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Geological and Environmental Sciences

Spring 2020

Here you will find the latest schedule for our GEOS Seminar Series. Talks are free, open to the public, and students are highly encouraged to attend. The talks are often recorded, and links to the videos on the GEOS department YouTube channel are usually posted within a few days. For more information contact the GEOS department office at 530-898-5262 or by email at geos@csuchico.edu.

 Seminar Schedule

Monday
Jan. 27
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Sandrine Matiasek, Professor, Geological & Environmental Sciences, CSU, Chico
Biofiltration of urban stormwater: lessons learned from the long-term monitoring of a bioswale.
YouTube Link
Wednesday
Feb. 26
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Scott Lindvall, Richard H. Jahns Distinguished Lecturer, Lettis Consultants International
Crossing the San Andreas Fault: Improving the Resilience of the Los Angeles Aqueduct System
YouTube Link
Monday
March 2
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Carlie Pietsch, Geology Department, San Jose State University
The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
YouTube Link
Monday
March 23
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Gerry Griesel, Senior Geologist, Carlin Trend, Barick Gold
Structural Controls on Gold Mineralization, Carlin Trend Nevada
 
Monday
March 30
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Will Halligan, Hydrogeologist, Luhdorff and Scalmanini Consulting Engineers
The Sustainable Management Act (SGMA): How the Act is impacting water resources management in California
 
Monday
April 13
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Amy Robson (Geology, 2019), Cameron Cole, LLC; Cara Tamcke (Env. Sci., 2019), CN Utilities Consulting; Trinity Stirling (Geology and Env. Sci., 2015), Plumas County Environmental Health; Roy Hull (Geology, 2009), Department of Water Resources
Panel Discussion on Preparing for a Career in Geology and Environmental Science
 
Monday
April 20
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Laura Rademacher, University of Pacific
Desert springs: the key to unlocking the relationships between geology, hydrology, and ecology, a case from the Basin and Range
 
Monday
April 27
1:00PM
PHSC 202
Brandi Reese, Texas A&M Corpus Christie and NOAA
Wanted dead or alive: On the hunt for microbes below the ocean floor
 
Monday
May 4
1:00PM
PHSC 202
GEOS Students, CSU Chico
Research Updates in Environmental Science and Geology
 

*Special location: Bradley 2 in "The Social East" (at 1400 W 3rd St at Walnut)