Hammer Talks Session: ‘Exploring for Carbon Storage: Seeing the Big Picture, Finding Running Room and Convincing Stakeholders’
Welcome to the informal Hammer Talks Session Tuesday 28th of September at the Section for geology and geophysics/G&G at Dept. of Geosciences, UiO. The talk is helt by Alex Bump, Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, US.
The Hammer Talks Sessions in Geology and geophysics. Photo: G&G, UiO
This Hammer Talks Session is given by Alex Bump, Research Science Associate at the Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, who will present his talk entitled:
Exploring for Carbon Storage: Seeing the Big Picture, Finding Running Room and Convincing Stakeholders”.
NB! The session is only possible to participate digitally via videolink
About the Hammer Talks
The Hammer Talks Sessions are organized weekly, Tuesdays at 13 o'clock. The target audience are the early career scientists (PhD, postdoc, researchers) of the G&G section at Dept of Geosciences, but anyone is welcome to join the events.
Hammer Talks Sessions are meant to provide an informal platform that facilitates cooperation among the researchers and a safe place to practice presentation skills, prepare for a conference, and much more.
Coordinator (s) for the Hammer Talks
Valentin Zuchuat, Sian Evans & Anna van Yperen