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Seminar Schedule Fall 2022

The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Houston offers its seminars on most Friday mornings during the fall and spring semesters. For more information regarding seminars please visit the seminars resource page.

Time: Seminars are held on most Fridays 11-12 PM.

Registration is required to participate in the meeting.

Fall 2022 Seminar Schedule

Time: Seminars are held on most Fridays 11-12 PM.

In Fall 2022 we will support both in-person and virtual seminars. Check the format of individual seminars on the schedule below.
Prior to seminars, coffee and tea will be provided from 10:30-11 AM Room 223, SR1. Please come and join us!
In-person seminars will be held in Room 634, SR1 unless otherwise noted below.
To participate in virtual seminars, use Zoom Meeting ID: 934 3278 9129 and Passcode 654338. The same code will work for all virtual seminars.

 

Date Speaker Affiliation Presentation
Format
Host
9/2/2022 Dr. Candice C. Bedford NASA Johnson Space Center/Lunar and Planetary Institute

Rescheduled to Oct 28

Searching for evidence of volcano-ice interactions on Mars using in-situ rover data.

In Person Ruby Patterson
9/9/2022 Dr. Jani Radebaugh Brigham Young University

Wind-Dominated Landscapes of Earth, Mars and Titan

In Person Minako Righter
9/16/2022 University of Houston 3-min Thesis Talk Competition for Graduate Students In Person Shuhab Khan
9/23/2022 Dr. Robert Bullard Texas Southern University

The Quest for Environmental and Climate Justice

Additional Information - https://uh.edu/nsm/news-events/climate-justice/

In Person (at University of Houston Alumni Center) Jonny Wu
9/30/2022 Dr. Alireza Bahadori Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University The lithospheric geodynamic evolution of southwestern North America since the Late Eocene Virtual Christopher Calvelage
10/7/2022 Dr. Nikki Seymour Stanford University Copper in the Atacama Desert: Linking Iron Oxide-Copper-Gold mineralization to magmatism and deformation along the Atacama Fault System, northern Chile TBD Daniella Easley
10/14/2022 Dr. Sylvia Dee Rice University El Nino-Southern Oscillation impacts on North American Hydroclimate over the Last Millennium In Person Emily Beverly
10/21/2022 Dr. Pete D. Akers Trinity College Dublin Sunlight, Snow, and Nitrate: Ingredients for a new method of measuring Antarctic surface mass balance Virtual Ny Riavo Voarintsoa
10/28/2022 Dr. Candice C. Bedford NASA Johnson Space Center/Lunar and Planetary Institute Searching for evidence of volcano-ice interactions on Mars using in-situ rover data. In Person Ruby Patterson
11/4/2022
11/11/2022 Dr. Sriharsha Thoram University of Houston Magnetic anomalies and implications for reconstructions of the Walvis Ridge-Rio Grande Rise In Person William Sager
11/18/2022
12/2/2022 Dr. Sarah Brooks Texas A&M In Person James Flynn