Seminars

Fall 2021 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 (edmarshall@hi.is)

1 October: Freysteinn Sigmundsson et al. (Nordic Volcanological Center, Institute and Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland): "Askja volcano: deformation history since 1966 and present unrest" - on zoom only!

8 October: Aude Vincent (Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Iceland): "Proglacial and Subglacial Aquifers in South-East Iceland: New Field Data and Numerical Models to Characterise their Evolution under Climate Change" - on zoom only!

16 October: Rosie P. Cole (Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Iceland): "Building a lab-scale volcanic fissure to model thermal focusing and conduit development" - CANCELLED!

22 October: Samuel Scott (Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Iceland): "Bayesian calibration of a natural state geothermal reservoir model, Krafla, north Iceland" - on zoom only!

29 October: Andrea Ricci (Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Iceland): "Equilibrium and kinetic controls on molecular hydrogen abundance and isotope fractionation in hydrothermal fluids"

5 November: Tom Winder (Research Associate, University of Cambridge, UK): "Migrating earthquake swarms between Askja and Herðubreið: strike-slip tectonics, stress triggering, and transient aseismic slip events" - on zoom only!

12 November: Stefan Peters (Postdoctoral Researcher, IES): "Lithophile element constraints on Earth’s late accretion of asteroidal materials"

19 November: Oliver Lamb (NRC Research Associate, UNC at Chapel Hill): "Key acoustic observations from the Fagradalsfjall fissure eruption with implications for shallow eruptive processes"

3 December: Rosie Cole (Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, IES): "Building a lab-scale volcanic fissure to model thermal focusing and conduit development"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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