SES's Climate, Water and Environment Mini-Symposium
The School of Earth Sciences' Division of Climate, Water and Environment will hold a Mini-Symposium. Four faculty in the division will present talks. The talks are aimed at presenting the state of the science in each of the respective faculty's area of expertise followed by a 7 minute discussion period. We hope to see you at the mini-symposium.
Friday November 8, 2013 from 2:30-4:30 pm
Mendenhall Laboratory Room 291
2:30-2:35 Introductory remarks: Prof. Andrea Grottoli
2:35 - 2:55 Mike Wilkins, Assistant Professor in SES
"Life at the micron scale: understanding microbial functions in natural environments"
2:55 - 3:15 Motomu Ibaraki, Associate Professor in SES
3:15 - 3:35 Susan Welch, Research Scientist in SES
"The impact of anthropogenic bioturbation on the geochemistry of Mirror Lake"
3:40 - 4:15pm Keynote lecture: Mazeika Sullivan, Assistant Professor in the SENR
"The Ties that Bind: Energetic Linkages between Land and Water:
A schedule above is subject to change.
Bagels with cream cheese and coffee will be served.