Geokolloquium Wintersemester 2019/20

Das aktuelle Programm im Wintersemester 2019/20 als PDF



24. Oktober 2019

How new deep-sea measurements change turbidity current models

Dr. Matthieu Cartigny
(Durham University - UK)

Invited by: Anne Bernhardt


31. Oktober 2019

The co-evolution of glaciers and mountains

Dr. Leif Anderson
(GFZ Potsdam)

Invited by: Dirk Scherler


7. November 2019

Geosciences in interdisciplinary projects deciphering our history:
Case study and documentary

Prof. Dr. Mayke Wagner
(Deutsches Archäologisches Institut)

Invited by: Pavel Tarasov

14. November 2019

Marine water-rock interaction traced by Si isotopes - from the Archean to the modern ocean

Dr. Sonja Geilert
(GEOMAR - Kiel)

Invited by: Esther Schwarzenbach

21. November 2019

Eclogites as archives of mantle temperature and redox evolution

Dr. Sonja Aulbach
(Goethe Universität Frankfurt)

Invited by: Lena Noack

28. November 2019

The subsurface ocean of Enceladus: A habitable place in our solar system

Prof. Dr. Frank Postberg
(Freie Universität Berlin)

Invited by: Serge Shapiro

 5. Dezember 2019

Fundamental links between deformation and chemical change

Prof. Dr. John Wheeler
(University of Liverpool - UK)

Invited by: Mark Handy

 12. Dezember 2019

How wide was the Alpine Ocean?

Prof. Dr. Eline Le Breton
(Freie Universität Berlin)

Invited by: Mark Handy

 19. December 2019

Subduction zone magmatism: from slab to ores

Prof. Dr. Jon Blundy
(University of Bristol - UK)

Invited by: Lena Noack

 9. Januar 2020

Was calcification of reef corals during the Neogene lower than today?

Prof. Dr. Thomas Brachert
(Universität Leipzig)

Invited by: Georg Heiß

 16. Januar 2020

Integrated modeling of the surface-deep Earth processes coupling: pitfalls and goals

Prof. Dr. Pietro Sternai
(Universitá degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

Invited by: Mark Handy


 23. Januar 2020

Interstellar dust analysed by the Cassini and Stardust space missions

Prof. Dr. Mario Trieloff
(Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)

Invited by: Frank Postberg

 30. Januar 2020

Hydrothermal alteration in the Oman ophiolite

Dr. Michelle Harris
(University of Plymouth - UK)

Invited by: Esther Schwarzenbach

 6. Februar 2020

A geochemical perspective to coral bleaching events

Dr. Juan Pablo D'Olivo
(Freie Universität Berlin)

Invited by: Georg Heiß

13. Februar 2020

Sulfur cycling processes from mid-ocean ridges to subduction zones

Prof. Dr. Esther Schwarzenbach
(Freie Universität Berlin)

Invited by: Timm John