To learn more about NEON and its working groups, visit the NEON website.
Earth & Environment Associate Professor Sergio Fagherazzi recently was awarded funding for a new grant.
The grant, “Impact of Hurricane Sandy on the Salt Marshes of Chincoteague Bay, Virginia, and Barnegat Bay, New Jersey,” will focus on studying the effects of 2012 Hurricane Sandy.
Earth & Environment Professor Duncan FitzGerald and his former graduate student Chris Hein recently published a new article in the Geological Society of London.
The article, “Evolution of paraglacial coasts in response to changes in fluvial sediment supply” was first published online March 12, 2014.
Working with FitzGerald and Hein on the article were Ilya Buynevich, Sytze van Heteren, and Joe Kelley.
Hein is currently a Professor at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
To learn more about publication by Duncan FitzGerald, visit his publication section of our website.
The Terrestrial Biogeosciences Seminar set for today has been postponed due to the inclement weather affecting the area.
Check back later for updates on the status of the seminar.
To learn about future seminars and other events taking place in the Department of Earth & Environment check out our calendar.
The workshop begins today, Tuesday March 25, 2014, and will last until Thursday March 27.
Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Robinson Wally Fulweiler will be giving an online webinar live today, Tuesday March 25, 2014, at 12:00 ET.
The webinar will focus on “Climate, Carbon, and Nitrogen– Searching for Balance in the Global Ocean N-Budget, One Estuary at a Time” and will last for one hour.
The webinar is available free of charge to anyone who registers for the meeting. To watch, click on this link and sign up at the bottom of the page.
Piero Poli will be on campus tomorrow, Tuesday March 25, to give a lecture as part of the Solid Earth Seminar Series.
Poli is a Post-doctoral Associate and seismologist in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Poli’s talk will be titled “Body wave emergence from seismic noise correlation: a new probe of the deep Earth interior.”
The talk will be held at 12:15 pm in room 141C.
To see more about upcoming speakers in the Solid Earth Seminar Series, see the Earth & Environment calendar.
Earth & Environment Graduate Students Aaron Hirsch, Kasey Aderhold, and Esther Raymond attended a Seismology Students Workshop this week at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University.
As part of the Workshop, Raymond delivered a talk Friday morning titled “Imaging the Atlantic upper mantle with Rayleigh waves.”
Autumn Oczkowski of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be on campus today to give a talk as part of the Terrestrial Biogeosciences Seminar Series.
The talk will take place from 3:30 to 4:30 today in CAS 442, the graduate student lounge.
A reception featuring food and drinks will follow the talk.
This weeks talk is hosted by Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Robinson “Wally” Fulweiler.
To learn more about the Terrestrial Biogeosciences Program, visit their website. To learn more about future Terrestrial Biogeosciences Seminar speakers, click here, or check out our calendar of events.