Randolph W. Chapman Colloquium

River and mountain

All colloquia are on Thursdays at 3:40 p.m. via Zoom, registration can be found at https://bit.ly/3cXx5de.  Please feel free to email earth.sciences@unh.edu for confirmation of the schedule, as changes sometimes occur.

February 18, 2021

"Plants and People of Greenland"

Simone S. Whitecloud, PhD
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Research Ecologist
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, NH

February 25, 2021

"New Constraints on Ancient Atmospheric Gas Concentrations from Fluid Inclusions in Surface Materials"

Betsey Pettitt
Postdoctoral Scholar
Savannah River National Laboratory

March 4, 2021

"Partitioning Sources of Soil Respiration in Thawing Permafrost Using Carbon Isotopes"

Elaine Pegoraro
Postdoctoral Scholar, Soil Biogeochemistry and Climate Change
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

March 18, 2021

"How Plate Tectonics Drove Continental Climate Change in Australia"

Beth Christensen
Professor and Environmental Science Founding Chair
Rowan University

March 25, 2021

"Rivers flow not past, but through”: a fluvial perspective on Earth’s carbon cycle"

Mark Torres
Assistant Professor, Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences
Rice University

April 8, 2021

"Sulfur: The Final Frontier"

Alicia M. Cruz-Uribe
Edward Sturgis Grew Assistant Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology
University of Maine

April 15, 2021

"Monsoons, tropical rainfall, and climate change: A paleoclimate perspective from Southeast Asia"

Kathleen Johnson
Associate Professor, Department of Earth System Science
University of California, Irvine

April 22, 2021


"Normalization of Sexism in Geology Field Camp Programs"

Julie Sexton, PhD
Research Associate, Environmental Studies Program

University of Colorado, Boulder