RSES Seminars

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 Adele Morrison and Kial Stewart

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You can view the calendar for all future scheduled RSES Seminars.

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

Upcoming events

29
May
2018
Speaker: Jess Amies (RSES)
The Mediterranean has great potential for reconstructing past climate due to high sedimentation rates and amplified climate signals.
31
May
2018
Speaker: Hrvoje Tkalčić (RSES)
More than 75 years ago, the Earth’s core was hypothesized to be solid in the centre as a result of a liquid–solid phase change in iron, which implies that shear waves in its sol
05
Jun
2018
Speaker: Mr Michael Anenburg (RSES)
Carbonatites are unusual igneous rocks that primarily contain carbonate minerals such as calcite or dolomite.
07
Jun
2018
Speaker: Dominik Weiss (Imperial College London)
Variations in stable isotope ratios of trace metals are increasingly used to address fundamental challenges to air, water and soil quality.
14
Jun
2018
Speaker: Helen Fricker (UC San Diego)
Antarctic ice loss is accelerating and will soon become the largest contributor to sea-level rise.

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Past events

24
May
2018
Speaker: Alexander Piotrowski (University of Cambridge)
Ocean circulation plays a key role in the Earth’s climate system because surface ocean currents transport heat and deep ocean water masses can sequester carbon dioxide from the
23
May
2018
Speaker: Zachary Sharp (University of New Mexico), The Mineralogical Society of America 2018 Distinguished Lecturer
Please note, this special school seminar is on a Wednesday.
17
May
2018
Speaker: Kate Holland (RSES)
The empirical relationship between the Mg/Ca of foraminifer shells and temperature is widely used as a seawater palaeo-thermometer.
15
May
2018
Speaker: James Tolley (RSES)
The geochemical behaviour of rare earth elements (REE) was investigated through the study of both natural and experimental carbonatites.
10
May
2018
Speaker: Maureen Walczak (Oregon State University)
Much remains unresolved concerning the origin and global implications of the episodes of rapid glacial failure in the North Atlantic known as Heinrich Events.

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