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Fellowship talks - Fall 2005

Graduate Student Talks

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
02 December 2005

The following students have fellowships during Fall 2005 and will present a short review of their research results for the Fall 2005 semester. Each talk will be followed by questions and discussion from both staff and students.

All are welcome to attend.


Title of Talk



Ming-Chu Chen

"Arc Segmentation in the Solomon Island: Seismological Evidence"

Ewing-Worzel Fellowship


Irina Filina

The crustal structure beneath the onset region of Kamb Ice Stream, West Antarctica, from joint interpretation of airborne gravity and magnetic data

Gale White Fellowship


Emilio Garciacaro

Structure, Architecture and Basin Fill Evolution of an Actively Evolving Foreland Basin, Eastern Offshore Trinidad

Ewing-Worzel Fellowship


Chaoshun Hu

"Some Research Advances in the TAIGER project"

Ewing-Worzel Fellowship


Yurun Liu

"Exploration of the Mechanism Explaining the Emergence of Unforced Millennial Scale Variability in the Bern Climate Model under Glacial Boundary Conditions"

Ewing-Worzel Fellowship


Matt McDonald

"Slump block structure of the Chicxulub impact crater"

Gale White Fellowship


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