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Past Events – Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences

Seminar: Jane Hammarstrom, USGS

UNC-CH's Department of Earth, Marine, and Environmental Sciences is proud to host a guest seminar by Jane Hammarstrom. This event is scheduled for Friday, April 1st, at 12:30 pm. This seminar is in person and will be broadcasted live online … Continued

Seminar: Dr. Pranoti Asher, AGU Ethics & Equity

UNC-CH's Department of Earth, Marine, and Environmental Sciences is proud to host a guest seminar by Dr. Pranoti Asher. This event is scheduled for Friday, April 22nd, at 12:30 pm. This seminar is in person and will be broadcasted live … Continued

Seminar: Dr. Greg Dusek, NOAA

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

UNC-CH's Department of Earth, Marine, and Environmental Sciences is proud to host a guest seminar by Dr. Greg Dusek. This event is scheduled for Friday, August 26th, at 2:30 pm in Mitchell 005. This seminar is in person and will … Continued

Field Site Seminar, Hans Paerl: Global proliferation of harmful cyanobacterial blooms: What can we do about controlling it?

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

Abstract: Cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (CyanoHABs) are a major threat to environmental and human health along the freshwater to marine continuum. As global proliferation of CyanoHABs continues to increase in prevalence, intensity, and toxicity, it is important to identify and … Continued

EMES Fall Seminar: Hector Lamadrid

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

Kinetics of carbonation reaction of ultramafic rocks:  A geologist baby steps towards the energy transition  Host: Kennet Flores Serpentinization and carbonation of ultramafic rocks play an important role in the deep volatile cycle on Earth due to the subduction of hydrothermally … Continued

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

EMES Fall Seminar: Arianna Soldati

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

Rheological time series: A New Approach to Eruption Monitoring and Dynamics Interpretation North Carolina State University Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences As magma temperature and composition drift and change throughout an eruption, so does its rheology. These changes may span … Continued