Geosciences Seminar Series 2018/2019

Fall Semester 2018

Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will start at 12:30 in Natural Resources Rm 320

All are Welcome!

Thursday, September 6

Richard Palin, Colorado School of Mines

Uniformitarianism throughout Earth history: the metamorphic perspective

Faculty Host: Jerry Magloughlin

Tuesday, September 25*

David Boutt, University of Massachusetts

GSA Hydrogeology Division Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecture:


*Seminar to be held at 4:00pm in room NATRS 345

Faculty Host: Bill Sanford

Monday, October 1*

John Dilles, Oregon State

SEG Thayer Lindsley Visiting Lecturer: Tops and Bottoms of Porphyry Copper Deposits Revisited: From Source Magmas to the Lithocap Alteration Zones

*Seminar to be held at 3:00pm in room NATRS 345

Faculty Host: Nikki Seymour

Thursday, October 11

Doug Peters, Tuvera Exploration

Use of historical aerial photography for mining and industrial environmental site assessments

Faculty Host: Jerry Magloughlin

Thursday, October 25

Eric Mueller, University of Wyoming

Geomorphic response to controlled floods in the Colorado River basin

Faculty Host: Sara Rathburn

Monday, October 29*

Andreas Ewald, Dept. of Geography and Geology, University of Salzburg, Austria

Rock Slope Instability following Deglaciation – Implications from the Kitzsteinhorn, Austria

*Seminar to be held 12:00-1:00pm in room 345

Faculty Host: Ellen Wohl

Thursday, November 1

Adam Wlostowski, CU Boulder, INSTARR

Storage-discharge relationships across the Critical Zone Observatory Network: Linking catchment function to critical zone architecture

Faculty Host: Ellen Wohl

Thursday, November 8

Robert Anderson, CU Boulder

The debris-covered glacier – rock glacier continuum and its geomorphic consequences

Faculty Host: Dan McGrath

Thursday, November 29

Andres Aslan, Colorado Mesa University

Origin of the Upper Colorado River System

Faculty Host: Andy Darling