The Solid Earth Brown Bag seminar series at Princeton University delves into the physical structure, mineralogy, chemistry, and dynamical evolution of the Earth's interior. It also explores related topics of geological interest such as earthquakes, natural disasters, and paleo-climate. The seminars aim to provide a broad phenomenological outlook on the frontier areas in the solid Earth geosciences.
All seminars are held on Friday at 12 noon in Guyot Hall Room 220.
Questions or comments? Contact Pritwiraj Moulik.
For spring 2022, Princeton University ID holders can attend in person contingent on University guidelines for indoor events — face coverings are required. Updates will be posted as necessary.