Indiana University Bloomington

Spring 2005 Colloquia

January 24
Victor Bense, Geological Sciences, IU Bloomington
The hydraulic properties of faults: faults as seals, faults as channels

January 27
Ralph Milliken, Brown University
Brown Bag: Ice-rich deposits and climate change: Evidence for recent glacial periods on Mars

January 31
Liliana Lefticariu, Geological Sciences, IU Bloomington
Gypsum-anhydrite transition: a source of water during diagenesis?

February 3
Brandy Anglen, Geological Sciences, IU Bloomington
Brown Bag: A summer of geological research in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica

February 7
Ross Hill (Tudor Speaker), Chevron
Seismic Imaging of Complex Geological Structures

February 21
Don Siegel, Syracuse University
The Isotopic Characterization of Large Peatlands: A key to Hydrology and Biochemical Cycling of Carbon

February 24
J. Robert Dodd, Geological Sciences, IU Bloomington
Brown Bag: Rhinos, Rifts, and Rocks of Tanzania - A Geological Travelog

February 28
Jeffrey Over, State University of New York College at Geneseo
Upper Devonian Mass Extinction and the Frasnian-Famennian Boundary in Eastern North America

March 7
Yifeng Wang, Sandia National Laboratories
Biogeochemical modeling of heavy metal transport in subsurface environments: Coupling transport, microbial metabolism and

April 11
Grant Garven, Johns Hopkins University
Hot Fluids, Sea Floor Hydrogeology, and Formation of the World's Largest Zinc Deposit at Red Dog, Alaska

April 18
Caleb Schiff, Geological Sciences, IU Bloomington
Width and oxygen isotopic composition of tree rings as proxy for recent Southern Indiana climate