MSU Earth Sciences Seminar Series

Charles Darwin: Geology and the origin of Darwin's boulders, Tierra del Fuego

Date: 
Wed, Apr 11, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. Ed Evenson

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Earth Observations and Science: Challenges and Opportunities

Date: 
Fri, Feb 3, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Greg Withee

Mr. Withee is the assistant administrator for the satellite and information services of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  Mr. Withee leads the U.S. civil operational environmental satellite programs which supply the nation's weather and environmental satellite data.

Effects of explosives on the physical properties of snow

Date: 
Wed, Apr 18, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Robyn Wooldridge

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Exploration in Fold & Thrust Belts - A personal Perspective.

Date: 
Wed, Mar 21, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Rod Graham

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center- 20/20 Hindsight - A look at recent avalanche accidents

Date: 
Wed, Feb 15, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Doug Chabot

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Garnet: Tree rings of crustal evolution

Date: 
Mon, Apr 30, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. Ethan F. Baxter

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Geo-spatial analysis of carbonate systems

Date: 
Wed, Apr 4, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. Charles Kerans

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Geographic Scaling Characteristics of Wind & Solar Energy Systems.

Date: 
Wed, Feb 1, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. Alexander MacDonald

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Hadrosaur ontogeny and anagenesis: Brachylophosaurus and Gryposaurus from the Judith River formation, north-central Montana

Date: 
Wed, Feb 29, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Elizabeth Freedman

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Integrating Earth System Models to Elucidate Water Cycle Dynamics: did global warming cause an enhanced hydrological cycle in the Eocene?

Date: 
Wed, Feb 22, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. Mark Pagani

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Lattice Preferred Orientation and Seismic Anisotropy in the Lowermost Mantle

Date: 
Wed, Feb 8, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. Lowell Miyagi

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Plate Dynamics: Deep mantel convective contributions to plate driving forces insights form the East Pacific rise

Date: 
Wed, Mar 28, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. David Rowley

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

Red Rocks from Earth to Mars

Date: 
Wed, Apr 25, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Margie Chan

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

The High Arctic snow avalanche regime of central Svalbard

Date: 
Wed, Mar 7, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Markus Eckerstorfer

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

The Long Thaw: Fossil Fuel, CO2, and the Carbon Cycle

Date: 
Wed, Jan 18, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Dr. David Archer

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

The Physics of Ice Caves

Date: 
Wed, Jan 25, 12:00 pm
Location: 
243 Gaines Hall MSU
Speaker Name: 
Kaj Williams

Montana State University’s Earth Sciences Department is divided between paleontology, geohydrology, geography, geology, snow science, and gis/planning. The department maintains a weekly seminar series in which speakers are brought in from outside institutions or selected from the MSU faculty and students.

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