The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Houston offers its seminars on most Friday afternoons during the fall and spring semesters.
Time: Most seminars are held at 4:00 pm. A change of times will be noted under the date of the seminar.
Location: Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held in room 117 of the Science and Research Building 1. A change of rooms will be noted in red (bold) in the Date column.
|How can the past help us understand the future: An 80-year-history of the UH Dept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences||Zhou|
UH Dept. of Biology & Biochem.
|Reciprocal feedbacks between crabs and creek growth in coastal salt marshes||Lefer|
|Climate Change Research 2014||Choi|
|Isotope Perspectives on the Deep Carbon Cycle: Implications for Earth Formation and Isotope Biosignatures||Fu|
|Use of Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Deciphering the Tectonic History of SW Montana||Wang|
|Nanoscale geochemical reactions: important for oil production and environmental remediation||Zhou|
Sam Houston State University
|A dynamic Geomagnetic Field Revealed from Coring a Constellation of Paleomagnetic Stations in the Ocean Basins||Sager|
|New Departures in Isotopic Provenance Studies||Saylor|
Michigan State University
|The origin of the Jurassic Quiet Zone and the forefront of deep-sea geophysical research method||Sager|
|Growth and exhumation of the Andean thrust belt and foreland basin during flat-slab subduction in Argentina||Saylor|
|Seeking Martian Biosignatures: Tantalizing Evidence within Martian Meteorites||Fu|
|11/21/14||Allison Kennedy Thurmond
|Industry-Driven Advances in Predictive Earth System Modeling: Addressing The Paleotopography Challenge iin 4D||Khan|