Van Tuyl Lecture Series
The Van Tuyl lectures are given every Thursdays 4:00-5:00 p.m. in Berthoud Hall Room 241.
|August 21||Orientation -- Department BBQ|
|August 28||Christian Shorey, CSM: strong
"Communicating Science to the Public through Story"
|September 4|| Andre Revil, CSM, Joint Heiland/Van Tuyl:
"Deterministic and Stochastic Hydrogeophysics"
|September 11|| Navid Rafatian, BHP Billiton:
“Petrophysical Characterization of the Pore Space in Permian Wolfcamp Rocks”
|September 18||Bob Weimer Trail Tour, No Lecture|
|September 25|| Gavin Hayes, USGS:
“Mind the Gap – the Iquique, Northern Chile Earthquake Sequence of March-April 2014”
|October 2|| David Hyndman, Michigan State University:
“Using Coupled Landscape, Atmosphere, and Socioeconomic Systems Models to Examine Water Sustainability across the High Plains Aquifer”
|October 9|| Sven Egenhoff, Colorado State University
“Depositional Environments of Black Shales and The Anoxic-Dysoxic Dispute – The Williston Basin Of North Dakota, USA, During Upper Bakken Times As A Key Example”
|November 6|| Meghan Miller, UNAVCO, President, Joint Heiland/ Van Tuyl:
Green Center Metals Hall
|November 13|| Weimer Distinguished Lecturer, Dr. Scott Tinker, Director, Bureau of Economic Geology & State Geologist of TX,
Professor, Allday Endowed Chair of Subsurface Geology:
“Results of Recent 4-year U.S. Shale Gas Reserves and Production Forecast Study”
|November 20|| Roy Haggarty, Oregon State University-Geological Sciences:
|November 27||Thanksgiving Break, No Lecture|