Spring 2006 Seminar Series
Fridays at 13:00
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.
3 February - Ingi Bjarnasson: "The Icelandic crust is not and never will be 40 km thick"
10 February - Þóra Árnadóttir: "Kinematic models of plate boundary deformation in Iceland"
17 February - Stefán Arnórsson: "Hydrothermal mineral buffers controlling reactive gas concentrations in the Olkaria geothermal system, Kenya"
24 February - Andri Stefánsson: "Metal transport by aqueous fluids in the Earth's crust"
10 March - Guðrún Larsen: "There is something about Tephra"
17 March - Jón Eiríksson: "Tephrochronological dating of palaeoceanographic changes in the northern North Atlantic reflected by North Icelandic Late-glacial and Holocene shelf records"
24 March - Magnús Tumi Guðmundsson: "Evolution and crustal structure of volcanic systems on the eastern part of the Reykjanes Peninsula"
31 March - Kate Smith: "Holocene rain-triggered tephra-remobilisation lahars in the Markarfljót, South Iceland"
21 April - Áslaug Geirsdóttir: "Glacier retreat and re-growth from lake sediments in Iceland: high-resolution constraints on North Atlantic climate change over the past 12 ka."
28 April - Sverrir Guðmundsson: "Rapid evolution of a proglacial coastal lake: 20th century changes in Jökulsárlón at Breiðamerkursandur, Vatnajökull, Iceland"
5 May - Rikke Pedersen: "Towards 4D deformation models; the northern volcanic zone"
12 May - Guðrún Gísladóttir: "Ecological disturbance and its environmental consequences"