RSES Seminars

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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

26
Jul
2018
Speaker: Kartin Meissner (UNSW)
I will discuss the dynamics of three different climate events in the past: the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM, ∼55 million years 
before present) and Heinrich Events 1 a
02
Aug
2018
Speaker: Rebecca Metzler (Colgate University)
Barnacles are ancient arthropods that, as adults, consist of a soft organism surrounded by a h
01
Nov
2018
Speaker: Penny King, RSES
A fundamental question in earth and planetary systems is: how are chemical elements distributed from high temperature in the planet's interior to low temperatures at the surface

Past events

12
Nov
2013
Speaker: Kate Boston (RSES, Earth Chemistry)
Accessory minerals allanite, monazite and rutile from amphibolite facies rocks across the Barrovian sequence of the Central Alps (Switzerland) were investigated for composition
07
Nov
2013
Speaker: Prof. Patrick De Deckker (RSES, Earth Environment)
I will go through some of the key discoveries and achievements that we made at the ANU, many of which in collaboration with international teams, using both Australian and foreig
04
Nov
2013
Speaker: Prof. Philip Boyd (Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), University of Tasmania, Hobart)
Marine phytoplankton drives half of Earth’s primary productivity and hence underpins most ocean foodwebs.  Climate change is modifying many ocean properties that exert controls
31
Oct
2013
Speaker: Dr. Daniel E Harlov (GeoForschungsZentrum, Potsdam, Germany)
Complete equilibration between silicate, oxide, and phosphate mineral species in the crust and lithospheric mantle can most effectively be accomplished through the action of flu
24
Oct
2013
Speaker: A/Prof. Greg Yaxley (RSES, Earth Materials and Processes)
The oxygen fugacity (ƒO2) of peridotite upper mantle is predicted to decrease with increasing pressure because of molar volume changes of redox buffering reactions in peridotiti

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