Distinguished members of Earth and Space Sciences community give presentations on their latest research. The ESS colloquia provide an arena for the exchange of ideas and a chance to discuss recent scientific advancements.
The Colloquia are preceded by "Cookies n' Coffee" in the Commons Room (Geology 3680) from 3:30pm - 4:00pm.
Purpose: The purpose of the Colloquium Series is to present hot topics of broad scientific interest in an exciting and accessible way. It is distinct from the specialized talks in sub-fields of the Department held on every day of the week.
|April 5, 2012||
||The Earliest Aqueous, Habitable(?) Environments on Mars: A View from Orbit|
|April 12, 2012||
Thure Edward Cerling
||Environments of Human Evolution in Africa: the Isotope Evidence|
|April 19, 2012||
||Recent Insights into Planet Formation and Debris Disks|
|April 26, 2012||
||Precise Assemblies, Clusters, Superatoms, and Cluster-Assembled Materials|
|May 3, 2012||
||Mars Science Laboratory: The Search for Habitable Environments|
|May 10, 2012||
||Ancient Stone Sculptures: A Nexus between Archaeometry and the Geosciences|
|May 17, 2012||
||Life before, during, and after the first Snowball Earth glaciation|
|May 24, 2012||
||Experimental Insights into Melt Generation at Convergent Plate Margins|
|May 31, 2012||
||Calcium Isotope Biomarkers in Biomedicine (and Human Space Exploration)|
|June 7, 2012||
||Mars climate change and the 2013 MAVEN mission to Mars|