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Seminars & Lectures

WSU/UI Earth Science Seminar

Feb 14, 2019—John Dilles, Oregon State University: “Magmatic processes that produce porphyry copper deposits:  from batholith formation to anhydrite, apatite and zircon mineralogy.”  

Feb 28, 2019—Andrew Laskowski, Montanta State University: What Created the Southern Tibetan Plateau Drainage Divide? Tectonics of the Gangdese Range and Interactions with the Yarlung River”                                

Mar 21, 2019—Jens Hegg, University of Idaho: The Geology of Migrations: How isotopes and ear bones reveal fish ecology and movement”

Apr 4, 2019—Mark Schmitz, Boise State University: Bringing Deep Time into Focus: New developments in high-precision geochronology and their impact across Earth Sciences

Location: Webster Physical Science Building, Room 11


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Lane Family Lecture in Environmental Science

The Lane Family Lecture in Environmental Science is endowed by a gift from L.W. “Bill” Lane and his wife Jean.

More about the Lane Family Lecture

The School of the Environment, with support from the Lane Family Lectureship Endowment in Environmental Science, WSU Environmental Science Club, College of Arts and Sciences, and College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences are happy to host Dr. Paul Auerbach.
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