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EVENTS AND TRAININGS

2017 EARTH SCIENCES COLLOQUIUM

Location: Denver Museum of Nature & Science, VIP Room (unless otherwise stated) Time: 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.  Museum admission not required to attend.  NO RSVP necessary.


Monday, May 22
William Clyde (University of New Hampshire)
Hyperthermals: Extreme Global Warming Events in the Geological Past

 

Friday, September 22
Raymond Rogers (Macalester College)
Twenty Years of Paleontological Adventure & Discovery on the Great Red Island, Madagascar

 

Monday, October 9
Graham Young (Manitoba Museum)
Tropical fossils from the edge of the Arctic

 

Thursday, November 2      
Jaelyn Eberle (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Life at the Top of the Eocene Greenhouse World

 

Tuesday, December 5
Ellen Currano (University of Wyoming)
Seeing the forest through the leaves - from Ethiopia to the Rocky Mountains

EDUCATION AND MANUALS

Earth Sciences Training Materials

Earth Sciences Department Long Term Vision

 

Snowmastodon Preparation Assistant Manual

Denver Museum of Nature and Science- The Snowmastodon Project website http://www.dmns.org/science/the-snowmastodon-project/

Snowmass Ice Age Discovery website http://www.snowmassiceage.com/

Gibbons, Robin. 2004. Examining the Extinction of the Pleistocene Megafauna http://www.stanford.edu/group/journal/cgi-bin/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Gibbons_NatSci_2004.pdf

NOVA's Ice Age Death Trap http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/earth/ice-age-death-trap.html

Snowmastodon Scientific Abstracts http://www.dmnh.org/media/1070331/snowmass_science_meeting_program___abstracts_technical_report_2012-5.pdf

 

Earth Sciences Updates

Earth Sciences 2016 Year in Review

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