Geology Lunch

Open to all and meeting approximately every other Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00 in Carnegie 219 GeoLunch is an opportunity for any student to meet and eat with professionals working across the spectrum of geologic fields.  Current GeoLunch Schedule for fall 2018:

 

September 18 – Peter Strand  -Ph.D. candidate at the University of Maine, Orono, ME

“What drives glacial cycles?  Glacier chronologies from New Zealand and Mongolia”

 

October 9 – Brooke Osborne  -Post-doctoral researcher at Brown University, Providence, RI

“Microbial linkages between global change and ecosystem-scale processes”

 

October 16 – Sarah Hall  -Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Chair of Earth Systems and Geosciences, College of the Atlantic (COA), Bar Harbor, ME

“Plio-Pleistocene climate and tectonic record preserved in the hyperarid forearc of southern Peru”

 

November 13 – Simone Whitecloud  -Research Scientist at the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab, Hanover, NH

“Plant-plant and human-plant interactions”