Times and Locations
Seminars are held on Thursdays at WSU or U of I.
- U of I-hosted seminars are in McClure Hall, Room 209 from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
- WSU-hosted seminars are in Webster, Room 16 from 4-5 p.m.
|Jan 26||WSU||Jeffrey Lee (Central Washington Univ)
A 125 km-long right step across the Pacific-North America plate boundary dextral shear system: Kinematics of fault slip transfer
|Feb 2||U of I||Eric Mittelstaedt (Univ Idaho)
Investigating deep-sea hydrothermal circulation at mid-ocean ridges using cameras, light-up boards, and sticky fluids
|Feb 23||WSU||Renee Breedlovestrout (Idaho Geological Survey)
Idaho has gas to burn: hydrocarbon play element analysis in the Payette Basin, southwest Idaho
|Feb 27 (Mon)||UI, JEB 104||Erika Rader (Post Doc, NASA Ames Research Center)
Imitating Giant Lava Flows -Flood basalt emplacement in the Deccan Traps, India
|Mar 2||U of I||Gary Michelfelder (Missouri State University)
Magma Accumulation at Continental Volcanic Arcs: Using a Crystal-Size Scale to Track the Evolution of Large Volcanic Systems
|Mar 7 (Tues)||U of I||Ben Ellis (Institut fur Geochemie und Petrologie, ETH Zurich)
Pre-and post-eruptive histories of Snake River Plain rhyolites
|Mar 9||U of I||Emily Mullen (Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Université Blaise Pascal)
Origin and evolution of Cascade Arc magmatism: Perspectives from geochemistry and geochronology
|Mar 23||U of I||Thomas Ptak
Pipelines, Energy Rescaling and Small Hydropower in China: Security, Development and Sustainability
|Mar 30||WSU||Kathleen Autenrieth (Kinross Gold Corporation)
Economic geology of the Curlew district, Wash.: exploration of a blind epithermal system
|Apr 6||U of I||Cameron Campbell (California Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources)
Are Unconventionals Becoming the New Conventionals?
|Apr 13||WSU||Robert Smith (University of Utah)
The Anatomy Of Old Faithful: Seismic imagery of the entire Yellowstone plumbing system, mantle plume to crustal magma reservoirs to geysers and hot springs