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Geosciences Thesis Defense - Summer Cliff

Apr 13, 2020 02:00 PM

"How Resilience Changes with Sea Level Rise in Coastal Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida"

Thesis Defense by Summer Cliff


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Geosciences Thesis Defense - Shihab Nur

Apr 03, 2020 11:30 AM

"Cultural and Environmental Transition and Transformation of Two South Asian Cities: Dhaka and Kolkata"

Thesis Defense by Shihab Nur


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Geosciences Thesis Defense - Alamin Molla

Apr 03, 2020 09:30 AM

"Towards Urban Sustainability: Stormwater Management and Solar Power Potential of Auburn University Campus, AL"

Thesis Defense by Alamin Molla


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Geosciences Colloquium - Melissa Partyka

Mar 05, 2020 03:30 PM

“10 years later: What an oil spill taught us about the Gulf, its communities, and how to share”

By Dr. Melissa Partyka, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium



As we approach the 10-year anniversary of Deepwater Horizon scientists funded through the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) are synthesizing their data in order to draw new insights and determine where gaps in our understanding still exist.  While GoMRI’s efforts draw to a close the communities of the Gulf are still reeling from one of the largest human-caused disasters in U.S. history and mis-information continues to abound. It is the purpose of Gulf Sea Grant’s Oil Spill Science Outreach Team to share the available science with community members and stakeholder groups to help them make informed decisions and to better prepare for future spills. Today I will share a bit about those synthesis efforts, what the members of Alabama’s coastal communities are asking, and how we work to be honest brokers of information in an age of distrust.


Geosciences Thesis Proposal - Haven Cashwell

Mar 03, 2020 02:00 PM

"Analysis of Climate Information to Support US Fish & Wildlife Service Species Status Assessments: An Eye-Tracking Study"

Thesis Proposal by Haven Cashwell

Geosciences Colloquium - Jonathan Martin

Jan 23, 2020 03:30 PM

"High Latitude Hydrology: Water in a Changing World”

by Dr. Jonathan B. Martin, Professor of Geological Sciences at the University of Florida

2020 Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecturer of the GSA Hydrology Division

Geosciences Colloquium - Richard Gragg

Jan 16, 2020 03:30 PM

"Integrating the Humanities and Arts with Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine: A Culturally Relevant Perspective and Practice at Florida A&M University”

by Dr. Richard Gragg (Environmental Science and Policy Professor, Florida A&M University)

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