Geophysics Seminars

Contact

 Sébastien Allgeyer
 02 6125 2538

Monthly seminars (usually held on the last Wednesday of every month at 11am, in the Hales seminar room), covering all aspects of geophysics research (in the broadest sense of the word) at RSES and elsewhere.

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All questions/requests/suggestions should be directed to Sebastien (contact details on the side).

Past events

07
Dec
2016
Speaker: Marie Bocher (ENS Lyon)
Recent advances in mantle convection modeling led to the release of a new generation of convection codes, able to generate self-consistently plate-like tectonics at their surfac
01
Dec
2016
Speaker: Dr. Emmanuel David (University College London)
It is well recognised that serpentinites play a major role in subduction zone processes, such as tectonic evolution of the oceanic lithosphere, earthquake nucleation, or recycli
30
Nov
2016
Speaker: Dr Nicolas Flamant (University of Sydney)
Global tectonic reconstructions developed using GPlates can be used as boundary conditions of mantle convection models, to simulate past mantle flow and long-wavelength dynamic
24
Nov
2016
Speaker: Prof. Nicky White (University of Cambridge)
Convective circulation of the Earth’s mantle maintains some fraction of surface topography that varies with space and time.
27
Jul
2016
Speaker: Christian Sippl
The role of passive-source seismology in unravelling the tectonic past of the Australian continent: general considerations and a regional example case

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