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sea level, understanding the linkages between ice sheet processes and subglacial geology is key. Bell,
 

Summary: sea level, understanding the linkages between ice
sheet processes and subglacial geology is key. Bell,
who has led several international teams to the Antarctic on
expeditions to survey the ice sheet's interior, will describe
her group's efforts to ascertain the speed at which
Antarctica's vast ice sheets are changing.
Mapping the Source of Great Alaskan
Earthquakes
Donna Shillington, Lamont Assistant Research Professor,
Marine Geophysics
Subduction zones create the largest, most destructive
earthquakes on the planet, but many mysteries remain
about the plate tectonic boundary where these quakes
originate. Shillington will describe how marine seismic data
collected by her team onboard Lamont-Doherty's research
vessel, the Marcus G. Langseth, in the summer of 2011
sheds light on one of the most seismically active zones in
the world.
Geological Carbon Capture and Storage:
How Does It work?

  

Source: Anchukaitis, Kevin - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology; Geosciences