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.
Spring 2021 Seminar Schedule
Spring 2021 seminars will be run virtually on Zoom. Register here in advance to participate the meeting.
Zoom Meeting ID: 971 4196 2802 and Passcode 681316
Same for each seminar
Four ways to join the seminar on Zoom, all with minimal delay:
(1) If you have registered in advance, use your personalized link sent from Zoom. Search “SP2021 Dept Seminar” from your inbox to find the link.
(2) Register on the spot with this link https://uofh.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMsc-ihqDkiGtafH3UcvIZMxDUkB5otysQI. A personalized link will be provided on the screen and sent to your email for you to join the meeting.
(3) If you have a Zoom app installed on your device, type in the above Meeting ID and Passcode to join;
(4) Copy and paste https://zoom.us/join on your internet browser, fill in the Meeting ID from above to join.
Note: Option 3 and 4 will ask you to register first if you haven’t done so in advance. Registration is approved on the spot -- just type in your name and email address and you will be provided with a personalized link to join the meeting within seconds. You need to register only once and use the same personalized link (i.e. Option 1) for all scheduled EAS Dept Seminars throughout spring 2021 semester.
|29-Jan||Dr. Jose Jimenez||University of Colorado||
The modes of transmission of SARS-CoV-2: What we know now & how to protect ourselves
|05-Feb||Dr. Kenneth Peters||Stanford University, Schlumberger||
Evolution of Molecular Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration and Development Since Treibs (1936)
|12-Feb||Dr. Lindsay Prothro||Texas A&M Corpus Christi||
Patterns, processes, and drivers of Antarctic ice-sheet retreat: What can we learn from the geologic record?
|19-Feb||Dr. Julie Fosdick||University of Connecticut||
Resolving the detrital thermal signatures of sediment recycling in the Sierras Pampeanas, Argentina.
Cancelled due to winter storm and rescheduled to Fall 2021
|Maggie Ellis Curry|
|26-Feb||Dr. Heather DeShon||Southern Methodist University||
Insights and questions posed by disposal-induced earthquake in the Fort Worth Basin, Texas
|05-Mar||Dr. Timothy Logan||Texas A&M University||
The Past, Present, and Future of Houston Lightning Mapping Array Observations over Southeast Texas.
|12-Mar||Dr. Chris Jackson||Imperial College||
Hot rocks beneath our feet; 3D seismic reflection imaging of the processes and products of crustal magmatism
Dr. Ross Mitchell*
(10 am start)
|Institute of Geology & Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences||
Supercontinent cycles and Earth's geodynamic history
|02-Apr||Dr. Sarah George||University of Arizona||Missing records of orogenesis: Onset of mountain building and unconformity development in the southern Patagonian Andes||Tyson Smith|
|09-Apr||Dr. Eric Riggs||Texas A&M University||
Student Experience in the Field: Understanding how fieldwork influences students’ sense of identity and persistence in geology
|16-Apr||Dr. Karin van der Wiel||The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute||
Attribution of extreme rainfall and flooding from Hurricane Harvey
|23-Apr||Dr. Celina Suarez||University of Arkansas||Record of Climatic Change at the End Triassic Extinction in Western Pangea||Emily Beverly|
* start time 10AM