Seminars

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    2015 Winter Term Colloquium Speakers:

    **There will now be snacks and tea prior to the talk.  Come to CH S17 a few minutes early to socialize.**  

    Colloquium is in Cramer Hall S17 at 3:30pm, all are welcome to attend. Please email boothad (at) pdx.edu for additional info, or if you would like to meet with any of the speakers.

     

    1/14     Max Rudolph (PSU Geology, https://sites.google.com/site/maxwellr/)

    "Mantle Matters"

      

    1/28     Nancy Price (PSU Geology, http://geology.pdx.edu/price

    "What happened to the minerals in that deformed rock?"

     

    2/11 (12:00 pm)     Eldon Gath (Earth Consultants International – Richard Jahns Lecturer, http://www.aegweb.org/jahns-lecturer)

    "Active faulting and Beverly Hills High School: An unexpected journey into geo-ethics"

     

    2/11 (3:30 pm)     Rebecca Bendick (University of Montana - GeoPRISMS distinguished lecturer, http://www.hs.umt.edu/geosciences/faculty/bendick/

    "Constraints on Lithospheric Mechanics or Tectonic Dynamics from Surface Deformation" 

     

    2/18     Patrick McAndless, P. Geo, FGC, (geodudecorner.com)

    “A Career in geoscience: Getting discovered”

     

    2/25     Dick Iverson (USGS - Cascades Volcano observatory, https://profile.usgs.gov/riverson/)

    Dynamics of the disastrous 2014 Oso landslide”

     

    3/9 (Monday - 3:30pm)     Tanya Atwater (UC Santa Barbara, http://www.geol.ucsb.edu/faculty/atwater/)

    “Plate tectonic history of the Pacific – North American margin”

     

    3/11     Josh Roering (University of Oregon - GeoPRISMS distinguished lecturer, http://blogs.uoregon.edu/jroering/)

     

    "The evolution of mountainous landscapes: Modern and paleo perspectives on the role of climate"

     

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