Scientists Present Lectures at UAF on the Arctic Ocean

Four renowned geoscientists will be visiting the University of Alaska Fairbanks to present their research on how the Arctic Ocean formed 140 million to 80 million years ago. The presentations will take place from 3:30 p.m. to 5:10 p.m. each Wednesday and Friday from February 6 through March 1.

Wednesday seminars will take place in the Geophysical Institute’s Elvey Auditorium, and Friday seminars will take place in the Pearl Berry Boyd Hall located in room 201 of the Reichardt Building. The presenters include: Carmen Gaina of the University of Olso; Debbie Hutchinson of the U.S. Geological Survey; Elizabeth Miller of Stanford University; and Ruth Jackson of the Geological Survey of Canada.

The presentations are part of the Chapman Seminars, which brings top scientists from around the world to share their expertise about different topics with the campus community. UAF students may take the seminars for credit, but all are welcome to attend. For a full schedule, visit <> .


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