Past events

13
Aug
2020

Mainland Australia's next volcanic eruption: Insights into future activity from volcanology, petrology, Indigenous knowledge and public...

1pm 13 August 2020

The last volcanic eruptions in mainland Australia took place around 4,500-5,000 years ago and were witnessed by Indigenous Australians.

23
Jul
2020
16
Jul
2020

Probing the structure and evolving state of three western U.S. volcanos with seismic noise »

1pm 16 July 2020

This study presents the latest progresses on seismic imaging and monitoring of three volcanos of various size and tectonic settings in the western U.S., i.e., Yellowstone, Long Valley caldera and Mount St. Helens.

09
Jul
2020

Mantle temperature, lithospheric thickness and dynamic topography: decoding the secrets of volcanic rocks »

1pm 9 July 2020

Abstract: Earth's topography is maintained by a complex interplay of tectonic forcing, isostasy and mantle convection.

25
Jun
2020

Estimating present-day Australian vertical deformation using space geodetic techniques »

1pm 25 June 2020

We live on a dynamic planet. Observations from seismic and geodetic techniques as well as modelling approaches inform our understanding of the deformation of the Earth’s surface.

27
May
2020

Susan L Cutter Seminar Series: 'Black Swans' and Seismic Risk in Megacities of SE Asia​ »

1pm 27 May 2020

The 21st century began with a remarkable series of great earthquakes occurring off Sumatra, starting with the 2004 Great Sumatra Earthquake and Indian Ocean Tsunami that caused over 220,00 deaths. While subsequent earthquakes were deadly, none resulted in fatalities on the massive scale of the 2004 event.

21
May
2020

Drought, Bushfires and Climate Change: The Hot Topic »

1pm 21 May 2020

The recent drought (2017-2019) but especially the horrific fires throughout Eastern Australia now called the Black Summer (~ August 2019-February 2020) has generated what could be called a “tipping point” in the broader Australian community discussion about climate change.

14
May
2020

Sediment geochemistry – The Dolomite Problem  »

1pm 14 May 2020

In this seminar Bree will discuss how biogeochemical signatures recorded in sediments tell us a story about Earth surface processes, environmental perturbations and past environmental conditions.

12
May
2020

RSES Virtual Morning Tea »

10.30am 12 May 2020

RSES is hosting a series of weekly themed morning teas

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