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Seminar Schedule
Seminar Schedule
 


Seminar Schedule, 2009-2010:
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are on Fridays at 2:30PM in the ENRS Bldg, Room 223 , and are open to all faculty, staff, and students. Refreshments at 2:15 PM.

 



Jan. 29, 2010
Speaker: E. Erin Mack
DuPont
Title: My job as an Industrial Environmentalist (and how I got here)
Host: Donna Fennell
ABSTRACT

Feb. 12, 2010
Speaker: Tim Eichler
Saint Louis University
Title: STORM TRACKS IN REANALYSIS DATA AND MODELS: CLIMATOLOGY, VARIABILITY, AND TRENDS
Host: Steve Decker
ABSTRACT

Special Date/Time/Location:
Feb. 24, 2010, 9AM

Department of Human Ecology, Cook Office Building, Rm. 226
Speaker: Shahzeen Attari
Columbia University
Title: Human behavior and climate change: Perceptions of energy consumption and preferences for change
Host: Bonnie McCay and Uta Krogmann
ABSTRACT

March 5, 2010
Speaker: Ladislau Martin Neto
Embrapa, Brazil
Title: Soil Carbon Dynamic and Reactivity: Implication to Global Change and Molecular Aspects
Host: Daniel Gimenez
ABSTRACT

March 12, 2010
Speaker: Michela Biasutti
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Columbia University
Title: Global Climate Change and Sahel Rainfall
Host: Ben Lintner
ABSTRACT

April 2, 2010
Speaker: Tony Broccoli
Rutgers University
Title: Revisiting Mid-Holocene ENSO
ABSTRACT

April 9, 2010
Speaker: Karina Schäfer
Department of Biological Sciences, Rutgers University
Title: Hydrological balance in an upland forest of the New Jersey Pine Barrens - five years of investigation
Host: Daniel Gimenez
ABSTRACT

April 16, 2010
Speaker: Xiuhong Zhao
University Illinois at Chicago
Title: Methyl Mercury from Dental Wastewater
Host: Nathan Yee
ABSTRACT

Special Date/Time: Thurday, April 22, 2010, 4PM
Speaker: Thomas Ackerman
University of Washington
Title: Synoptic Classification and Related Cloud Structures: A New Approach to Climate Model Evaluation
Host: Mark Miller
ABSTRACT

April 30, 2010
Speaker: William Wallace
College of Staten Island
Title: The Urban Estuary: What doesn't kill ya, just makes ya sick! (a case study of the Arthur Kill - the appendix of the NY/NJ Harbor Estuary)
Host: John Reinfelder
ABSTRACT

May 7, 2010
Speaker: Elisabetta Bini
Rutgers Dept. Biochemistry and Microbiology
Title: Microbe-Metal Interactions: Metabolism and Strategies of Resistance
Host: Donna Fennell
ABSTRACT