September 8 - Rip Hale - Old Dominion University, "Spatial and Temporal Controls on Sedimentation on a Meso-Tidal Mega Delta".
September 15 - Ryan Mills - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "Re-evaluating Pluton/Volcano Connections and Igneous Textures In Light Of Incremental Magma Emplacement".
September 29 - David Genereux - North Carolina State University, "Hydrogeology".
October 13 - Carli Arendt - North Carolina State University, "What Meltwater Chemistry Teaches Us About an Evolving Arctic."
November 3 – Nicholas Balascio – College of William and Mary, “Reconstructing Arctic climate during the Holocene: new insights from leaf wax isotope records”.
November 17 - Karl Wegmann - North Carolina State University, "The Enigma of High-Standing Topography in Continental Interiors: Insights from Fish Fins, Lava Bubbles, and Paleovalleys of the Hangay Mountains, Mongolia".
December 1 - Del Bohnenstiehl - North Carolina State University, "Earthquakes and Ring Fault Mechanics at Axial Seamount".
Seminars are held at noon in Room 309 of Graham Bldg unless otherwise indicated.
Contact Adriana Heimann at firstname.lastname@example.org, (252) 328-5265, for more information.
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