Institute of Theoretical Geophysics University of Cambridge

Thursday Seminars on Theoretical Geophysics: Lent 2008

The talks are held in the MR15, CMS, and start at 2:05 pm. A varied, informal luncheon will be supplied in the Common Room of Pavilion H before each seminar, at a cost of £2.50 per head, commencing at 1:05 pm.

24 January Nick Arndt
(LGCA, Universite J. Fourier)
Thermal evolution of the Earth: evidence from Archean komatiites and basalts
31 January Joe Cartwright
Geophysical evidence for highly focused fluid flow in sedimentary basins
7 February Claudia Cenedese
Mixing induced in oceanic overflows and dense gravity currents: a new entrainment parameterization
14 February Nathan Paldor
(Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Rossby waves in the Ocean: Theoretical advances and recent satellite observations
21 February Steve Blake
(Open University)
Models of convective exchange between lava lakes and magma chambers
28 February Heiner Igel
(LMU Munich)
Advances in simulating wave propagation in complex media: applications to rotational seismology and scattering
6 March Tara La Force
Development of hydrocarbon miscibility in water and gas injection
13 March Oliver Pouliquen
Submarine granular flows: how the interstitial fluid dramatically influences the granular dynamics

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