RSES Seminars Thursday 1pm

Calendar for future RSES Seminars

Date Speaker (Abstr.) Institution Title (Topic Host(s)
19-Mar-20 Nerilie Abram RSES

Australia’s black summer and the connections to human-caused climate change

Penny King
26-Mar-20 Tamsin Mather Oxford University, UK The impact of volcanism on Earth's atmosphere: from present-day volcanic 'pollution' to geological mass extinction events Vickie Bennett
2-Apr-20 Andy Hogg RSES Ocean gyres driven by surface buoyancy forcing  Penny King
9-Apr-20 TBC (before Easter) xx xx  
16-Apr-20 Wenju Cai CSIRO Aspendale, Vic Response of El Niño/La Niña to greenhouse warming Jimin Yu/ Nerilie Abram
23-Apr-20 Evelyn Mervine Anglo American, Brisbane Qld (Transition from an academic to industry career) Penny King
30-Apr-20 Jason Sharples UNSW Canberra Extreme wildfire development Louis Moresi
7-May-20 Phil Bland Curtin University, WA Enabling Australian planetary missions: technical pathway and science applications Trevor Ireland
14-May-20 Bree Morgan Uni Sydney, NSW Sediment geochemistry – Process mapping and contaminant trapping Penny King
21-May-20 Michael Roderick RSES Drought, bushfires and climate  
28-May-20 Hannah James - Robert Hill Memorial Lecture RSES The Science of Archeology Stephen Eggins

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Seminars are held in the Jaeger 1 Seminar Room, Research School of Earth Sciences, 142 Mills Rd, Acton ACT 2601.

Upcoming events

1pm 2 April 2020
Prof. Andy Hogg (RSES)
Ocean gyres are persistent, large-scale circulation features that give rise to important ocean currents such as the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic and the Kuroshio current off the east coast of Japan.

Past events