Spring 2016 Seminar Series

March 29th: Gregory Hoke, Syracuse
“Constraining long-term surface uplift rates using terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides”
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April 5th: Katy Barnhart, University of Pennsylvania
Erosion of icy coastlines and changing sea ice”
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April 12th: Isla Castañeda, UMass Amherst
“Vegetation and climate change in southern East Africa during the past 800,000 years: insights from organic geochemical proxies”
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April 19th: Alex Rohrmann, Oregon State
Erosion of icy coastlines and changing sea ice”
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April 26th: Leigh Fall, SUNY Oneonta
“You are what you eat: stable isotope evidence indicates the predatory snail ‘Neverita duplicata’ is likely an omnivore”