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Seminar Schedule Spring 2023

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 2023 Seminar Schedule

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

In Spring 2023 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
1/20/2023 Will Sager University of Houston First Results from IODPExpeditions 391/397T: Drilling the Walvis Ridge Hotspot Trail (A Scientific Journey) In Person Ny Riavo Voarintsoa
1/27/2023 Isla Castañeda Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst Terrestrial molecules in ocean sediments: lipids of soil bacteria and land plants reveal past continental climate variability. In Person Jinny Sisson
2/3/2023 Jonny Wu University of Houston Reviving dead tectonic plates for insights on Earth’s surface bulges and wobbly spin In Person Jiajia Sun
2/10/2023 Andrew Flynn University of Houston Stable and Chaotic Eras: an Early Eocene Terrestrial Record from the San Juan Basin, New Mexico, USA In Person Emily Beverly
2/17/2023 Aibing Li University of Houston Imaging past plume-plate interactions in northeastern America In Person Yuxuan Wang
2/24/2023 John Suppe University of Houston New insights on the state of stress or strength of the upper crust down through the brittle-ductile transition In Person Jinny Sisson
3/3/2023 EVOLVE CCUS: Viking Carbon Combat Team University of Houston Reservoir characterization for CO2 storage: an amended case study of the Sleipner field In Person Larkin Spires
3/10/2023 Jessica Fitzsimmons Texas A&M University The fate and transport of iron from hydrothermal vents: A synthesis In Person Julia Wellner
3/24/2023 Emily Eidam Oregon State University Beyond the bluffs: Arctic coastal sediment dynamics in nearshore and shelf settings In Person Brandee Carlson
3/31/2023 Sarah Ivory Penn State University Muds and models: insights from scientific drilling for addressing future global environmental challenges In Person Emily Beverly
4/7/2023 Yuko Okumura UT Austin How long do El Nino and La Nina last and how well can we predict them? In Person Honghai Zhang
4/14/2023 Estelle Razanatsoa University of Cape Town, South Africa Isotope records from baobabs in Madagascar as rainfall proxy. Virtual Ny Riavo Voarintsoa
4/21/2023 Selen Esmerey-Senlet Chevron In Person Emily Beverly