Speakers Club Schedule

Speakers Club Schedule Winter 2017
Thursdays 2:00 PM, Webb Hall 1100

January 17

Why Does Some Subducted Continental Crust Escape Deformation and Transformation?

Josh Garber
Department of Earth Science, UCSB

Speakers Club Poster

January 26

The Mechanics of Waterfall Formation and Retreat

Joel Scheingross
Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellow, German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ), Potsdam, Germany

Speakers Club Poster

January 30

Constraining past Earth and Planetary Surface Temperatures Using Cosmogenic Noble Gases - MSI Auditorium (room 1302)

Marissa Tremblay
Ph.D. candidate, Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Berkeley

January 31

Understanding the mechanisms, magnitudes, and rates of Earth surface processes with noble gas geochemistry, Webb 1006c

Marissa Tremblay
Ph.D. candidate, Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Berkeley

February 2

Coupled Evolution of Landscapes and Detrital Records

Adam Forte
School of Earth and Space Exploration Arizona State University

Speakers Club Poster

February 6

Cenozoic uplift and climate in Asia: Insights from stable carbon and oxygen isotopes. Location: MSI 1302

Jeremy Caves
Institute of Geology, ETH Zürich 

Speakers Club Poster

February 9

Lessons in the Landscape: Earth surface processes reveal dynamics of deformation in the northwest Himalaya and northern Cascadia

Kristin Morell
School of Earth and Ocean Sciences University of Victoria, BC Canada

Speakers Club Poster

February 16

Climate and biogeochemistry in a high CO2 world

David Naafs
University of Bristol, UK

February 21

Organic Matter Sulfurization and the Carbon Cycle 

Morgan Raven
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences Washington University, St. Louis

Speakers Club Poster

February 23

What do carbon isotopes tell us about the CO2 rise
at the end of the Last Ice Age? 

Jean Lynch-Stieglitz 
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology 
 

March 2

Petrochronology in Zealandia: Investigating continental breakup using Lu-Hf in garnet and depth profiling in zircon

Sophie Briggs
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara
 

March 6

Phytoplankton’s ‘crash diet’ what lipidomics can tell us about microbial growth and energy flux in the ocean - MSI Auditorium (room 1302) at 12:00PM

Kevin Becker
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
 

March 9

Marine Organic Geochemistry on a Computer - MSI Auditorium (room 1302) at 12:00PM

Sanuel Arey
Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
 

March 9

Hyperpycnal currents with reversing buoyancy: examples from Quaternary deposits, flume experiments, and the ancient rock record 

Elizabeth Steel
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara
 

March 16

Regionalization and Composition of the US Crust by Probabilistic Seismic Fingerprinting

Dr. Tolulope Olugboji
Department of Geology, Univeristy of Maryland
 

March 23

Character and significance of volcanism in the lower Colorado River extensional corridor; insight into extensional tectonics

Mary-Kate Fidler
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara
 

April 6

The Future of Past Climates: LinkedEarth and 21st Century Paleoclimatology

Deborah Khider
University of Southern California

Speakers Club Poster

April 13

Antarctic climate variability over the past 1,000 years: is there a similarity with recent changes in Antarctica?

Quinghua Ding
Geography Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

April 20

Geochemistry of Lamprophyres, Dry Valleys, Antarctica

Nicoleta Brown
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

April 20

Testing the Consistency of Four Age Modeling Techniques using Iberian Margin Sediment Cores

Alan Jones
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

April 27

Observational evidence for a geodynamo driven by thermal energy in the outermost core and by precession deeper in the outer core

Mike Fuller
University of Hawaii

Speakers Club Poster

May 4

Redox variations in Mauna Kea lavas, the oxygen fugacity of the Hawaiian plume, and the role of volcanic gases in Earth’s oxygenation

Maryjo Brounce
University of California, Riverside

May 11

Testing for physical constraints on large Intermediate-depth earthquake fault geometry via finite-fault inversions

Adam Arce
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

May 18

Timing and Mechanisms of REE Mineralization at Central City, CO

Carina Edelmann
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

May 18

In situ observations of site response during and after nonlinear soil behavior has occurred

Kenneth Hudson
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

May 25

TBA

Zachary Nelson
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

May 25

TBA

Madeline Shaffer
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

Speakers Club Poster

June 1

TBA

Jason Womer
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

June 1

TBA

Jared Wilson
Earth Science Department, University of California, Santa Barbara