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2009-01

January 2009

Monday, January 5, 2009
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Arms 155 (Robert P. Sharp Lecture Hall)
Volcanology in an Accelerating World—The Past 2500 Years
  • Hans-Ulrich Schmincke, professor, Leibniz Institute for Marine Science, University of Kiel
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Tuesday, January 6, 2009
3:45 pm - 
5:00 pm
South Mudd 365
Gas Disks to Gas Giants: Simulating the Birth of Planetary Systems
  • Edward Thommes, University of Guelph
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Wednesday, January 7, 2009
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Keck 142
Can We Tackle Air Pollution and Climate Change Simultaneously and Expect Only Benefits?
  • Frank Raes, Environmental Institute European Commission
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Thursday, January 8, 2009
9:00 am - 
10:00 am
Arms 151 (Buwalda Room)
What Are the Opportunities in a Declining Economy?
  • Bharat Patel, senior vice president and director sustainability, HOK architecture firm
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Arms 151 (Buwalda Room)
Backscatter from a Vegetated Terrain
  • Motofumi Arii, graduate student in electrical engineering, Caltech
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Tuesday, January 13, 2009
3:45 pm - 
5:00 pm
South Mudd 365
Geologic Setting and Surface Properties of the Mars Phoenix Landing Site
  • Raymond Arvidson, professor of earth and planetary sciences, Washington University in St. Louis
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Wednesday, January 14, 2009
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Keck 142
The Shape of Things to Come: The Potential and the Potential Limits of Global Climate Predictions
  • Gerard Roe, associate professor of Earth and space sciences, University of Washington
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Thursday, January 15, 2009
9:00 am - 
10:00 am
Arms 151 (Buwalda Room)
Environment and Society: Xinjiang and China
  • Ted Crovello, environmental biologist
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Arms 151 (Buwalda Room)
Describing New Minerals: Trials, Tribulations and Rewards
  • Tony Kampf, Curator, Mineral Sciences, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009
3:45 pm - 
5:00 pm
South Mudd 365
Tidally-Disrupted Asteroids around Single White Dwarfs
  • Michael Jura, professor of astronomy, UCLA
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Wednesday, January 21, 2009
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Keck 142
Natural Photochemical Nanoreactors in Aquatic Systems
  • Kristopher McNeill, associate professor of chemistry, University of Minnesota
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Thursday, January 22, 2009
9:00 am - 
10:00 am
South Mudd 365
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
South Mudd 256 (Benioff Room)
Seismic Tomographic Evidence for Schist and Farallon Crust within the Mojave Block
  • Carl Tape, graduate student in geophysics, Caltech
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Monday, January 26, 2009
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Arms 155 (Robert P. Sharp Lecture Hall)
Reading the Record of Ancient Impacts
  • Peter Goldreich, professor of natural sciences, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University
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Wednesday, January 28, 2009
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Keck 142
Eddy-Mean Flow Interactions in Western Boundary Current Jets: An Observationally-Driven Theoretical Study
  • Stephanie Waterman, joint program student, Physical Oceanography, massachusetts institute of technology and Woods Hole Oceanographi Institution
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Thursday, January 29, 2009
9:00 am - 
10:00 am
Arms 151 (Buwalda Room)
Overview and Tour of Caltech's Central Plant
  • Ben Smith, project manager, Facilities, Caltech
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3:45 pm - 
5:00 pm
South Mudd 365
Cassini-VIMS Observations of Self-gravity Wakes in Saturn's Rings
  • Phil Nickolson, professor of astronomy, Cornell University
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4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Arms 151 (Buwalda Room)
Concealed Magmatism Associated with Continental Rupture: Evidence from the Salton Trough (Imperial Valley), Cerro Prieto (Baja California), and Tres VĂ­rgenes (Baja California Sur)
  • Axel K. Schmitt, assistant adjunct professor, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, UCLA
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