Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium



Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Sommersemester 2022
Mittwochs  | Wednesday 17.15, In person talks: Großer Hörsaal, Online talks: Zoom
Download: Programm (pdf)
Coordinator: 
Dr. David Evans
   
04.05.22 Dr. Guillaume Siron (University of Bologna) In person
"Linking fluid-rock interactions and deformation during exhumation of middle crust rocks, a case study from the Buckskin-Rawhide metamorphic core complex"
18.05.22 Dr. Kate Kiseeva (University College Cork) Online
"Oxidation state of the Earth's mantle through inclusions in diamonds"
01.06.22 Dr. Jürgen Titschack (MARUM) In person
"Cold-water coral mounds – their ecosystem, their formation and rule as carbonate factories and palaeoenvironmental archives"
22.06.22 Dr. Nadia Malaspina (Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca) In person
"Redox processes at subduction zones: a micro-scale approach"
29.06.22 Prof. Jan Peter Duda (University of Tübingen) In person
"Grow with the flow – Exploring the geobiology of ancient seepage habitats"
06.07.22 Prof. Audrey Bouvier (Universität Bayreuth) In person
"Making Earth: a recipe from meteorites?"
   


Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Wintersemester 2021/2022
Mittwochs, 17.15 Uhr
In person talks: Großer Hörsaal
Online talks: Zoom
Download: Flyer Part 2 (pdf)
Koordinator: 
Dr. David Evans
   
03.11.21 Dr Iuliana Vasiliev (Senckenberg BiK-F) In person
"Application of paleoclimate proxies in restricted basins"
10.11.21 Dr Elizabeth Sibert (Yale University) Online
"A history from the bottom of the sea: sharks, fish, microfossils and mass extinctions"
17.11.21 Dr William Gray (LSCE) Online
"Poleward shift in the Southern Hemisphere westerly winds synchronous with the deglacial rise in CO2"
24.11.21 Prof. Samuel Purkis (University of Miami) Online
"Emergent behavior and emerging methods in carbonate depositional environments"
01.12.21 Dr Thorbjörn Schönbeck (CEO Amsterdam Scientific Instruments B.V.) In person
"Industry Insights: How geoscientists accelerate the development of scientific instrumentation"
08.12.21 Prof. Virginia Toy (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz) In person
"Integrating novel virtual and real field geology teaching methods in the Rhein-Main region"
15.12.21 Dr Sebastian Steinig (University of Bristol) In person
"We come in peace: on the benefits and exciting future of integrated paleoclimate modelling"
12.01.22 Dr Julia Schultz (Bonn University) Online
"Chewing biomechanics of early mammals and their influence on the evolution of mammalian hearing"
19.01.22 Prof. Norbert Frank (Heidelberg University) Online
"The thermal history of the Atlantic mid-depth Ocean viewed from cold-water corals"
26.01.22 CANCELLED
Isobelle Genot
(Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris) Online
"Addressing some open questions on sulphur cycling in subduction zones using multiple sulphur isotopes"
02.02.22 Prof. Stefan Schmalholz (Université de Lausanne) Online
"Reactive melt migration by porosity waves and formation of olivine dehydration veins: insights from numerical studies"
09.02.22 Prof. Lucie Tajcmanova (Heidelberg University) Online/in person to be decided
"Quantication of microscale processes: From chemical zoning to long-term stress-state in continental lithosphere"
16.02.22 Sumith Abeykoon (University of Bayreuth) In person
"Oxidation of early Earth's mantle: Deuterium content and site occupancy in iron sulphide at high pressure and high temperature"
   


Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Sommersemester 2021
Mittwochs, 17.15 Uhr, Raum: Zoom!
Download: Programm (pdf)
Koordinator: 
Dr. David Evans
   
14.04.21 Dr Ralf Halama (Keele University, UK)
"Pinched between the plates: Armenia’s record of volcanism in a continental collision zone"
21.04.21 Prof. Christoph Spötl (University of Innsbruck)
"Traces in the dark: Cave sediments and their unique record of long-term terrestrial environmental change"
28.04.21 Dr Dominik Hezel (GU Frankfurt)
Umhabilitation
05.05.21 Dr Robert Nicklas (UC San Diego)
"The redox heterogeneity of the modern mantle: evidence from oceanic basalts"
12.05.21 Dr Christian Maerz (University of Leeds)
"The past, present, and future Arctic Ocean – An Earth scientist’s perspective"
19.05.21 Dr Robin Fentimen (Université de Fribourg)
"Deep-sea benthic foraminifera and their use as palaeoenvironmental indicators in cold-water coral mounds"
26.05.21 Dr Tina Lüdecke (Max Planck Institute for Chemistry (MPIC), Mainz)
"Nitrogen isotopes in tooth enamel as a novel proxy for meat consumption: Trophic level reconstruction of Early Pleistocene Australopithecus (Sterkfontein, South Africa)"
02.06.21 Prof. Maria Schönbächler (ETH Zürich)
"Building planets: Lessons from meteorites"
09.06.21 Prof. Jingao Liu (Chinese University of Geoscience)
"Plume-driven recratonization of deep continental lithospheric mantle"
30.06.21 Dr Jeremy McCormack (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
TBC
   


Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Wintersemester 2020/2021
Mittwochs, 17.15 Uhr, Raum: Zoom!
Download: Programm (pdf)
Koordinatorin: 
Dr. David Evans
   
04.11.20 Dr. Morgane Le Saout, GEOMAR, "Marine echosound: from acquisition to application"
11.11.20 Dr. Philip Staudigel, Cardiff, "Calculating fluid advection rates in carbonate sediments using calcium and clumped isotopes"
18.11.20 Dr. Miriam Reiss, GU Frankfurt, "The impact of complex volcanic plumbing on the nature of seismiciity in the developing magmatic Natron rift, Tanzania"
25.11.20 Dr. Niels Meijer, Senckenberg, "Asian dust, monsoons and westerlies during the Eocene"
02.12.20 Dr. Simon Darroch, Senckenberg, "Ancient life in moving fluids: fluid dynamics and the charcter of the Ediacaran-Cambrian transition"
09.12.20 Dr. Alexander Bartholomä (Senckenberg Wilhelmshaven), "Underwater remote sensing and seafloor characterization"
16.12.20 Dr. Megan Holycross, Cornell, "Probing Earth's deep oxygen cycle with vanadium"
13.01.21 Dr. Rachel Racicot, Senckenberg, TBC
27.01.21 Dr. Marjorie Cantine, (MIT), "Time and process in sedimentary rocks at the dawn of animal life"
03.02.21 Simon Zoppe, GU Frankfurt, "The skeletal growth of corals - How sclerochronology helps to develop (paleo)ecological insights into coral reef ecosystems"
10.02.21 Dr. Rosie Sheward, GU Frankfurt, TBC