. David Naftz Research Hydrologist, USGS, Wyoming and Montana Water Science Center, Helena, MT,
Using thermocline manipulation to remediate a reservoir with elevated mercury: Physical and biogeochemical results
4/17/14 Dr Pascal Haegeli Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, Canada: Snow Science - Examining decision-making in avalanche terrain – research at the interface between natural and social science
4/24/14 Dr. Kenneth Simms Univ. of Wyoming, Sniffing for Clues to the Dinosaur’s Demise: Importance of rhenium and noble metal volcanic fluxes in global biogeochemical cycles.

**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

To request disability accommodation or inform us of special needs, please contact us at:

406-994-3331
earth@montana.edu