The Department maintains an outstanding seminar program with invited speakers of international stature, which enables our graduate students to interact with leaders and innovators in their fields. DGSE seminars are open to the local and University geoscience community eager to learn about the latest topics in geological science and engineering research.
Spring 2022 seminar schedule
All seminars are on Monday at 4 p.m. and will be conducted either in-person in LME 425 or virtually over Zoom in Spring 2022. In-person talks will also be broadcast over Zoom, and live attendance will be limited to allow for proper social distancing. Flyers with titles and abstracts are typically distributed about one week before the talk. Please email the Department to be added to the announcement distribution list. If you do not wish to be on the distribution list but want to receive the Zoom link for a talk, you may also email Mike Darin to receive the link.
|Date||Seminar title||Presenter||Talk Format|
|2/7/2022||The real Antler orogeny and tectonic implications for western Laurentia||Pat Cashman, University of Nevada, Reno||In-person and virtual|
|2/14/2022||Fluvial sediment routing and the carbon cycle: linking geomorphic and biogeochemical processes||Marisa Repasch, Lawrence Livermore NL||In-person and virtual|
|2/28/2022||Stratigraphic record of Late Cenozoic Basin Development along the Pacific-North American Plate Boundary in the Gulf of California and Salton Trough||Becky Dorsey, University of Oregon||Virtual|
|3/28/2022||Tectonic escape of the Olympic Mountains, WA||Colin Amos, Western Washington||In-person and virtual|
|4/11/2022||Microtectonics of natural and experimental rocks||Zach Michels, University of Arizona||In-person and virtual|
|4/18/2022||Diverse eruption style from recent mafic eruptions in Alaska||Matthew Loewen, USGS Alaska Volcano Observatory||In-person and virtual|
|4/25/2022||Residual stresses preserved by minerals: windows into subduction zone processes||Miguel Cisneros, Lawrence Livermore NL||In-person and virtual|
|5/2/2022||Constraining mantle exhumation and alteration using (U-Th)/He Thermochronology||Emily Cooperdock, University of Southern California||In-person and virtual|