Van Tuyl Lecture Series

The Van Tuyl lectures are given every Thursdays 4:00-5:00 p.m. in Berthoud Hall Room 241.

Dates Presenters
January 8 Speaker/Topic TBA
January 15 John Humphrey, Colorado School of Mines:
“Geology and Culture of Morocco - the 2014 AAPG Student Chapter Field Course in the High Atlas Mountains”
January 22 Joseph Kasprzyk, University of Colorado Boulder:
“Many Objective Analysis to Advance Decision Making for Complex Systems Undergoing Change”
January 29 Philip H. “Pete” Stark, IHS Denver:
“The Discoveries Conundrum – Where Will Tomorrow’s Oil Come From?”
February 5 Lesli Wood, Colorado School of Mines:
"Water, Water Everywhere: Mars, the "Dry" Planet"
February 12 Roger Slatt, University of Oklahoma:
“Sequence Stratigraphy, Geomechanics, Microseismicity, and Geochemistry Relationships in some Unconventional Resource Shales”
February 19 Geology & Geological Engineering Student Research Fair
February 26 Meghan Miller, UNAVCO, President/ Heiland/ Van Tuyl Joint Lecture at Green Center Metals Hall
"Geodesy Innovation for Science and Impact"
March 5 Andre Droxler, Rice University:
“Offshore Belize 1500 year Paleo Climate Record and the Demise of the Mayan Civilization”
March 12 Spring Break, No Lecture
March 19 Audrey Sawyer, Ohio State University:
“Hydrologic Speed Bumps: Heterogeneity in Water and Nutrient Exchange between Rivers and Aquifers“
March 26 Gordon Grant, Oregon State University:
“From Volcanoes to Rivers: Co-evolution of Hydrologic and Geomorphic Processes and Landscapes in the Oregon Cascades”
April 2 Ellen Currano, University of Wyoming:
Ancient Bug Bites on Ancient Plants Record Forest Ecosystem Response to Environmental Perturbations
April 9 GE Research Fair Winner TBA, Colorado School of Mines:
Topic TBA
April 16 Lee R. Kump, Penn State University:
“Oxidation of the Biosphere”


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