RSES Seminars

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 Adele Morrison and Kial Stewart

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You can view all planned RSES SeminarsNote that seminar dates are subject to change until they are properly advertised!

All seminars held in the Jaeger 1 Seminar Room, Research School of Earth Sciences, 142 Mills Rd, Acton ACT 2601.

Upcoming events

22
Feb
2018
Speaker: Yingjie Yang (Macquarie University)
The Tibetan Plateau is the broadest plateau in the world with an average elevation of about 4-5 km, which is still growing vertically and laterally.
01
Mar
2018
Speaker: Sarah Harmer
Mineral surfaces play a vital role in a number of geological, environmental and technological areas including ore formation, weathering of minerals, minerals processing, biomine
06
Mar
2018
Speaker: Mr Pat Carr (RSES)
Abstract in due course.
22
Mar
2018
Speaker: Allen Nutman (University of Wollongong)
‘There is no vestige of a beginning and no prospect of an end’. This seminar confirms the first part of James Hutton’s famous observation.
29
Mar
2018
Speaker: Aaron Putnam (University of Maine)
Abstract to come.

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Past events

15
Feb
2018
Speaker: Bradley Opdyke (RSES)
Déodat Gratet de Dolomieu made the first report of the presence of the mineral, rocks and mountains that bear his name in 1791 in the ‘Journal de Physique’.
08
Feb
2018
Speaker: John Mavrogenes (RSES)
Volcanic arcs, where continental crust is built, are also the breeding grounds for the biggest ore deposits.
01
Feb
2018
Speaker: Teresa Ubide (University of Queensland)
Geochemical imaging with Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) has rapidly developed in the last few years as an in-situ, high resolution technique ab
09
Jan
2018
Speaker: Ms Jo Ward (RSES)
Hydrothermal fluids are one of the key media for transporting economically important elements in the crust.
07
Dec
2017
Speaker: Derya Guerer (Utrecht University)
Anatolia (present day Turkey) represents part of the Alpine-Himalayan orogen and exposes previously buried and metamorphosed rocks now covering an area of ~300 x 400 km.

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