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Holocene’s Earthquake Record Preserved Thanks to Rising Sea Level

Rutgers University researcher Tina Dura, along with EOAS researchers Ben Horton & Bob Kopp as well as additional collaborators from several different universities, have published a paper analyzing the well-intact Holocene earthquake history found in ice sheets around the Pacific subduction. ...
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Rutgers Scientists Help Create World’s Largest Coral Gene Database

Rutgers Scientists Help Create World’s Largest Coral Gene Database

Coral reefs – stunning, critical habitats for an enormous array of prized fish and other species – have survived five major extinction events over the last 250 million years. Now, an international team of scientists led by Rutgers faculty has conducted the world’s most comprehensive analysis of ...
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EOAS Scientist Works to Better Understand Future Flood Risks when considering Sea-Level Rise

Living in a world with a rising sea-level has proposed an interesting challenge to scientists: What exactly is the best way to factor sea-level rise (SLR) into estimates for future flood hazards? According to EOAS Scientist Robert Kopp and his collaborators, the answer lies in incorporating many ...
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Upcoming Seminars & Special Events

December 2021
Wed, Dec 1st
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Virtual Geologic Cores Late Night

Speaker(s):

  • Lauren Adamo -- Rutgers University
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Slow, Energy-Efficient, and Mysterious Life Deep Within Earth’s Crust

Speaker(s):

  • Karen Lloyd -- University of Tennessee
Fri, Dec 3rd
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Recovery, Environmental Quality, and Reuse of Phosphate Minerals Mined from Wastewater

Speaker(s):

  • Ashaki Rouff -- Rutgers University
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Competing Claims and Entangled Extraction: Local-Level Politics of Gold Mining in Indonesia

Speaker(s):

  • Matthew Libassi -- Rutgers University
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