2010 Geodynamics Seminar
CRUST: Planetary, Continental and Oceanic


Tuesdays, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Carriage House, Quissett Campus

The crust of the earth is the most dynamic and complex geologic system on the earth.  Although the crust of a planet is at the surface, it is often our only way to remotely study the geochemistry of planetary interiors, and has helped ground truth geophysical measurements of the earth’s interior.  The Earth’s crust is unique in many ways among other planetary bodies, differences which will be highlighted in this year's program.


Henry Dick, WHOI
Mark Behn, WHOI
Oliver Jagoutz, MIT
Andrew Daly, WHOI