Spring 2022 Colloquium

Thursdays, 3:30 PM
Location: 2079 Natural History Building, unless otherwise indicated

For access to the Zoom link please email: Lana Holben at holben@illinois.edu

 

January 27 - Gary Parker, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, "Morphodynamics of Lowland River Networks Modeled as Simple Binary Trees"
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February 3 - Karen Fischer, Brown University, "Deciphering the Distribution of Partial Melt in the Asthenosphere with Seismic Waves", Virtual Seminar (Host: Lijun Liu)
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February 10 - R. James Kirkpatrick Lecture, Mike Ackerson, Smithsonian, "Granitic Minerals as Records of Magmatic and Metamorphic Thermal Histories: Insights from Yosemite National Park", Virtual Seminar (Host: Craig Lundstrom)
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February 17 - Alexis Thompson, Graduate Student Workshop, Virtual Seminar (Point of Contact: Lijun Liu)
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February 24 - Marcia Bjornerud, Lawrence University, "Visions of Deep Time"Rare Book & Manuscript Library - Room 346 Main Library (Host: Willy Guenthner)
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March 3 - Steve Altaner, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, "Looking Back at 37 Years: A Tale of Two Careers"
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March 10 - Ralph E. Grim LectureEmily Cooperdock, University of Southern California, "The Timing of Fluid-Rock Interaction and Faulting in Serpentinites Revealed by (U-Th)/He Thermochronology" (Host: Willy Guenthner)
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March 17 - No Colloquium, Spring Break

March 24 - Glenn and Susan Buckley Lecture in Environmental Geology, Ellen Wohl, Colorado State University, "Messy Rivers are Healthy Rivers: The Role of Spatial Heterogeneity in Sustaining River Ecosystems" (Host: Alison Anders)
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March 31 - Graduate Student Lightning Talks - Kalini Bruckel, Andrew Margason, Prof. Alison Anders, Nooreen Meghani, Prof. Jess Conroy, Paul Ginsberg, Prof. Rob Sanford, Robby Goldman
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April 7 - Mary Grace Bato, California Institute of Technology, "Towards Operational Real-Time Eruption Forecasting: Are We There Yet?" (Host: Trish Gregg)

April 14 - Kristen Cook, GFZ Potsdam, "Fluvial Disasters in the Himalaya - New Insights and Potential for Early Warning" (Host: Gary Parker)
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April 21 - Ted Flynn, California Department of Water Resources, "Steady Science, Rapid Change: Environmental Monitoring in the 21st Century" (Host: Rob Sanford)

April 28 - Phillips Lecture, Kevin Boyce, Stanford University, "Impact of Flowering Plant Evolution on the Earth System: What Can and Can’t Happen" (Host: Jess Conroy)
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