Spring 2019 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, western end - 3rd floor seminar room
Everybody is welcome!
Friday lectures are coordinated by Edward Marshall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
18 January: Roger Buck (Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, New York, USA): "Magmatic Controls on Axial Relief and Faulting at Mid-Ocean Ridges"
25 January: Anders Schomacker (UiT, The Arctic University of Norway): "Svalbard glaciers re-advanced during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition"
1 February: Vigdís Harðardóttir (Senior Geochemist, ISOR): "Sulfides precipitating in pipelines in the Reykjanes seawater-dominated hydrothermal system SW Iceland"
8 February: Marc Weynell (Free University of Berlin, Germany): "Lithium isotope variations in rivers and lakes on the Tibetan Plateau - Implications on weathering and erosion"
15 February: Eemu Ranta (Graduate student, Nordvulk): "Fingerprinting fluid-rock interaction in carbonatites"
22 February: Gro Pedersen (Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Earth Sciences): "Hekla volcano the last 1000 years: Integrating remote sensing data, soil and vegetation data"
27 February: Sæmundur Halldórsson (Institute of Earth Sciences): "Isotopes of volatile elements and refractory metals in Icelandic basalts: evidence for early Earth processes and ancient volatile domains"
8 March: No seminar
15 March: Enikö Bali (Institute of Earth Sciences): “Fluid composition in the deepest part of the IDDP-2 bore hole based on fluid inclusions”
22 March: Joaquin Muñoz-Cobo (National Land Survey of Iceland & Institute of Earth Sciences) and
Vincent Drouhain (National Land Survey of Iceland & Institute of Earth Sciences): "Links between the National Land Survey of Iceland and IES: Sentinel-1, ArcticDEM and historical aerial photographs"
29 March: Quinten Van Der Meer (NordVulk Fellow): "Zircon megacrysts record low-δ18O domains in Zealandia´s lithospheric mantle"
5 April: Dallas Abbott (Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, New York, USA):"Aseismic Circular Regions in New England and New York: Their Relationships to Warm Springs, Heat Flow and Asthenospheric Melting"
12 April: No seminar - EGU
19 April: No seminar - Easter
26 April: No seminar
3 May: Eyjólfur Magnússon (Institute of Earth Sciences): "The development of subglacial lakes monitored with radio echo sounding: Case studies from the cauldrons of Mýrdalsjökull and the Eastern Skaftá Cauldron"
10. May: Birgir V. Óskarsson (Icelandic Institute of Natural History): "Glacio-volcanic developments within the Western Volcanic Zone during the late Pleistocene: Constraints from lithostratigraphy, degree of erosion and geochronology"