Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium

Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Sommersemester 2020
Mittwochs, 17.15 Uhr, Raum: Zoom!
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Dr. David Evans
20.05.20 Dr. Laura Cotton (University of Portsmouth), "Shallow marine ecosystem response to climate change"
27.05.20 Dr. Elisa Bonnin (University of Göttingen), "Testing the effect of crystal growth rate on foraminiferal calcite microchemistry using Sr/Ca of individual day/night bands"
10.06.20 Prof. Ethan Baxter (Boston College), "The Record of Dehydration as Preserved in Garnet"
17.06.20 Dr. Karen Smit (Gemological Institue of America), "What natural diamonds can tell us about how continents are formed"
24.06.20 Dr. Robin Dwason (University of Massachusetts Amherst), "Dinosaus: Hot blooded? Check clumped isotopes an see"
01.07.20 Dr. Philipp Huke (University of Göttingen), "How to find a second 'habitable planat' - Instrumental Challenges in astrophysics"
08.07.20 Dr. Sebastian Tappe (University of Johannesburg), "Geodynamics of Kimberlites on a Cooling Earth"
15.07.20 Prof. Andrew Smye (Penn State), "Differentiation of continental crust during extension"

Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Wintersemester 2019/2020
Mittwochs, 17.15 Uhr, Raum: 1.101 Kleiner Hörsaal, Altenhöferallee 1, 60438 Frankfurt am Main
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Dr. David Evans
23.10.19 Prof. Sally Gibson (Cambridge), "The role of ‘shallow’ sub-continental mantle in deep Earth volatile cycles"
30.10.19 Dr. Jens Grimmer (KIT Karlsruhe), "The Upper Rhine Graben: Geological overview, neotectonics and thermal perspectives"
20.11.19 Dr. Michael Henehan (GFZ Potsdam), "Rapid Ocean acidification and Protracted Earth System Recovery after the Cretaceous-Palaeogene Impact Event"
27.11.19 Prof. Alan Butcher (Geological Survey of Finland), "A breakthrough in the understanding of ore deposits – by upscaling of 2D mineralogical information to 3D volumes via a multi-scale, multi-modal, multi-dimensional & multi-skilled workflow approach"
04.12.19 Dr. Niels de Winter (VU Brussels), "Snapshot of climate variability - Improving methods for tracing seasonal and sub-annual variability in deep time using skeletal hardparts"
11.12.19 Avishai Abbo (HUJI), "Tracing 500 m.y. of Continental crustal evolution in the East Mediterranean area from South Israel to the Balkan"
18.12.19 Dr. Faezeh Mahichi (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University), "A Journey from Nano World to Macro Reality; How a Biologist Became a Researcher and Educator of Environmental Sustainability"
15.01.20 Prof. Neil Mancktelow (ETH Zürich), "Interplay between fracture and flow during shear localization in the middle and lower continental crust"
22.01.20 Prof. Vincenzo Stagno (Department of Earth Sciences, Sapienza University of Rome), "Mobility of CO2-bearing magmas in Earth’s interior and the carbon cycle"
29.01.20 Arne Ulfers (Leibniz Institut für Angewandte Geophysik), "Paleoenvironmental indications and cyclostratigraphic studies on lacustrine sediments obtained from geophysical downhole logging data - Lake Towuti (Indonesia) and Lake Ohrid (Macedonia/Albania)"
05.02.20 Prof. Wolfgang Bach (Bremen), "Fluid flow and fluid-rock reactions within the ocean crust and implications for the deep biosphere"

Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Sommersemester 2019
Mittwochs, 17.15 Uhr, Raum: 1.101 Kleiner Hörsaal, Altenhöferallee 1, 60438 Frankfurt am Main
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Dr. David Evans
22.05.19 Dr. Ruth Keppler, Univeristat Bonn, "Crystallographic preferred orientations in eclogites - Understanding subduction zones through deformational history and seismic investigation"
12.06.19 Dr. Michael Marks, Universität Tübingen, "Alkali magmatic rocks and carbonatites in SW Germany"
19.06.19 Lars Dohmen, Schott AG Mainz, Berufskolloquium Geowissenschaften, Vortrag für Studierende über mögliche Berufsfelder von Geowissenschaftlern*innen
26.06.19 Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln, MARUM Bremen, "Cold-water coral mounds in the Atlantic Ocean"
03.07.19 Prof. Jonathan Erez, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, "Marine calcification: Novel mechanisms and their geochemical implications"

Geowissenschaftliches Kolloquium Wintersemester 2018/2019
Mittwochs, 17.15 Uhr, Raum: 1.101 Kleiner Hörsaal, Altenhöferallee 1, 60438 Frankfurt am Main
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Dr. Jolien Linckens
17.10.18 Prof. Dr. Eoghan Reeves, University of Bergen, Norway: "Abiotic Methane in Seafloor Hot Springs: A Synthesis of Experimental and Field Observations."
24.10.18 Dr. Melanie Sieber, Australian National University: "Experimental investigation of the fluid driven carbonation of serpentinites and spinel-peridotites: implications for the carbon and trace element cycle in the forearc region of the mantle wedge."
07.11.18 Dr. Diederik Liebrand, MARUM, University of Bremen: "Astronomical climate and cryosphere forcing during the Oligocene and early Miocene."
14.11.18 Dr. Edmund Hathorne, GEOMAR, Kiel: "Environmental change recorded by trace metals in coral skeletons."
21.11.18 Dr. Rudy Swennen, KU Leuven, Belgium: "Hydrothermal dolomites: complex reservoir systems revealed by reservoir analogues."
28.11.18 Prof Dr. Alexander Krot, Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology: "First solids formed in the Solar System."
05.12.18 Prof. Dr. Domingo Aerden, University of Granada, Spain: "Integrated 3D microstructural analysis and radiometric dating of syntectonic crystals: a holistic approach to orogenesis."
12.12.18 Berufskolloquium: Dr. Sebastian Weber, Sächsisches Landesamt für Umwelt, Landwirtschaft und Geologie
19.12.18 Michelle Müller & Prof. Dr. Scholz, Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Frankfurt: "Wolf Event 2.0 - Von der Paläontologie zum Artenschutz"
16.01.19 Prof. Dr. Dave Mattey, Royal Holloway University of London, England: "Climate instability and atmospheric circulation during the last glacial period: evidence from Gibraltar speleothem archives"
23.01.19 Dr. Martha1 und PD Dr. Scholz2, 1Natural History Museum, London und 2Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Frankfurt: "Biomineralisation der Bryozoen - neue Ergebnisse aus dem Golf von Aden"
06.02.19 Dr. Joseph Doetsch, ETH Zürich: "Reservoir Stimulation Experiments at the Grimsel Test Site in Preparation for Geothermal Projects in Crystalline Rock"
13.02.19 Prof. Dr. Armin Zeh, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT): "Zircons of the Bushveld Complex (South Africa): Indicators for Paleoproterozoic crust-mantle processes, magma chamber evolution, and global geodynamics."