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Geology talks are given each year by various presenters. If you enter after the start of the talk, please try to enter as quietly as possible and avoid walking in front of the slide projector. The list of talks is preliminary and will be updated as additional talks are confirmed, so check back for updates.

If you have any questions regarding Geology talks, or if you have a suggestion for a possible speaker, contact Christine Siddoway.


Invited Talks for 2020-21 academic year:

Fall Semester Talks

Sept 24, 7pm, Professor Christine Siddoway, Colorado College Geology, "Afloat Among Icebergs: a Southern Ocean voyage and quest for new Climate Records" (Women's Educational Society seminar)

Sept 29, noon Professor Paul Myrow, Colorado College Geology, "Bedforms Under Waves, Currents, and Wind: New ideas and Applications to the Rock Record"

Oct 30 1 PM Visiting Professor Rosario Esposito, Colorado College Geology "Entering the Earth Science door through pop-culture, and discovering volcanoes inside micro bubbles"

Dec 3, 1:30 pm Professor Alexis Ault, Utah State University, "Earthquakes and slow slip documented with hematite microtextures and fault rock thermochronometry"

Spring Semester Talks

Feb 10, 3:30 PM, Riley Scholar Solomon Seyum, Colorado College Geology, "Echelon veins in limestone: what they reveal about regional stress"

March 8, 3:30 PM, Dr. Bob Raynolds,  Denver Museum of Nature and Science, “Stratigraphic studies in Colorado: Building on the work of CC Professor Richard Pearl to define new digital ways of revealing Colorado's past.”

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