Speaker: Mallory Young (RSES, Seismology & Mathematical Geophysics)
A prevailing drive of modern seismology is to continually improve our knowledge of the Earth's structure through an analysis of seismic waveforms.
Speaker: Dr. Stewart Fallon (RSES, Earth Chemistry)
Carbon-14 (radiocarbon) is an extremely versatile isotope, covering research into the carbon cycle via the atmosphere, the land and the ocean.
Speaker: Dr. Julie Prytulak (Imperial College London)
The stable isotopic composition of elements other than C H O and S are (still) widely termed ‘non-traditional’.
Speaker: Dr. Paul Tregoning (RSES, Earth Physics)
The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) space gravity mission is one of the most successful Earth observing missions ever.
Speaker: Dr. Yuri Amelin (RSES, Earth Chemistry)
The half-life of a parent radionuclide is a necessary parameter in the age equations used in geochronology.