Month: April 2015

Buried forests and ghost ships: Geoarchaeology of the Black and Baltic Sea Coasts by Ilya Buynevich of Temple University

Please join us for the next seminar series on April 28, 2015 at 12:30pm in Beach Hall room 233.  Ilya Buynevich from Temple University will be presenting “Buried forests and ghost ships: Geoarchaeology of the Black and Baltic Sea Coasts.” Students and faculty are invited to attend.  Snacks will be served.    

Career Day with UConn Geosciences Alumni

Career Day with UConn Alumni PLEASE JOIN US in Beach 233  FOR A CAREER PANEL on April 21, 2015 FEATURING UCONN ALUMNI Presentations, Q&A, Lunch   Margaret A. ThomasDr. Thomas is the State Geologist for the State of Connecticut Geological Survey Office. Gordon BinkhorstDr. Binkhorst is a Hydrogeologist with Alta Environmental, Inc., in Colchester, CT  […]

“From isotopes to mountain slopes: Unraveling the sedimentary response to tectonics and surface processes in the Patagonian Andes” with Julie Fosdick

PLEASE JOIN US!   THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 2015 12:30PM BEACH HALL 233 Julie’s research addresses the interactions between crustal deformation, exhumation, and basin evolution during mountain-building. She is particularly interested in understanding the long-term evolution of orogenic belts during their growth and denudation as recorded in the sedimentary record. Julie draws upon numerous field-based, analytical, and modeling tools […]

Getting blood from a stone: Animation, X-rays, and dinosaur track diversity by Stephen Gatesy, Brown University

Please join us!  Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 12:30pm in Beach Hall 233 for our next Seminar Series presentation by Stpehen Gatesy of Brown University. Stephen Gatesy’s background is in biology, paleontology, and art. He has a BA from Colgate University, was the Watson Fellow where he studied dinosaurs in European museums, and received his […]