Past events

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.

29
Apr
2021

How to make a REE deposit »

1pm 29 April 2021

John Mavrogenes will talk about the process of making a REE deposit.

22
Apr
2021

My 10 year journey exploring the statistics of Earth Science data »

1pm 22 April 2021

Moran Medalist Dr Janice Scealy digging up Earth's statistics

20
Apr
2021

Monika Misztela »

4pm 20 April 2021

Final talk

15
Apr
2021

Enrichment in H2O and elevated Fe oxidation states are linked to material recycling in Izu-Bonin-Mariana lavas »

1pm 15 April 2021

In this talk, Maryjo will show how elevated water and trace element concentrations can be used to distinguish different types of basalts, and inform our understanding of subduction system.

01
Apr
2021

Climate change and mining or how mining will save the world; why the minerals industry will be a vital part of the transition to a low-CO2 future...

1pm 1 April 2021

Climate change mitigation will require a significant decrease in the CO2 emissions associated with transport and energy generation. However, the material requirements for this transition are often neglected when developing plans and policy around combating climate change.

25
Mar
2021

From small swirls up to the global ocean circulation: how ocean eddies affect the Earth’s climate »

1pm 25 March 2021

A glimpse at the ocean shows basin-scale currents accompanied with lots of smaller swirls, which we call 'eddies'.

18
Mar
2021

What do diamonds and marine calcifiers have in common?  »

1pm 18 March 2021

A medley of research topics.

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