Seminars with external speakers will be once a month. On other weeks, seminars are held by the internal AMGC researchers, students, and guests.
For more information, contact Lawrence Percival, Vincent Perrot, or Besarta Matranxhi.
Update January 2021: Currently, the seminars are taking place via Zoom until further notice. An email with the meeting link is sent out earlier in the week; if you wish to be added to the mailing list, please contact Lawrence Percival, Vincent Perrot, or Besarta Matranxhi.
Thursday 28 January, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Associate Professor at Université libre de Bruxelles
Volcanology of the East African Rift
Thursday 11 February, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
University of California, Santa Cruz
Changes in the Mercury Cycle: Now and Then
Thursday 25 February, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Volcanic explosive eruptions sequestrate more carbon in soils than what they emit in the atmosphere.
Thursday 11 March, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
ISTerre (University Grenoble Alpes)
Mercury deposition during the Holocene in the Andes: Deciphering climatic and anthropogenic contribution
Thursday 25 March, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Some like it hot: tropical temperatures and ecosystems over the last 100 million years
Thursday 8 April, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
PhD Student on EOS project ET-Home - Joint PhD VUB-ULB
The distribution of trace elements among constituent minerals in H chondrites: focusing on rare earth elements and some other lithophile elements.
Thursday 22 April, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Isotopes: The Key to travel through Time and Space
Come will Muspell’s people o’er the sea: the case of the Heath Wood Vikings.
Outreach & Impact In A Period Of No Contact
Thursday 6 May, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Biogeochemical cycle of Hg in water and sediment in the Scheldt estuary and the Belgian Coastal Zone (BCZ).
Wednesday 12 May, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
University of Cologne
Isotopic constraints on the nature of Earth’s building blocks
Thursday 20 May, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Université libre de Bruxelles
Centre de Recherches en Archéologie et Patrimoine
Archaeology of high-altitude lacustrine socio-ecosystems and evolution of the global climatic signal in the central Andes (Bolivia, Peru)
Wednesday 2 June, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Goethe Universität - Frankfurt am Main
Thursday 17 June, 4 PM CET (Zoom Webinar)
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Mapping dynamic and human-influenced landscapes A critical review on the accuracy of the Dutch Sr isoscape(s)
Full Program for 2021 to be online soon