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Geochemical Adventures at Earth’s Surface

Dr. Xiao-Ming Liu , Associate Professor and Colin McMillan Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
RUDOLPH HALL, RM 203

Colloquium: OSIRIS-REx and Near-Earth Asteroid Bennu - Returning a Sample of the Early Solar System

Dante Lauretta, Regents Professor at The University of Arizona and Principal Investigator of NASA's OSIRIS-REx Mission will present the 2022 Robert M. Walker Distinguished Lectures.
Crow Hall 201 and on Zoom

Public Lecture: Playing Tag with an Asteroid - NASA's OSIRIS-REx Mission at Asteroid Bennu

Dante Lauretta, Regents Professor at The University of Arizona and Principal Investigator of NASA's OSIRIS-REx Mission will present the 2022 Robert M. Walker Distinguished Lectures.
Whitaker Hall 100 and on Zoom

Collecting Samples of Mars: The NASA Perseverance Rover’s role in Mars Sample Return

Chris Herd, Professor, University of Alberta
Zoom

Mantle dynamics and structure from coupled geodynamic and seismological modelling

Manuele Faccenda, Dipartimento di Geoscienze, Università degli Studi di Padova, Padova, Italy
Zoom

EPS Colloquium: Kathleen Johnson

University of California, Irvine
Zoom

Waterfalls, river profiles, and the potential to obscure geologic history

Joel Scheingross, Assistant Professor, University of Nevada Reno
RUDOLPH HALL, RM 203

EPS Colloquium: Susan Natali

Arctic Program Director, Senior Scientist, Woodwell Climate Research Center
RUDOLPH HALL, RM 203

EPS Colloquium: Jessica Barnes

Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
RUDOLPH HALL, RM 203

Memorial Lectures

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences currently holds three memorial lectures each year.

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