The meeting will take place from Wednesday April 30 to Friday May 2nd.
On Thursday May 1, Aderhold will be presenting a talk titled “Seismic slip distribution of large inter- and intra- plate oceanic strike-slip earthquakes.”
Then on Friday, Prof. Abercrombie will be presenting a poster titled “Improving stress drop measurements from EGF – scaling and stress release in the Darfield-Christchurch, New Zealand earthquake sequence.”
Prof. Abercrombie is also the co-author of two other presentations concerning earthquakes in Nevada and in New Zealand.
For More information on Prof. Abercrombie, visit her profile page.
For more information about the Seismological Society of American 2014 Annual Meeting, click here.
The Graduate School of Geography at Clark University has invited Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Robert Kennedy to present his work on landscape change analysis.
His talk will be held later today, Thursday April 24th.
The talk is part of a departmental colloquium series for other researchers and for graduate students.
Hutyra’s talk will be titled “4-D Modeling of the Regional Carbon Cycle in and Around Urban Environments: An Interdisciplinary Study to Advance Observational and Modeling Foundations.”
The NASA Land Cover Land Use Change Spring Science Team Meeting is a three day meeting beginning Wednesday April 23 and lasting until Friday April 25.
Hutyra will be joined by Earth & Environment Professor Tony Janetos who will be giving a talk on Thursday.
Assistant Professor Edward Cunningham will be in Indiana this Friday, April 24th, to give a talk to the members of the Indiana University Research Center for Chinese Politics and Business as part of their Spring 2014 Colloquium series.
Cunningham’s talk is titled “Building Blocs: Historical Contributions to CO2 emissions and the Coming Realignment.”
To learn more about Assistant Professor Cunningham’s work, check out his faculty profile page.
Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Edward Cunningham will be giving a talk later today, April 16th, as part of the Terrestrial Biogeosciences Seminar Series.
Cunningham’s talk will be held at 3:30 pm in CAS 442; refreshments will be served immediately following.
To learn more about department related events, check out our calendar of events.
Earth & Environment Lecture James Baldwin will be in Tampa, Florida on Saturday to give three talks as part of the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.
Baldwin’s first talk details an analysis of spatial trends in global C02 emissions.
Baldwin’s second talk will focus on work Baldwin coauthored with Earth & Environment alum Michael Mann; their talk will be on the topic of forecasting landuse change and wildfire risk in California.
The third talk will be on work Baldwin coauthored with recent graduate Peter O’Connor and will focus on O’Connor’s work to quantify population weighted climate exposure.
The 2014 Annual AAG meeting runs from Tuesday April 8th to Saturday April 12th. The meeting’s sessions will cover the full breadth of geography from physical geography areas such as geomorphology and climate to human geography topics such as transportation and development.
Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Lucy Hutyra will be at UMass Amherst on Friday April 11 to give a talk as part of UMass Amherst’s Department of Environmental Conservation Spring Seminar Series.
Hutyra’s talk is titled “Urbanization and the Carbon Cycle: A Critical Examination of Land Use Changes, Plant Responses, and Anthropogenic Emissions.”
The theme of tonight’s Rhett Talk will be “Social Justice.” Baldwin’s talk will focus specifically on the implications of demographic and environmental change for humanity in the coming decades.
In addition to Baldwin’s lecture, two other faculty members will also give brief lectures on past and present issues related to social justice.
Each talk will last roughly 15 minutes and be followed by a 5 minute Q&A session.
BU Rhett Talks are modeled after the popular TED talks and are designed to allow students to engage with faculty on a variety of interesting, intellectual topics.
Earth & Environment Assistant Professor Lucy Hutyra will be giving an invited talk and be a panel discussant at the Orbiting Carbon Observatory Applications Workshop (April 3-4).
The workshop will focus on the urban carbon/climate and air quality applications of OCO2.
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.