Geology and Geophysics About Us Contact Us
 

Friday Seminar Speakers

3:30PM
ROOM 201 NATURAL SCIENCES FACILITY

Courses_Syllabi Button
Department Directory Button
Department News Button Facilities Button Field Studies Button Friday Seminar Button Geologic Time Table Geophysical Institute Geoscience Club Button Graduate Program Button Related Links Button Research Button Undergraduate Program Button

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

9/1

Bernie Coakley

Chair, Department of Geology and Geophysics, UAF

What we do here. Why it is important. Why it should be fun

9/8

Steve McNutt, Jon Dehn, Jeff Freymueller, and Cathy Cahill

Geophysical Institute, UAF

Interdisciplinary Research at Augustine Volcano, 2006

9/11

Jim Cole
Monday Seminar

3:00pm Room 233 NSF

Canterbury U, New Zealand

Calderas of the Central Taupo Volcanic Zone

9/15

Rainer Newberry

Department of Geology and Geophysics, UAF

Why is there so ##$$%%!! much placer gold, so widely distributed, on the Seward Peninsula???  An interdisciplinary approach combining 30 (intermittent) years of inquiry.

9/22

Bernie Coakley

Department of Geology and Geophysics and Geophysical Institute, UAF

Dirty jobs no one has to do: Marine Geology in the Arctic Ocean

9/29

Wes Wallace

Department of Geology andGeophysics and Geophysical Institute, UAF

Geometry and evolution of the frontal part of an orogenic wedge in the central Brooks Range foothills

10/6

Phil Armstrong

Department of Geological Sciences
California State University Fullerton

Exhumation of extensional mountain belts: an example from the Wasatch
Mountains in Utah

10/13

Sandy Philips, Rebecca Bailey, Alec Duncan

BP, UAF

Research at BP and the BP internship program

10/20

Dwight Bradley

U.S.G.S. Anchorage

Detrital zircon geochronology of interior Alaska

10/27

Mike Thorne
ARSC/GI Post Doc

Geophysical Institute

Ripples in the pond: The myriad uses of seismic wave animations

11/3

Kate Bull

Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys

Tales from the bottom of the sea: eruptions from an ancient, submarine volcanic complex, New South Wales, Australia

11/10

Marwan Wartes

Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys

The Permian Tectonic and Sedimentary Record of Northwest China: Constraints on the Evolution of Vast Lakes in Northeast Pange

11/17

Dick Reger

DGGS (Retired)

The Last Major Glaciation in the Kenai Peninsula Lowland

11/24

Thanksgiving

12/1

Doug Christensen

Department of Geology and Geophysics and Geophysical Institute, UAF

What BEAAR and MOOS tell us about the tectonics of Alaska

12/8

Mike Whalen

Department of Geology and Geophysics and Geophysical Institute, UAF

Annealing the Chicxulub impact crater: Tertiary Yucatan carbonate platform development and basin infilling

 

  UAF Logo
Department of Geology and Geophysics
Reichardt Building Room 308, 900 Yukon Drive
P.O. Box 755780
Fairbanks, AK 99775-5780
phone: (907) 474-7565
fax: (907) 474-5163
 

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. UAF is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution.

Last modified October 23, 2006 by geology@uaf.edu

 

 

Background Image is a dinosaur track found by 2006 Geology Field Camp students Susi Tomsich and Jeremiah Drewel. Photo compliments of Jeremiah Drewel.