Seminars - Fall 2015

All seminars are at 12:00 PM (Noon) on Fridays in Room 243, Boggs building.

August 28


September 4


September 11

Base level fall, knickpoints, and post-orogenic Appalachian landscape evolution

Dr. Frank Pazzaglia Lehigh University

September 18



September 25

Anthropogenic changes to the tidal channel network in southwest Bangladesh: physical and social implications

Dr. Carol WilsonLSU

October 2


October 9

Sources of Sediment Delivery to the Breton Sound Marshes and their Influence on Sediment Delivery and Vertical Accretion

Dr. Gregg Snedden USGS

October 16

No Seminar - Fall Break

October 23

Two miles of trouble: Ice sheets and sea-level rise

Dr. Richard Alley Penn State

October 23

Doing well by doing good: The full story on energy, the environment and our future

Dr. Richard Alley Penn State

Open lecture - Freeman Auditorium, 2nd Floor, Newcomb Art Bldg from 5pm - 6pm, reception follows in the Woodward Way breezeway, 1st floor

October 29

Exploring the Arctic Ocean with submarines and surface vessels-more than 20 years of work amounts to something

Dr. Bernie Coakley University of Alaska

**SELAB Complex, room 224 (Physical Geology classroom), 1pm-2pm**

October 30

Impacts of climate and land use changes on water quality: a remote sensing and hydrological modeling approach

Dr. Wasit Wulamu Saint Louis University

November 6

Projecting sea-level changes in a warming world

Dr. Glenn Milne University of Ottawa

November 13

Ecological manifestations of climate change at upper treeline in the Rocky Mountains: placing modern changes within the context of the Holocene

Dr. Grant ElliottUniversity of missouri

November 20

Interplay of erosion and vegetation during the growth of a tropical mountain

Dr. Gilles BrocardUniversity of pennsylvania

November 27

No Seminar - Thanksgiving Holiday

December 4


December 11


December 18


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