Biology & Paleo Environment Events
For upcoming seminars, see our calendar here.
"Rodent teeth and a 2,000 km3 salt deposit: Environmental records of tectonics, climate, and ecology in the Central Andes."
Wednesday April 16th @ 1:15 pm, Comer Seminar Room, Nigel D'Souza, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, LDEO
"The Impact of Natural Oil Seeps on Phytoplankton in the Gulf of Mexico."
"Diversity of eukaryotic microbes: from morphology to environmental sequencing in planktonic ciliates"
**Please note that there is no seminar on April 2nd**
"Shifting Baselines Around Antarctica:
Using Mummies to Understand the Vulnerability of Seals to Climate Change."
Wednesday March 19th @ 1:15 pm, Comer Seminar Room, Natalie Boelman, Adjunct Assistant Professor, LDEO
"ABOVE: The Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment.
The inside scoop on NASA Terrestrial Ecology's next major field campaign."
Wednesday March 12th @ 1:30 pm, **Seismology Seminar Room**, Aubrey Hillman, PhD Candidate, University of Pittsburgh.
Host: Pratigya Polissar (contact if interested in meeting with speaker)
"Characterizing Long-Term Human Impacts to the Landscape using Lake Sediment Records from Southwestern China."
Wednesday March 5th @ 1.15 pm, Jesse Farmer
Grad student @ LDEO.
"Can Sea Surface temperature records improve our understanding of Late Holocene sea level variability"