Spring 2020

*January 16 - 11 a.m.
John Wilkin, Rutgers University
"Using satellites, radars, robots, trawlers, turtles, computers and calculus to forecast the oceanography of northeast U.S. coastal and shelf waters"

January 23
Shannon Valley, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Since the Last Glaciation"
*Wednesday, January 29
Lujendra Ojha, Rutgers University
"An Early Hot Mars as a Solution to the Faint Young Sun Paradox"
February 6
Jason E. Smerdon, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
"Models, Matrices, and Megadroughts:  A paleoclimatic perspective for a hotter planet"
February 13
Carolina Muñoz Saez, CUNY
"The onset of hydrothermal activity and its implications for the post-glacial history of the Central Andes"
February 20
Troy Rasbury, Stony Brook University
"Boron Isotopes in Brachiopods: A Look at Controls and Secular Variation Through the Phanerozoic"
February 27
Wentao Cao, SUNY Fredonia
"Partial melting in deep mountain roots: insights from exhumed eclogites"
March 5
Sophie Hines, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
"Abrupt Climate Change: Insight into glacial ocean dynamics through simple physical models and deep-sea coral measurements"