UCL Earth Sciences



Departmental Research Seminar Series

Seminar time: Friday at noon
Location: Kathleen Lonsdale Building Teaching Laboratory 126.
Seminar Organiser: Dr Matt Fox & Dr Alex Steele

We are back to hybrid delivery of seminars, face-to-face in our teaching lab and via Zoom e-seminars. 

All members of the department should receive individual invitations via email - any problems please contact the seminar organiser.


Seminars - Term 2 (Spring 2022)





21 JanAlexander BrasierUniversity of AberdeenHot springs through time and space. With examples from the last 4 billion years, showing what happens if you sit in one too long.
28 JanVictoria Milanez FernandesImperial College LondonScale-Dependent Controls on Landscape Evolution: Insights from River Profile Inversion and Spectral Analysis. 
04 FebEmily MitchellUniversity Of CambridgeUsing ecology to unlock the secrets of early animal evolution.
11 FebCaroline SlompUtrecht University, Netherlands Enhanced phosphorus recycling in modern and past anoxic marine systems: controls and impact.
18 FebReading Weekno seminar 
28 FebPatrick O’ConnorOhio University, US A tale of two subcontinents: Late Cretaceous continental vertebrates of Eastern Africa and Madagascar.
04 MarT. Mark HarrisonUCLA, USWhen Did Earth Become Habitable?
11 MarNick LaneUniversity College London (GEE)Energy and matter at the origin of life.
18 MarMaurice TuckerUniversity of BristolFossil viruses: Viruses are the new frontier in Earth Sciences.
25 MarSarah BoultonUniversity of PlymouthRocks matter! The role of lithology in long-term landscape evolution.

Other Seminar Series 

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