Past events

24
Jun
2021

Diversifying Oceanography: The Coastal Ocean Environment Summer School in Ghana »

1pm 24 June 2021

Brian, Paige and Ebenezer will share their experience in developing Coastal Ocean Environment Summer School in Ghana.

17
Jun
2021

The status and next steps of event attribution in Climate Science »

1pm 17 June 2021

This talk will discuss on extreme event attribution, a new field in climate science.

10
Jun
2021

AusSeabed: Making seabed mapping data easily accessible  »

1pm 10 June 2021

This presentation highlights current progress and forward plan of seabed mapping in Australia.

03
Jun
2021

What First Row Transition Elements can tell us about the lithological make-up of the mantle »

1pm 3 June 2021

Using First Row Transition Elements (FRTEs) to study mantle heterogeneity which controls petrological and geochemical differences of erupted mafic lavas worldwide

29
May
2021

When Did Earth Become Habitable  »

12.45pm 29 May 2021

Exploring different assumptions on understanding the rock records to infer when and how life arose

27
May
2021

Redox Revolutions - Earth and Beyond »

1pm 27 May 2021

Explore how solid Earth evolution modulates oxygenation of Earth's surface environment with implication on searching for life outside Earth

25
May
2021

Sediment subduction: geochemical implications for the sub-arc mantle »

4pm 25 May 2021

Sediment subduction: geochemical implications for the sub-arc mantle

20
May
2021

Alternate careers in geology? The collector's market for rocks, minerals, and fossils  »

1pm 20 May 2021

Exploring the history of natural history market.

13
May
2021

Seismic ocean thermometry using land-based seismometers and hydrophones  »

1pm 13 May 2021

Using travel time change of acoustic waves to infer ocean temperature changes

06
May
2021

Monsoons, Megadroughts and Migration: Paleo Perspectives from Southeast Asian Cave Records »

1pm 6 May 2021

Mick will report evidence from cave stalagmite climate records and what they can tell us about the impact of ocean atmospheric teleconnections on rainfall history which leads to disruptions of ancient civilizations in mainland Southeast Asia.

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