This Week's Talks in SEES

Week of September 18, 2017

 

MONDAY

SOIL, WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT SEMINAR SERIES
Chuck Gerba and Ian Pepper. The Wild, Wild WEST.
3:00 PM, Marley 230

(Refreshments served at 2:45 p.m. outside)
See swes.cals.arizona.edu/ for talk schedule.

TUESDAY

NO TALK SCHEDULED

 

WEDNESDAY

LABORATORY OF TREE-RING RESEARCH TALKS SERIES
Kei Yamamoto, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. Iconography of the Sledge in Ancient Egyptian Funerary Art.
11:45 AM to 1:00 PM, Bannister 110
See ltrr.arizona.edu/event/talks for talk schedule.

SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT SEMINAR SERIES
Scott Bonar, USGS and University of Arizona. Turning up the heat: Effects of climate change on the fight to conserve the Southwest’s rare and spectacular fishes.
3:00-4:00 PM, ENR2 Room S107
See https://www.snre.arizona.edu/about/seminars for talk schedule.

THURSDAY

GEOSCIENCES COLLOQUIUM SERIES
Andrew Zaffos, Arizona Geological Survey. Rethinking our expectations for global biodiversity and biogeographic processes.
4:00 PM, Haury 216
(Refreshments served at 3:30 in the Gould-Simpson lobby)
See http://www.geo.arizona.edu/Colloquium1718 for talk schedule

 

HYDROLOGY AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES COLLOQUIUM SERIES
Kamini Singha, Professor, Colorado School of Mines. The critical role of trees in critical zone science: an exploration of water fluxes in the Earth's permeable skin.
4:00 - 5:00 PM, Harshbarger Room 206
(Refreshments begin at 3:30)
See http://has.arizona.edu/seminars for talk schedule.

FRIDAY

NO TALK SCHEDULED