Dr. Keranen, Assistant Professor and Geophysicist, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University, presents "Triggered Seismicity in Oklahoma: Probing Fluid Flow, Fault Zone Structure and Fault Interactions" on Tuesday, February 10th, at 4 PM in 022 Deike. A pre-talk coffee and cookies reception will take place at 3:45 PM in the EMS Museum on the ground floor of Deike.
As part of the Weather Why's segment of Weather World on January 28, 2015, Dr. Jon Nese provided a wonderful tribute to beloved emeritus faculty member and scientist, Alfred K. Blackadar.
Professors Joan Redwing and Susan Trolier-McKinstry will be named Fellow of the Materials Research Society during the April meeting in San Francisco. Joan will be recognized for “key contributions to the mechanistic understanding of materials synthesis by chemical vapor deposition including group III-nitrides, silicon nanowires and boride-based superconductors” and Susan will be recognized for “creative and sustained contributions to the understanding of electroceramic thin films and for leadership in materials education and materials research community.” Congratulations Joan and Susan for
Dr. Mankoff, a researcher at the Department of Physical Oceanography of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, presents "Greenland Subglacial Hydrology Upstream of and into Fjords" on Tuesday, January 27th, at 4 PM in 022 Deike. A pre-talk Coffee & Cookies Speaker Reception will take place at 3:45 PM in the EMS Museum on the ground floor of Deike. All are welcome.
Dr. Dorothy Merritts, the Harry W. and Mary B. Huffnagle Professor of Geosciences and Chair of the Department of Earth and Environment at Franklin and Marshall College, presents "Landscape Paleothermometers: Mapping Pennsylvania Pleistocene Landforms and Permafrost Boundaries with Lidar" on Tuesday, January 20th, at 4 PM in 022 Deike. A pre-talk Coffee & Cookies Speaker Reception will take place at 3:45 PM in the EMS Museum on the ground floor of Deike. All are welcome.