Guy F. Atkinson Distinguished Lecture Series

 

Location:

Frederick Albert Sutton Building


115 South 1460 East Room 295 


Salt Lake City, UT

 

Time:

All lectures are held on Thursdays at 4:00 pm with a meet the speaker at 3:30 pm in the 2nd floor Confluence lobby. 


Day Date Speaker Title and Affiliation

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1/28/16

Mike Poland

"Temporal variations in magma storage, supply, and eruption at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii"

Cascades Volcano Observatory, USGS

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2/4/16

Bill McDonough

"Geoneutrinos and heat production in the Earth"

University of Maryland

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2/11/16

Reed Burgette

(Earthscope Speaker)

"Ups and downs of the U.S. West Coast: Implications of eight decades of vertical deformation measurements for seismic hazards and sea level impacts"

New Mexico State

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2/18/16

 Alex Gribenko

"Electromagnetic World Inside Geology and Geophysics"

CEMI

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2/25/16

David Sandwell

"Tectonics in the Deep Oceans: Constraints on Absolute Stress at Ridges and Transforms"

Scripps

WE

 

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3/2/16

 

3/3/16

Peter Molnar

 

Alan Carroll

CIRES/Boulder

 

University of Wisconsin

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3/10/16

Sallie Greenberg

"Conducting a One Million Tonne Carbon Storage Demonstration Project: Lessons learned from the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project"

Illinois State Geological Survey

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3/17/16

 

SPRING BREAK

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3/24/16

Joe MacQuaker

"Diagenesis: The underappreciated factor controlling mudstone variability – implications for predicting the distribution of sources seals and unconventional reservoirs in petroleum systems"

Exxon Mobil

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3/31/16

Jeff Munroe

"Dust in the Wind: Investigating Past and Present Dust Deposition in the Uinta Mountains, Utah"

Middlebury College

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4/7/16

Gene Humphries

"How Yellowstone made the Pacific Northwest"

University of Oregon

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4/14/16

John (Jack) Shroder

"Afghanistan Water and Resource Wars"

University of Nebraska Omaha

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4/21/16

Scott Miller

University of Utah

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