Events

Upcoming EPS Events

2019 Apr 23

ClimaTea Journal Club

12:00pm

Location: 

HUCE Seminar Room MCZ 429

Speaker:  Professor Brian Farrell

Professor Farrell will lead the discussion on the paper titled "Attribution of the 2017 northern high plains drought" by Hailan Wang, et al. (find paper here)

Professor Farrell's blurb is below.

This paper will be used to introduce a discussion on prediction and attribution of regional climate variation in response...

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2019 Apr 24

EPS Sustainabilty Lunch

Repeats on the last Wednesday of January, February, March, April until Wed Apr 24 2019 .
12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Faculty Lounge, Hoffman Lab, 4th floor

A monthly get-together to view sustainability-themed films and engage in conversation about the issues raised.  This event is offered in partnership with the Office for Sustainability and is open to members of the EPS community. Pizza lunch is provided.

2019 Apr 25

Graduate Student & Post-Doc Seminar

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Faculty Lounge, Hoffman 4th floor

Speaker: Danny Varon

"Quantifying methane emissions from individual coal mine vents using GHGSat-D satellite observations"

Abstract: Anthropogenic methane emissions originate from a large number of small point sources. There is considerable interest in developing the ability to monitor these sources from space, but the imaging resolution of most methane-observing satellites is too coarse to resolve individual sources. The GHGSat-D satellite instrument was launched in June 2016 as demonstration for the planned GHGSat satellite...

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2019 Apr 30

Harvard Crimson Climate workshop

(All day)

Location: 

Geological Museum

On April 30, the Harvard Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences will be hosting the inaugural Harvard Crimson Climate (HCC) Workshop. The workshop will bring together students from across the Northeast for a one-day event to foster research collaborations on the frontiers of climate dynamics. In the morning and afternoon, there will be 12-minute presentations by selected students, bracketing a lunch talk by the keynote speaker, Dr. Tapio Schneider. The workshop will conclude with an afternoon poster session.

See here for more details.

2019 May 02

Geobiology Seminar

2:00pm

Location: 

Haller Hall (Geological Museum 102)

Melanie Hopkins
Assistant Curator, AMNH, Invertebrate Paleontology, Division of Paleontology 
Assistant Professor, Richard Gilder Graduate School