Brown Bag Scott Johnson

BGSC 100

Microscale Stress Heterogeneities Drive Chemical and Mechanical Evolution of Rocks and Ice

He Feng Thesis Defense

BGCS 100

Rheological significance of microscale bridge zones in natural lithospheric materials Friday, September 13th, 2019 11:00 AM Bryand Global Sciences Center Room 100

Brown Bag

BGCS 100

Bradfield Lyon   Using a Lagrangian Framework to Study Historical and Projected U.S. Summer Heat Waves

Brown Bag Seminar

BGCS 100

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SCHOOL OF EARTH AND CLIMATE SCIENCES   Brown Bag Seminar  Wednesday - 12:00 noon  October 2, 2019  100 Bryand Global Sciences Center  Dom Winski  Tropical Links to High-Latitude Climate Change during the Anthropocene  

Brown Bag Seminar -Andrei Kurbatov

BGCS 100

Brown Bag Seminar  Wednesday - 12:00 noon  October 9, 2019  100 Bryand Global Sciences Center  Andrei Kurbatov A Roadmap for Recovery of the Oldest Ice Core Record from Allan Hills, […]

Brown Bag Seminar-Ed Grew

BGSC 100

Ed Grew   Minerals at the Nanoscale in the Luobusa Ophiolite, Tibet, China: Challenges in Characterizing TiB2, TiSi2, TiP, Ti10(Si,P)7 and Ti11(Si,P)10 Formed from Super-Reduced Mantle-Derived Fluids  

Speaker Series-Fidel Costa

BGSC 307

Dr. Fidel Costa Interim Director Earth Observatory of Singapore What magmatic processes and time scales drive volcanic eruptions? Thursday, October 24th, 2-3 pm, BGSC 203

Speaker Series-Doug Jerolmack

BGCS 100

Doug Jerolmack The Secret Life of Pebbles: how the history of Earth and other planets is encoded in pebble shape

Brown Bag Seminar-Seth Campbell

BGSC 100

What can englacial stratigraphy tell us about the history of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet?

UMaine Arctic Launch Event

Buchanan Alumni House, McIntire Room

UMaine Arctic Launch Event The University of Maine is an EEO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information or veteran’s status in employment, education, and all other programs and activities. The following person has been […]

What’s it like on Everest? Find out Nov. 15 from CCI/SECS researchers

Six University of Maine explorers will talk about their experiences participating in the most comprehensive scientific expedition ever conducted on Mount Everest. A free, public panel discussion, “The University of Maine’s Role in the National Geographic and Rolex’s Perpetual Planet Extreme Expedition to Mount Everest,” will be held 1:45–2:45 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, in the […]

Brown Bag Seminar-Amanda Olsen

BGSC 100

Quantifying weathering at the Rio Cupeyes NEON dry forest, Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico

Nick Whiteman Defense

BGCS 100

STRUCTURE FROM MOTION METHODOLOGY CAPTURES SEASONAL INFLUENCE ON COASTAL BLUFF EROSION AND LANDSLIDE HAZARDS IN CASCO BAY, ME.

Brown Bag Seminar

BGCS 100

Aaron Chesler, The effect of particle shape on size distribution analysis in the South Pole Ice Core and  Scott Braddock, A look into the recent history of Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica  

Brown Bag Seminar

BGCS 100

Heather Clifford Episodic Saharan dust events to the European Alps over the past 2000 years and Mike McCormick Geochemistry of the Pickett Mountain Deposit