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E-M:/ FW: RE: Lecture this Thursday Extreme Aquatic Environments in The Antarctic Dry Valleys



 

 

Terry Link, Director

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Michigan State University

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From: Environmental Science and Policy Program [mailto:ESPPFACULTY@LIST.MSU.EDU]On Behalf Of Kelly Millenbah
Sent: Tuesday, March 21, 2006 1:42 PM
To: ESPPFACULTY@LIST.MSU.EDU
Subject: Fwd: RE: Lecture this Thursday

 

 

Dr. Peter Doran
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Illinois at Chicago

Extreme Aquatic Environments in The Antarctic Dry Valleys
 
Thursday, March 23, 2006
4:10 PM in 204 Natural Science Building
Refreshments are served at 3:30 PM in 207 Natural Science Building.
 

     Peter has broad research interests focused on field techniques in aquatic and Quaternary sciences.  Example research areas include

·         modern hydrological and biogeochemical processes in polar lake systems

·         paleolimnology and paleoenvironmental reconstruction

·         sedimentology of high arctic lakes

·         origins and nature of boulders and glacial till on perennial lake ice,

·         biogeochemistry of deeply ice-covered lakes,

·         paleolake deposits in the Antarctic dry valleys and their significance to the search for evidence of past life on Mars

 
     Peter is currently a co-PI on the McMurdo Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) project in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica.  Current work also includes a NASA Exobiology project investigating dry valley lakes in the context of the past lakes on Mars, an NSF OPP project to evaluate past climate change sediment cores in the dry valleys, and a NASA ASTEP (Astrobiology Science and Technology for Exploring Planets) project to do life detection in an ice-sealed lake.
 
     I hope that you will be able to attend.  Please inform others of this talk.  Thanks!
 
dave
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David T. Long
Professor
Aqueous & Environmental Geochemistry
AEGL Labs
Department of Geologicial Sciences
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1115
voice: 1.517.353.9618
fax: 1.517.353.8787
email: long@msu.edu
 


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KELLY F. MILLENBAH, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Michigan State University
13 Natural Resources Building
East Lansing, MI  48824-1222
PHONE:  517/353-4802
FAX:  517/432-1699

Associate Director
Environmental Science and Policy
Michigan State University
274 Giltner Hall
East Lansing, MI  48824-1101
PHONE:  517/432-8833
FAX: 517/432-8830

homepage:
http://www.fw.msu.edu/people/MillenbahKelly/index.htm

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