Monday, November 13, 2017. 4 - 5 pm, Burt 193. Student Seminar: 1> Shannon Riley (OS, UG) “Interactions of Euphausiid Distributions in the Eastern Tropical Pacific with the Oxygen Minimum Zone” 2> Theresa Fritz-Endres (OEB, PhD) “Using planktonic foraminifera for paleoclimate reconstructions in active depositional environments”
Tuesday, November 14, 2017. 12 – 1 pm, Burt 193. Geography Symposium:
Bo Zhao -"Building an Open Framework for Digital Storytelling with Web Maps" and Anne Nolin - "Snow Hydrology in a Changing World"
Wednesday, November 15, 2017. GIS Day! All day in Strand
Wednesday, November 15, 2017. 4 - 5 pm, Owen 103. Economics of Water Seminar: Adell Amos, J.D., University of Oregon School of Law. “Flexible Responses in Water Law and Policy“
Thursday, November 16, 2017. 4 - 5 pm, Burt 193. G&G Seminar: Maureen Walczak, Oregon State University. "Using state ship days for science and education: What REU students can tell us about the Missoula floods and other aspects of the Columbia River over the last ~20 ka"
What links place, time, people, and their environments? GEOGRAPHY!!
The Geography program at OSU will be celebrating GEOGRAPHY AWARENESS WEEK and GIS DAY on Wednesday, November 15 with numerous activities throughout the day that highlight the importance of Geography in understanding our dynamic human-environment relationship. Join us as we explore these relationships through the OmniGlobe, Augmented Reality Sandbox and Virtual Reality as well as focused talks and workshops. Activities take place from 9 AM – 5 PM at various locations across campus.
For the detailed schedule: http://ceoas.oregonstate.edu/gaw/
Seminar on Thursday, November 16, 2017. 3:30 - 4:30 pm, Library Seminar Room: Guin Library, HMSC. Olivia Lee, International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks. “Younger & Thinner - perspectives on meaningful metrics for tracking Arctic sea ice”
There will be a live broadcast of the Thursday Seminar via Adobe Connect.
You can find past seminars online.
“Inner Shelf” field experiment on R/V Oceanus off San Luis Obispo, California. The project is to study the exchange of water, energy, and materials across the “inner shelf,” the region between the breaking-wave surfzone and the deep continental shelf. Twenty oceanographic moorings were installed and an undulating underwater vehicle, the BAT, was towed to study the circulation and water properties in a region off San Luis Obispo and Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. Co-PIs on the project are Jack Barth and Jim Lerczak. Jim Moum’s group designed and built some new turbulence sensors that were deployed on the moorings and the BAT.