scifribasalt.jpg Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Stone NPR Science Friday, July 18, 2008
Climate is Changing Our Forests and Plants New Evidence from Alaska and Our Own Backyard
A Slippery Slope? The Water World Beneath the Changing Ice Sheets
The Ocean Floor What We Know and How We Know It
Is the Ocean Shrinking? The Earth's Biggest Water Cycle
What Good Are Climate Models? Earth Science Colloquium
From Satellites to Camels In East Africa Studying the Biggest Magmatic Rift Event Ever Seen
A New Era in Ocean Exploration R/V Marcus Langseth
Global Seismicity and Unusual Earthquakes Earth Science Colloquium, 2007
Water in Arc Magmas Part of the Earth Science Colloquium Series
The 100th Anniversary of the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 What We Have Learned About the Earthquake Process and the Prospects for Earthquake Prediction
Bathtub Science Demonstration at Lamont Open House
The Dilemma of Global Dimming Lecture, Open House 2006
The Katrina Disaster A Poor World Tragedy in a Rich Country
Is the Earth's Core Leaking? Part of the Public Lecture Series
Deep Time The History of Our Planet Revealed
A Natural History of the Palisades Public Lecture, 2005
The Science Behind Aliens of the Deep Part of the Public Lecture Series
Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Impacts Earth Science Colloquium, 2005
The Air We Breathe Air Pollution and New York Subways