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Geology Club Distinguished Speaker Series

Spring 2012

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Refreshments will be served at 4:00 p.m. All dates are Thursday; talks will begin at 4:10 p.m. and are held in Harrington Hall Room 217, 845 Elmwood Avenue, Oshkosh WI, unless noted otherwise.

MARCH 1 Talk and book signing in Reeve Theatre room 307

Dr. Dave Mickelson, UW Madison
Changes in glacial landforms and subglacial conditions in the ice-marginal zone of the Laurentide Ice Sheet from southern Wisconsin to Minnesota

MARCH 8
Geology Major Meeting

MARCH 15
Dr. Tim Grundl, UW Milwaukee
What does a quarter mile of ice do to the underlying aquifer? – The interplay between glaciers and aquifers in eastern Wisconsin

MARCH 22
Spring Break

MARCH 29
Cole Edwards, Ph.D. candidate and UW Oshkosh Alum
Using chemical signals from carbonate sediments to identify potential causes of the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event (GOBE)

APRIL 12
UW Oshkosh Geology Student Research Presentations

APRIL 19
Celebration of Scholarship

APRIL 26 IN HALSEY ROOM 109
Dr. Joanne Tudge, UW Madison
Sediments, Ships and Subduction Zones: Deep-Sea Drilling at the Nankai Trough, Japan

MAY 3 SIGMA XI SPRING SPEAKER IN REEVE UNION THEATER ROOM 207 AT 6:00 PM
Dr. Michael Poland, USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
100 Years of Watching Hawaiian Volcanoes: What have we Learned?

FRIDAY, MAY 4 IN HARRINGTON 217
Dr. Michael Poland, USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
Balancing Kilauea's Magma Budget