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Spring 2018 EAS Seminar

Join us for our (THURSDAY) fall seminar series!
Ross Hall 3240, UNC
Refreshments Served at 3:45 pm
Seminar 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Pizza or subs served following each seminar
Week
Speaker Name & Affiliation
Presentation Topic/Title
Jan 18 Sam La Rue, Anadarko  An Environmental Snapshot
Jan 25 Chelsie Romulo, University of Northern Colorado

 Modeling Conditions that Enable Payments for Watershed Services Programs

Feb 1 Ben Frieman, Colorado School of Mines  Orogenic gold and Archean greenstone belts: the importance of constraining deformation processes with examples from the Abitibi subprovince, Canada
 Feb 8 Jeff French, University of Wyoming

 *Seminar starts at 4:15pm*

From Gas Fields to Wave Clouds: Atmospheric Research at the Univ. of Wyoming

 Feb 15 Anjana Shah, US  Geological Survey  Iron ore and rare earth elements in the eastern Adirondacks: Geophysical and geologic studies
Feb 22 Ellen Wohl, Colorado State University  Beyond the Neutral Pipe Hypothesis: Rivers and the Global Carbon Cycle
Mar 1 Mark Clementz, University of Wyoming  Descending into the Past: Records of Late Pleistocene-Holocene environments from Natural Trap Cave, Bighorn Mountains, WY USA
Mar 8  Cliff Riebe, University of Wyoming How bedrock composition controls ecosystem productivity and drought resilience in the Sierra Nevada, California
Mar 15 SPRING BREAK - NO SEMINAR  
Mar 22 Dan Welsh, Colorado Air Resources Board  Life and Times of an Air Quality Meteorologist: Some options outside NWS
Mar 29 John Ridley, Colorado State University  Gold King Mine spill
Apr 5 William Doe, University of Colorado at Boulder

 *Seminar will be held in Ross 1010.*

US Military Installations and Climate Change: Impacts and Resiliency

Apr 12 Lee MacDonald  Runoff, Erosion, and Channel Changes from Fires and Floods: A Comparison Across Scales
Apr 19 Stephanie Kampf, Colorado State University  Mountain hydrogeography: Streamflow patterns and processes across the Rockies
Apr 27 POSTERFEST!  Posters! Food! Fun!