Past events

24
Sep
2020

An overview of ENSO teleconnections  »

1pm 24 September 2020

How ENSO is projected to change in a warming world.

17
Sep
2020

Scholarly information services for RSES »

1pm 17 September 2020

Join Library staff from Hancock and Digital Scholarship as they introduce information resources available to support your research.

14
Sep
2020

StuCon2020 »

14 September 2020

The RSES virtual Student Conference 2020 (StuCon2020) will be held via zoom from the 14th to 16th of September. All at RSES are welcome!

03
Sep
2020

Characterising Earth structure from seismic data »

1pm 3 September 2020

As part of our RSES Seminar Series, please join Brian Kennett as he talks about updated models that help better our understanding of the Earth.

27
Aug
2020

Internal tide energy pathways at the coast »

1pm 27 August 2020

The turbulent dissipation and mixing associated with internal waves form a critical component of ocean physics, setting abyssal stratifications and determining the rate at which the deepest waters of the global overturning circulation rise.

13
Aug
2020

Mainland Australia's next volcanic eruption: Insights into future activity from volcanology, petrology, Indigenous knowledge and public...

1pm 13 August 2020

The last volcanic eruptions in mainland Australia took place around 4,500-5,000 years ago and were witnessed by Indigenous Australians.

23
Jul
2020
16
Jul
2020

Probing the structure and evolving state of three western U.S. volcanos with seismic noise »

1pm 16 July 2020

This study presents the latest progresses on seismic imaging and monitoring of three volcanos of various size and tectonic settings in the western U.S., i.e., Yellowstone, Long Valley caldera and Mount St. Helens.

09
Jul
2020

Mantle temperature, lithospheric thickness and dynamic topography: decoding the secrets of volcanic rocks »

1pm 9 July 2020

Abstract: Earth's topography is maintained by a complex interplay of tectonic forcing, isostasy and mantle convection.

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