EES Colloquium: Fluvial Sedimentology, Reservoir Properties and the Perception of Science by David Dominic

Tuesday, October 24, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
286 Millett Hall
Audience: 
Current Students
Faculty
Alumni
The public

David Dominic, Professor and Chair of Earth & Environmental Sciences, will present an overivew of his current research. That research focuses on how ancient river processes have shaped reservoirs for water, oil & gas, and potential reservoirs for sequestering CO2. He will also discuss some recent findings on the perception of science by non-scientists.

This presentation is part of the weekly Colloquium series presented by the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences. 

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