Department Seminar Series - Fall 2017

Fall 2017 Seminar Series
All seminars will be held on Wednesdays 2:30 – 3:30pm
in the Department Seminar Room, 125 Smith Hall.
If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Murphy.
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
9/13

Evert Elzinga

Rutgers University

Transformation and recrystallization of manganese
minerals in suboxic environments
9/20

Shannon Gillmann

& Yannie Lewis

Rutgers University

Heavy Metal Analysis of Drinking Water: A Campus Survey of Rutgers University-Newark and Study of Commercial Point-of-Use Filtration Systems
&
Detecting oil, chlorinated solvent contamination and microbial activities using innovating geophysical method: Magnetic Susceptibility
10/4

David Shire

Rutgers University

Proteomic signatures of zinc, cobalt, and cadmium supported growth in Emiliania huxleyi
10/11

Robert Laumbach

Rutgers School of Public Health

Air Pollution Intersects Life:  Acute Health Effects of
Traffic Pollution in Greater Newark
10/16

Kamini Singha

Colorado School of Mines

The Critical Role of Trees in Critical Zone Science:
An Exploration of Water Fluxes in the Earth’s Permeable Skin
10/25

Marlon V. Ramlogan

Rutgers University

Thermal Decomposition Products of Struvite as
Non-Traditional Sorbents for NH3(g)
11/1

Sina Saneiyan

Rutgers University

Geophysical Monitoring of Soil Stabilization Processes
11/8

Hongjun Wang

Stevens Institute of Technology

Does the particulate matter in the air matter?
11/15

Omanjana Goswami

Rutgers University

Interaction of Divalent Metals with Struvite
11/29

Robert Bornhorst

Rutgers University

Investigating the Reductive-Oxidative Iron Uptake Pathway in Thalassiosira pseudonana: A Reverse Genetics Approach
12/6

Sebastian Uhlemann

British Geological Survey

Advancing geophysical monitoring of landslides and unstable slopes – towards improved early warning and risk mitigation
12/13

Lucia Rodriguez Freire

NJ Institute of Technology

The role of biological processes controlling the fate and transport of metals in the environment