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Earth Surface Dynamics seminar talk by Noah Planavsky: “Rethinking the controls on long term climate evolution”

  Scientific Talks

Date: Thursday, 14th of May 2020; 3 p.m.

Venue: Online via Zoom. Key: 905628

Host: Dr. Michael Henehan, Postdoctoral Researcher at Section 3.3: “Earth Surface Geochemistry”, Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences -- on behalf of the ESD organizing comittee

Speaker: Prof. Noah Planavsky, Ph.D., Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Yale University

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, earth surface geochemistry, geobiology, geochemical/carbon cycling, geomorphology, etc. roughly once a month. The goal for these talks is to be broad and accessible and deal with big, global topics, so that non-experts and specialists alike can find them enlightening. If you would like to take part in the organizing of this seminar, please get in touch.

Find an abstract and a short CV of Prof. Planavsky on the poster attached below!