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Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

09/04

 

First Partial Week of Classes

No Seminar

 

09/11

H. Gary Greene

Professor Emeritus
Moss Landing Marine Labs
San Jose State University

Director of Center for Habitat Studies
Tombolo Institute, Ocras Island, WN

Volcanic Centers Along the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault System, SE Alaska; Indicators of a Leaky Transform

09/18

Paul O'Sullivan

Geologist and Vice President, Apatite to Zircon, Inc., Viola Idaho

Timing of Brooks Range and North Slope Uplift and Denudation: A Summary of Fission-Track Results Completed During the Last 20 Years

09/25

David Sunderlin

Assistant Professor, Lafayette College

A Glimpse at a Warmer World: Paleoenvironment & Paleoecology of the Paleocene/Eocene Chickaloon Formation, Matanuska Valley, Alaska


10/02

Erik Hulm

 






Todd Shearer

Heavy Oil Resource and Development Team Leader
Milne Point Geophysics,
BP Exploration Alaska



Geophysicist
Milne Point Geophysics,
BP Exploration Alaska

Heavy Oil Reservoir Characterization: Clues to the Past, Keys to the Future







Can Reflection Seismic Resolve More Than Structure? Examples of Reservoir Characterization and Surveillance from 3D, 4D and AVO Data From Milne Point, Alaska

10/09

Regine Hock

Associate Professor
Dept. of Geology & Geophysics and Geolophysical Institute,
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Glaciers in a Warming Climate -- Will There Be Any in 100 Years?

10/16

Helena Buurman
Robert McNabb
Samuel Herreid

Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Undergraduate Student
Department of Geology & Geophysics and Geophysical Inst.
University of Alaska Fairbanks
What I did over the Summer
 

10/23

Elizabeth Screaton

Ocean Leadership Distinguished Lecturer
Associate Professor, Hydrogeology
University of Florida

Seismogenic Zone Fluid Flow in Earthquakes

10/30

Sam VanLaningham
 

Associate Professor
School Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Terrestrial-Ocean Climate Linkages in the Pacific Northwest during the Last Glaciation

11/06

Brandon Browne

Assistant Professor
Department of Geological Science, California State University, Fullerton

A candidate finalist for the Volcanology faculty position

Reconstructing Ancient and Modern Volcanic Eruptions

11/13

Laurel Burns

Geological Scientist I
DGGS, State of Alaska
Comparison of Geological vs. Geophysical Supervised Classification: Examples from the DGGS Airborne Geophysical/Geological Mineral Inventory Program

11/20

Stephen McNutt

Research Professor, Seismology
Geophysical Institute
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Volcanic Lightning

11/27

 

 

Thanksgiving Week
No Seminar
12/04

Paul Layer

 

Interim Dean of the College of Natural Science and Mathematics
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Tectonic Setting and Geochronology of Central and Southern Mecixan Volcanism
12/11

John Howell

AAPG distinguished lecturer
Professor
University of Bergen, Norway

Laser Scanning and Geological Modeling: From Outcrop to Flow Simulation

 

 

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Last modified November 23, 2009 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.