James’s talk was titled “A Three-Dimensional Shear-Velocity Model of the Atlantic Upper Mantle from Analysis of a Regional Dataset of Fundamental-Mode Rayleigh Waves.”
James gave her talk this morning, Wednesday December 17, 2014, at 9:15 am as part of the “Imaging the Earth IV Seismic Studies of Crust and Mantle Structure” session.
James is a PhD candidate in Earth Science with an emphasis on seismology and mantle tomography.
Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Dana Bauer is in Washington DC this week to present research at the A Community on Ecosystem Services or ACES Conference.
Bauer will make two presentations during the conference: her first presentation features research performed by Bauer and Associate Professor Ian Sue Wing on “Macroeconomic Consequences of Lost Pollination Services.”
Her second presentation feature research performed by Bauer and former Earth & Environment undergraduate Jessika Rose Smith on “Pollination Services and Grower Decision Making.”
To learn more about Prof. Bauer’s work, check out her profile page.
Earth & Environment PhD candidate Rachel Scudder‘s dissertation defense is set for this coming Monday, December 8th, 2014, at 9 AM in CAS 132.
Scudder’s dissertation is titled “A Regional Assessment of Volcanic and Terrigenous Inputs to the Western Pacific Ocean ‘Subduction Factory.’”
Scudder is a PhD candidate in Earth Science; her primary advisor is Prof. Rick Murray.
All members of the department are encouraged to come out and support Rachel.
Earth & Environment Ph.D. candidate Jared Woollacott was in Albuquerque, New Mexico this past week to present his research at the 2014 Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Fall Research Conference.
Woollacott presented his research on the “costs and ancillary benefits of greenhouse gas policy in the US electric sector.”
Jared Woollacott is a Ph.D. student in Geography; he is advised by Associate Professor Ian Sue Wing.
E&E Undergraduate Moira Poje presented her work from the Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (SAGE) on Pueblo San Marcos at the Council on Undergraduate Research, Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Symposium on Oct 26-27th.
Pueblo San Marcos is an unexcavated archaeological site south of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Moira is a senior Geophysics and Planetary Science major working with Assistant Professor Paul Hall and Professor John Ferguson of University of Texas at Dallas.
SAGE is a summer REU sponsored by Los Alamos National Laboratory, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics.
Earth & Environment Ph.D. candidate Jared Woollacott will be presenting research this Sunday at the World Congress of Environmental Resource Economists.
The conference is being held June 28 to July 2 in Istanbul, Turkey.
Woollacott will be presenting research on the “costs and ancillary benefits of carbon policy in the US electric sector.”
Conor Gately gives invited presentation at Global Emissions Initiative (GEIA) Conference in Colorado
Gately’s invited presentation was titled “A new annual 1 km gridded CO2 emissions inventory for the United States, 1980-2012″ and was the collaborative work of Gately and Assistant Professor Lucy Hutyra and Associate Professor Ian Sue Wing.
Gately is a Ph.D. candidate in Geography studying carbon emissions from transportation and the effects of urban form on travel behaviors.
Gately is advised by Sue Wing and Hutyra jointly.
Earth & Environment Professor and Chair Curtis Woodcock, Research Assistant Professor Pontus Olofsson, and graduate student Chris Holden are at Woods Hole Research Center this week to participate in the first ever Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) Research and Development Expert Workshop on Sensor Interoperability (and sensor complemntarity).
The workshop will be held over a two day period from June 10-11 and will involve presentations, working group discussions, and the development of action plans to aid in future progress on the topics of sensor interoperability and complementarity.
During the workshop, Chris Holden will present research findings developed by the three E&E participants.
Holden is a Ph.D. candidate working with Prof. Woodcock on the topics of land cover change and carbon emissions.
To learn more about the work of Prof. Woodcock and his research group, check out his recent publications and grants; or you can read more departmental news stories on Prof. Woodcock in our News Categories section.
Earth & Environment Associate Professor Robinson “Wally” Fulweiler‘s recent New England Aquarium lecture titled “The Immortal Life of Nitrogen” is now available online.
You can also see the entire New England Aquarium Lecture Series on their YouTube Channel.
You can view other department media including short news stories and more in-depth lectures by visiting our Department Media Section.
Earth & Environment graduate student Esther Raymond will be in Sunriver, Oregon this week, June 7th through the 11th, to attend the 2014 Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) Workshop.
During the workshop, Raymond will be presenting a poster titled “Imaging the Atlantic upper mantle with Rayleigh waves.
Raymond is a Ph.D. candidate studying Seismology and mantle tomography.