Sommersemester 2014




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24. April 2014


Geochemical processes in a deep geothermal well during production of thermal fluid - Example Groß Schönebeck

Dr. Simona Regenspurg
(GFZ Potsdam) 


Invited by: Michael Schneider & Andreas Winkler

   

8. Mai 2014


Is the lunar impact record of the last 90 Ma recorded by 3He in marine sediments on Earth?

Dr. Jörg Fritz
(Museum für Naturkunde Berlin) 


Invited by: Harry Becker

 

 

15. Mai 2014


Opal, a little-known mineral from Earth and Mars

Dr. Benjamin Rondeau
(Laboratoire de Planétologie et Géodynamique - France)


Invited by: Ralf Milke 

 

 

22. Mai 2014


Final stages of continental rifting in Afar, Ethiopia - A geophysical perspective

Prof. Dr. Kathy Whaler
(The University of Edinburgh - UK)

 

Invited by: Heinrich Brasse

 

 

29. Mai 2014


Mercury: The elusive Iron Planet

Dr. Matteo Massironi
(University of Padua - Italy) 


Invited by: Thomas Platz

 
 

 

5. Juni 2014


Moving water and sediment on Mars

Prof. Dr. Maarten Kleinhans
(Utrecht University - The Netherlands)


Invited by: Patrick McGuire

 

 

12. Juni 2014
 

Early Archean crustal reworking in the Kapvaal craton

Prof. Dr. Alfred Kröner
(Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)


Invited by: Harry Becker

    

19. Juni 2014
 

UV spectroscopy of solar system moons

Dr. Amanda Hendrix
(Planetary Science Institute - USA)


Invited by: Patrick McGuire

   

26. Juni 2014

Properties and structural complexity of mullite-type compounds

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Gesing 
(Universität Bremen)


Invited by: Susan Schorr

 
   

3. Juli 2014

Building a biozonation for the non-marine realm: Geological constraints and correlation to the GPTS

Prof. Dr. Carles Martín-Closas 
(University of Barcelona - Spain)


Invited by: Michael Schudack

   

10. Juli 2014

Stable isotopes in tree-rings as climate proxies

Dr. Gerhard Helle
(GFZ Potsdam)


Invited by: Frank Riedel