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Field Virtual Site Seminar, Rachel Housego: Groundwater Dynamics: Methods and applications for improving predictions of environmental hazards

IMS Seminar Room (222) 3431 Arendell St, MOREHEAD CITY, NC

Abstract: Nearly 1.5 million people inhabit barrier islands along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and coastal groundwater dynamics influence the availability of freshwater, ecosystem health, pollutant transport, and flooding in these densely populated communities. However, groundwater dynamics, including the … Continued

Seminar Series – Dr. Arianna Soldati: Rheological Time Series

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

Dr. Arianna Soldati, NC State University Rheological Time Series: A New Approach to Eruption Monitoring and Dynamics Interpretation As magma temperature and composition drift and change throughout an eruption, so does its rheology. These changes may span orders of magnitude … Continued

Field Site Seminar, Sophie McCoy: Ecology of change: mechanisms of community response

IMS Seminar Room (222) 3431 Arendell St, MOREHEAD CITY, NC

Abstract: The ecological repercussions of environmental change are easily seen in macroalgal-dominated systems, which can respond quickly to changes in abiotic conditions. To describe the cophysiological links between the scales of individual response and community response, I will draw on … Continued