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SEMINAR CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER FORECAST: Atmospheric Deposition Impacts the Ocean

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Monday, 26 January 2015, 3:45

January 26, 2015. Atmospheric deposition impacts the ocean. Adina Paytan, UC Santa Cruz. Sponsored by Rutgers Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences. Click here for more information. 

Location  Philip Alampi Auditorium, Marine and Coastal Sciences Building, Rutgers New Brunswick, NJ or Livestream.

Adina Paytan uses the chemical and isotopic records enclosed in wide range of earth materials to study present and past biogeochemical processes. This research spans a wide range of temporal (seasons to millions of years) and spatial (molecular to global) scales. An over-arching goal of this research is to understand the processes and feedbacks operating in the earth System and how they relate to global changes in climate and tectonics. In addition, she is interested in natural and anthropogenically induced perturbations that affect biogeochemical processes and their impact on humans and the environment.