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Earth Surface Dynamics Seminars

The Earth Surface Dynamics seminar series aims to bring together the broad range of researchers on Telegrafenberg looking at Earth surface processes (e.g., hydrology, geochemistry, geobiology,  geochemical/carbon cycling, geomorphology) about once a month. The aim for these talks is to be broad and accessible and to cover globally-relevant topics, so that non-experts and specialists alike can find them enlightening.

Upcoming Seminars

Radiophysical Properties of Venus Highlands

Martha Gilmore | Wesleyan University

Past Seminars

Using "Bomb" Radiocarbon to Understand the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle

Susan Trumbore | Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena

Earth's Unique Continents

Roberta Rudnick | University of California, Santa Barbara

Permeability that Changes over Time

Emily Brodsky | University of California, Santa Cruz

The Biologeochemical Fingerprint of Melting Ice

Kate Hendry | University of Bristol

Rethinking the Controls on Long Term Climate Evolution

Noah Planavsky | Yale University

Exploring the Limits of Life on Earth

Dirk Schulze-Makuch | Technical University of Berlin, German Research Centre for Geosciences, & Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland…

From Past Topography to Understanding the Evolution of Landscapes and Life

Andreas Mulch | Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre & Natural History Museum, Frankfurt

Exploring Predictability of Extreme Climate Events via a Complex Network Approach

Juergen Kurths | Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research & Humboldt University, Berlin

Centennial Glacier Retreat as Categorical Evidence of Regional Climate Change

Gerard Roe | University of Washington