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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
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 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!