Fall 2022 Seminar Series
Fridays at 12:30 - 13:15
Friday seminars of Institute of Earth Sciences and Nordic Volcanological Center
Meeting room: Building of Natural Sciences, Askja - room 132
Everybody is welcome!
Friday lectures are coordinated by Edward Marshall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
16 September: Jón Ólafsson (Professor Emeritus, IES):
"The North Atlantic CO2 Sink"
23 September: Steve Nelson (Brigham Young University, USA):
"A summary of the rates and mechanisms of erosion in Hawai'i with examples of their importance"
30 September: Mark Torres (Rice University, USA):
""Rivers flow not past, but through" a fluvial perspective on Earth’s elemental cycles"
21 October: Celine Mandon (Postdoc, NordVulk):
"Trace element transport in volcanic gases at Vulcano, Italy"
28 October: Aude Vincent (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, IES):
"Reclaiming the memory of pioneer female geologists 1800–1929"
18 November: Skafti Ingimarsson (Postdoc, UI Institute of History):
"The 1257 Samalas Eruption and the Fall of the Icelandic Chieftain System"
25 November: Eemu Ranta (Postdoc, Department of Geosciences and Geography, University of Helsinki): "Constraining the volatile budgets of intrusive and extrusive magmatism in Iceland"
2 December: Rebecca Jackson (Postdoc, Copenhagen University, GEUS, Denmark):
"The timing and magnitude of oceanic regime shifts south of Iceland since MIS 3"
9 December: Páll Einarsson (Emeritus, IES):
"Three types of seismic tremor associated with activity of the subglacial Grímsvötn volcano"