2008 Friday Seminar Series Schedule


2008 G&G Friday Seminar

Date/Time Location Title and Speaker
January 18, 2008
9:30 A.M.
Clark 507 " The New Gold Rush: Seafloor Hydrothermal Research and Marine Mining in the Western Pacific "
Maurice Tivey, WHOI
February 2008
9:30 A.M.
Clark 507 No Seminar

March 28, 2008  
9:30 A.M.

Clark 507 "Recycling of the deep lithosphere beneath the North China craton"
Roberta Rudnick, Univ. of Maryland
April 25, 2008
9:30 A.M.
Clark 507
"Ancient oceans and recent climate records on Mars"
Taylor Perron, Harvard/MIT
May 23, 2008
9:30 A.M.
Carriage House
"Five million years of reef growth and drowning around Hawaii"
Dave Claque, MBARI
June 20, 2008
9:30 A.M.
Clark 507 "Length and Time Scales of Trapping Processes in Saline Aquifer Storage of CO2"
Marc Hesse, Brown University
July 18, 2008
9:30 A.M.
Clark 507 "The application of U-series nuclides as paleoceanographic proxies to deep-sea sediments of the Indonesian Seas"
Joanne Muller, WHOI
August 1, 2008
9:30 A.M.
Clark 507 "Controls on the degree of fluvial incision of continental shelves"
Sergio Fagherazzi, Boston University
August 29, 2008
9:30 A.M.

Clark 507 "Recycling ancient oceanic crust in mantle plumes: a rutile perspective"
Glenn Gaetani, WHOI
September 12, 2008
Clark 507
"Nanoscale Insights into the Mechanisms Responsible for the Strange Kinetic and Solubility Behavior of Aragonite in Seawater"
John Morse, TAMU
September 26, 2008
Carriage House
"Variability of ocean circulation at very low frequencies"
Olivier Marchal, WHOI

October 10, 2008
 Clark 507
"An anisotropic view of subduction zones "
Peter van Keken, University of Michigan
October 24, 2008
Clark South 271  "Bayhead Deltas Do the Backstep"
Antonio Rodriquez, UNC