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Wintersemester 17/18

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26. Oktober 2017

How do erosion, tectonics, mantle flow and climate combine to shape the surface of the 
Earth: insights from numerical modeling used to interpret a broad range of geological

 Prof. Dr. Jean Braun
(GFZ Potsdam & Universität Potsdam) 

Invited by: Anne Bernhardt


2. November 2017

CO2 aus Industrieprozessen - Brauchen wir doch Carbon, Capture and Storage (CCS)?

Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Kümpel
(Leibnitz Universität Hannover) 

Invited by: Serge Shapiro



16. November 2017

Fast processes as geotechnical bentonite barriers - results of the ABM-II test at Äspö, Sweden

Dr. Reiner Dohrmann
(BGR Hannover)

Invited by: Ralf Milke 



16. November 2017

Why Greenland melts: a Geo-Bio perspective

Prof. Dr. Liane G. Benning
(GFZ Potsdam & Freie Universität Berlin)


Invited by: Andreas Winkler



30. November 2017

The application of the Mössbauer effect in Mineralogy

Prof. Dr. Georg Amthauer
(University of Salzburg - Austria) 

Invited by: Susan Schorr



7. Dezember 2017

Reconstruction of the earliest habitats on Earth: insights from trace elements and 
radiogenic isotopes

Dr. Sebastian Viehmann
(University of Vienna - Austria)

Invited by: Elis Hoffmann



14. Dezember 2017

Apatite geochemistry as a tool for evaluation of Martian abiotic environment composition

Prof. Dr. Ewa Słaby
(Academy of Sciences Warsaw - Poland)

Invited by: Ralk Milke 


21. Dezember 2017

Slippin‘ and slidin‘ : capturing the Earth in motion below the seafloor

Prof. Dr. Michael Strasser
(University of Innsbruck - Austria)

Invited by: Anne Bernhardt


11. Januar 2018

Interplay between fracture and flow during shear localisation
in the middle and lower crust

Prof. Dr. Neil Mancktelow
(ETH Zürich - Switzerland)

Invited by: Jan Pleuger


18. Januar 2018

Tectonic pressure: its nature and significance

Prof. Dr. Stefan Schmalholz
(University of Lausanne - Switzerland)

Invited by: TImm John


1. Februar 2018

CO2 mineral sequestration and serpentinite carbonation 

Dr. Chiara Boschi
(National Research Council of Italy)

Invited by:
 Esther Schwarzenbach


8. Februar 2018

How water-rock interactions support life in the deep sea

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach
(Universität Bremen)

Invited by:
 Timm John