EASC Seminar Series

The Earth Sciences Department hosts an ongoing seminar series in the Spring (Jan-Apr) and Fall (Sept-Dec) semesters of each year.

Speakers for the Spring EASC Seminar Series are nearly set (please see below). All talks, unless otherwise noted, are on Thursdays from 2:30-3:30 p.m. hosted online. Sorry - you'll have to supply your coffee and cookies until we return to in-person presentations!

If you are interested in giving a presentation to the department, please contact Dr. Dan Marshall.

Fall 2021 Series

September, 16

Braden Walsh
PDF Earth Sciences

"Using active seismic sources to estimate the properties of volcanic phenomena"
Host: Glyn Williams-Jones

September, 23 Craig Hart
CIM Distinguished Lecturer

"Linking Cordilleran Lithospheric Architecture to Mineral Deposits"
Host: Dan Marshall
September, 30

No seminar this week
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Ocbober, 14

David Lentz
University of New Brunswick
International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits (IAGOD)
International Distinguished Lecturer for 2020-22

"Analysis of Highly Fractionated Felsic Systems Associated with Sn-W-Mo Deposits: Examination of Dynamic Thermal Constraints"
Host: Dan Marshall

October, 28 Steve Piercey
Memorial University

"Contrasting Au deposit types in Appalachian ophiolitic rocks"
Host: Dan Marshall
November, 4

Susanne Fietz
SFU Earth Sciences PhD Candidate

"Translating Point Bars - The Muddy Ducklings of Fluvio-Tidal Channels"
Host :James MacEachern

November, 11

No seminar this day
Remembrance Day

 Friday, November 12 at 11:00 AM Chen Zhu
Indiana University Bloomington

"Watershed-Scale Hydrological Models as a Community CyberPlatform
for Research, Teaching, and Service to Society"
Host: Dan Marshall
November, 18 Will McKenzie
SFU Earth Sciences PhD Candidate

"The Tectono-metamorphic evolution of the Kluane Basin, SW Yukon"
Host: Dan Gibson
November , 25 Bill Fischer
SFU Earth Sciences PhD Candidate

"The Cu-(Ag-Au) A.M. Breccia Pipe: A Well-Defined Tourmaline Breccia Pipe of the Canadian Cordillera. A Case Study for Utilizing Tourmaline and Breccia Pipes as Exploration Vectors"
Host: Dan Marshall