The Geology and Geophysics group (G&G) in CEOAS works actively with researchers in other disciplines in the college, as well as with many national and international colleagues.

Teaching and Research Faculty

Sherm Bloomer, Ed Brook, Christo Buizert, Peter Clark, JC Creveling, Shan de Silva, Emily Eidam, Matthew Goslin, Randy Keller, Pat Kennelly, Adam Kent, Kevin Konrad, Anthony Koppers, Stephen Lancaster, Andrew Meigs, Tuba Özkan-Haller, Erin Pettit, Peter Ruggiero, Adam Schultz, Pieter-Ewald Share, Alyssa Shiel, Frank Sousa, Ben Stanley, Joe Stoner, Pam Sullivan, Brian Tattitch, Frank Tepley, Mo Walczak, Kathleen Wendt, Greg Wilson, David Wrathall, Kaplan Yalcin, Rebecca Yalcin

Spring 2024 Geology & Geophysics Seminar

Thursdays from 4 to 5 p.m. in Burt Hall, Room 193
Coffee/tea/treats 3:30 to 4 p.m. in the Burt foyer!
Everyone is welcome.

  • April 4, Yeats Chair Candidate #2
    See announcements from search committee.
  • April 11, Agostina Chiodi (OSU)
    Is geothermal power the missing piece of a renewable future? A perspective from Argentina
  • April 18, Kristin Sweeney (University of Portland)
    Topographic and climatic controls on the fluvial erosion of volcanic debris avalanches
  • April 25, Walter Báez (OSU)
    Unraveling the enigmatic nature of Pyroclastic Density Currents: unusual eruptive styles and complex flow dynamics revealed through facies analysis of pyroclastic deposits
  • May 2, Jonathan Allen and Jason McClaughry (DOGAMI)
    Mapping Oregon’s Geology, Landforms and Geoprocesses: Bridging Applied Research and Management Needs in Oregon
  • May 9, Kristin Timm (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
    Kristin Timm is an expert in science and environmental communication. She studies the role of communication— including the messengers, messages, and processes—used to address complex environmental issues, such as global climate change.
  • May 16, Julia Rosen (Science Journalist)
    Julia Rosen is an award-winning journalist (and 2023 OSU Alumni Fellow!) covering science and the environment from Portland, Oregon. Julia writes about how the word works and how humans are changing it. Her work as appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Science, and many other publications.
  • May 23, Dan Stillwell (Virginia Tech)
    Autonomous robots for coastal mapping
  • May 30, TBD
  • June 6, Dale Burns (Stanford)
    Andesites and the evolution of continental crust: Perspectives from the Central Volcanic Zone of the Andes