Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the Spring 2021 School of Earth and Space Exploration Colloquium Series.
Colloquia take place at 3:30 p.m. virtually as a webinar.
For more information, please contact Professor Ariel Anbar, colloquium committee chair.
Recordings of presentations are linked from the talk titles and answers to student questions can be found below under Supplementary Materials. Schedules, speakers, and materials from previous semesters' Colloquia are accessible on the archive page.
|Core Formation on Earth and Mars|
|Jan 27||Natalie Batalha||University of California Santa Cruz||Prelude to NASA's Next Great Observatory: Orchestrating a New Epoch of Exoplanet Exploration with Webb|
|Feb 3||Steve Reynolds||ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration||Mesozoic Evolution of Western Arizona and Southeastern California|
|Feb 10||Richard Pitt||University of California San Diego||Family Matters: The Impact of Family on Postdoctoral Attrition From the Academy|
|Feb 17||SESE student presentations||ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration||Equity in the Academic Sciences|
|Feb 24||Adina Paytan||University of California Santa Cruz||Corals on Acid - The Impact of Ocean Acidification on Corals and Coral Reefs|
|Mar 3||SESE grad students||ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration||Edward Buie II, John Morgan Christoph, Gregory Vance|
|Mar 10||David Brain||University of Colorado||Do Habitable Worlds Require Magnetic Fields?|
|Mar 17||SESE postdocs||ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration||Parke Loyd, Hayden Miller|
|Mar 24||Michael Line||ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration||The Worlds Way Out There|
|Mar 31||Nancy Riggs||Northern Arizona University||When Plates Collide: Turning Boring Beaches to Violent Volcanoes|
|April 7||Mars 2020 Perseverance Panel||JPL and ASU||Aaron Stehura (JPL), Jim Bell (ASU), Meenakshi Wadhwa (ASU)|
|April 14||Naomi Levin||University of Michigan||
Rare and Overlooked, but Mighty: Developing 17O for the Paleoclimate Toolkit
|April 21||Jan Amend||University of Southern California||The Marine Deep Subsurface Biosphere: Team-Science Discoveries Over the Last Decade|
Supplementary Materials (Spring 2021)
|Colloquium Questions Answered|
|2/3/21 Steve Reynolds "Mesozoic Evolution of Western Arizona and Southeastern California" talking points|
|2/10/21 Richard Pitt "Family Matters: The Impact of Family on Postdoctoral Attrition From the Academy" talking points and answers to student questions|
2/17/21 SESE students (in order of presentations):
|2/24/2021 Adina Paytan "Corals on Acid - The Impact of Ocean Acidification on Corals and Coral Reefs" talking points and answers to student questions|
3/3/2021 SESE graduate students (in order of presentations):
John Morgan Christoph “Space Weathering on Metallic Asteroids: Insights from Laboratory Experiments” answers to student questions
|3/10/21 David Brain "Do Habitable Worlds Require Magnetic Fields?" talking points|
3/17/21 SESE postdocs:
Parke Loyd “Adrift in a Tempest: Observing Space Weather Conditions for Earth-Like Planets around Red Dwarf Stars" answers to student questions
Hayden Miller “Elucidating the History of the Moon’s Surface - High Spatial Resolution 40Ar/39Ar Geochronology of Multigenerational Lunar Impact Melt Rocks” talking points and answers to student questions
|3/24/21 Michael Line "The Worlds Way Out There" answers to student questions|