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Second NWGS Symposium

The Paths Ahead for Northwest Geosciences
3-5 May 2013
Kane Hall
University of Washington

 

Speakers, Saturday, 4 May, Kane Hall, University of Washington

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1.      ERIC S.CHENEY,  Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, U. Washington

“Current revolutions in public concepts of mineral and fuel resources and paths ahead”

2.      JOHN R. SHIVELY, Pebble Limited  Partnership, AK,

      “Pebble – The Challenge of developing the world’s largest copper prospect”

3.      DEBORAH S. KELLEY, School of Oceanography, U. Washington

      “Underwater eruptions and subsurface life on the largest active volcano off the Washington coast: Axial Seamount”

4.      STEVEN  D. VANCE,  Jet Propulsion lab, Caltech

      “Constraints of the habitability of Europa and Ganymede through time from chemistry and ocean dynamics”

5.      BRITTANY D. BRAND, Department of Geosciences, Boise State Univ.

      “Pyroclastic density currents from the May 18th, 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens – the story retold”

6.      KATHARINE R. HUNTINGTON,  Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, U. Washington

      “Reconstructing paleotemperature using clumped isotopes in soil carbonate from the Andes and the Pacific Northwest”

7.      MURRAY M. JOURNEAY, Earth Sciences Section, Natural Resources Canada, B

      “A community-based approach to disaster resilience planning”

8.      BRAIN F. ATWATER,  US Geological Survey at Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington

“Geologic reconstruction of earthquake and tsunami history”

9.  RALPH  A. HAUGERUD,  US Geological Survey at Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington

      “Stories of shapes”

10.  BRIAN  L. SHERROD,  US Geological Survey at Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington

      “Prehistoric Earthquakes in central and western Washington”

11.  DAVID R. MONTGOMERY, Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, U. Washington

      “A mega- landslide on Mars, the largest landslide in the solar system?”

SPONSORS OF THE 2013 NWGS SYMPOSIUM

            AMEC                                                                                    Emery Bayley, Jr

            Aspect Consulting                                                                Sandra Bowman

            Associated Earth Sciences, Inc.                                         Eric Cheney

            Cascade Drilling, LLP                                                          Phillip Long

            Floyd Snider

            GeoEngineers

            Holocene Drilling

            Landau Associates

            Mines Management, Inc.

            Shannon Wilson, Inc.

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