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Audiences treated to four excellent talks at the ESLS 2019

 

View our blog summaries below from the 2019 Eminent Scholars Lecture Series.

 

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Maria Dornelas, Ph.D., speaking to the audience about gains and losses in biodiversity.

Dr. Maria Dornelas presented “Gains and losses of biodiversity”

View the blog entry here.

 

 

 

 

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Sean Gulick, Ph.D., describes to the audience the rock content found in the drill cores of the Chicxulub crater.

Dr. Sean Gulick presented “Life and death by impact:  Drilling for clues”

View the blog entry here.

 

 

 

 

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Tina van De Flierdt, Ph.D., speaks to the crowd during her seminar on past, and future, global warming events.

Dr. Tina van De Flierdt presented “Drilling back to the future:  Secrets hidden in the chemistry of ancient dirt”

View the blog entry here.

 

 

 

 

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Andrew Thompson, Ph.D., describes ocean circulation around Antarctica and the fate of the ice sheets.

Dr. Andrew Thompson presented “Enemy at the gates:  Ocean circulation and the fate of Antarctic ice sheets”

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