Past events

29
Oct
2020

The Neogene evolution of the Murray Basin – a unique continental archive of tectonic, climatic and geomorphic change »

1pm 29 October 2020

Sedimentary rocks within the Murray Basin provide insight on the climatic, environmental and geomorphic evolution, including regional-scale tectonics, drainage reorganisation and the onset of now-characteristic arid climatic conditions at Murray Basin

22
Oct
2020

TerraneChron®: Past, Present, Future  »

1pm 22 October 2020

TerraneChron® approach integrates in-situ microanalysis of the U-Pb age, Hf-isotope and trace-element compositions of zircons from modern drainages, ancient sediments and targeted igneous rocks, with direct applications for cost-effective routine exploration

15
Oct
2020

The European Alps and Plate Tectonics : A rocky relationship »

1pm 15 October 2020

Although the Alps are typically used as a “fossil” convergent margin akin to modern oceanic subduction zones, we will explore the geological record which suggests instead that the Alps might be better understood in terms of continental tectonics, namely extreme intracontinental extension, ultra-slow plate separation and compression of hyper-extended continental domains and we will discuss possible consequences.

08
Oct
2020

Craton Stability: What’s Thickness (and shape) Got To Do With It.  »

1pm 8 October 2020

I will summarize the connections between craton thickness and (in)stability, the limits on craton thickness, and the consequences of long-lived, thick lithosphere.

01
Oct
2020

230Th/U burial dating of ostrich eggshell, a new chronometer for Pleistocene terrestrial strata »

1pm 1 October 2020

Measuring eggshells to constrain age for Middle-Late Pleistocene paleoanthropological sites beyond the ~50 ka 14C limit

24
Sep
2020

An overview of ENSO teleconnections  »

1pm 24 September 2020

How ENSO is projected to change in a warming world.

17
Sep
2020

Scholarly information services for RSES »

1pm 17 September 2020

Join Library staff from Hancock and Digital Scholarship as they introduce information resources available to support your research.

14
Sep
2020

StuCon2020 »

14 September 2020

The RSES virtual Student Conference 2020 (StuCon2020) will be held via zoom from the 14th to 16th of September. All at RSES are welcome!

03
Sep
2020

Characterising Earth structure from seismic data »

1pm 3 September 2020

As part of our RSES Seminar Series, please join Brian Kennett as he talks about updated models that help better our understanding of the Earth.

27
Aug
2020

Internal tide energy pathways at the coast »

1pm 27 August 2020

The turbulent dissipation and mixing associated with internal waves form a critical component of ocean physics, setting abyssal stratifications and determining the rate at which the deepest waters of the global overturning circulation rise.

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