Fall Seminars 2009
Thursday, October 8: BERNARD EVANS - University of Washington
"Why on Earth Study Serpentinites?"
Thursday, October 15: JEREMY DELANEY - Rutgers University
"Accretionary Stratigraphy, Oxygen Isotopes and Vesta"
Thursday, October 22: GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA MEETING - NO SEMINAR
Thursday, October 29: JOEL CRACRAFT - AMNH
"The Amazon Basin is Young: A New Paleogeography Derived from Biological and Geological Data"
Thursday, November 5: KEIKO HATTORI - University of Ottawa
"The Recycling of Elements in Subduction Zones and the Role of Forearc Serpentinites"
Thursday, November 12: RICHARD PEARSON - AMNH
"Are Conservationists Crying Wolf Over Climate Change?"
**Wednesday, November 18: DAVE WALKER - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
"Exploring a Leaky Core"
Thursday, November 26: THANKSGIVING - NO SEMINAR
Thursday, December 3: ALISON SHAW - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
"Magmatic Processes at Mid-Ocean Ridges: Deep Pooling of Low Degree Melts at the Ultra-slow Spreading Gakkel Ridge"
Thursday, December 10: PETER DeMENOCAL - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
"Climate Change and Human Evolution"