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From University of Tasmania
Speaker: Professor Mike Coffin, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania.
Welcome to our GEOHYD Lunch Seminar Friday 20th April @ 12:15 in Aud 1, The Geology building. The seminar is helt by Håkon Heyerdahl, NGI.
Seminar by Oliver Eisermann
From University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
John Dehls is a research scientist at the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU). He has an MSc from Lakehead University (1992) and a PhD from University of Toronto (1997). His last fifteen years have been focused on radar remote sensing; specifically the use of interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) techniques for deformation monitoring. He has led the development of an operative landslide mapping and monitoring system using InSAR within NGU based upon Radarsat-2 data, and is currently leading the establishment of a national InSAR service based upon data from the Copernicus Programme's Sentinel-1 satellites.
From Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, MIT, USA
Doctoral candidate Jan Stanislas Pierre Edouard Cornet at the Department of Geosciences will give a trial lecture on the given topic: Microphysical deformation mechanisms and rheology of rock salt
Trial lecture: Microphysical deformation mechanisms and rheology of rock salt (10:15)
Dissertation: Analytical and numerical modeling of cavity closure in rock salt (14:15)