Departmental Seminars

Seminar Program – Semester A (2021-22)

Mondays, 14:00 (GMT+3), on zoom:
Zoom room starts at 14:00, talk will start at 14:10
 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Seminar organizer: Dr. Nicolas Waldmann |

For Information on past seminars including recorded seminars, click here

Oct 11, 2021

Prof. Roi Granot, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, ISRAEL
The eroding influence of sedimentation on the magnetization of the oceanic crust

Oct 18, 2021

Dr. Yizhaq Makovsky, University of Haifa, ISRAEL
Exploring deep sea gas seepage in the Levant Basin

Oct 25, 2021

Dr. Aviv Solodoch, University of California, Los Angeles/Tel Aviv University, USA/ISRAEL
Observations of river outflow plume propagation, and its interaction with internal waves

Nov 1, 2021

Dr. Michele Dinies, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences – Potsdam, GERMANY
Oases and aridification: Holocene ecosystem changes and oasis (agri)culture in the Central Sahara and Arabia

Nov 8, 2021

Nov 15, 2021

Nov 22, 2021

Dec 6, 2021

Dr. Anja Studer, University of Basel, SWITZERLAND
How can nitrogen isotopes in diatom fossils inform us about the nitrogen cycle of the ocean and lakes in the past?

Dec 13, 2021

Prof. Dan Asael, Yale, USA
What can we learn about Earth’s redox evolution using Mo and Fe isotopes from the 2.63 Ga Jeerinah Formation

Dec 20, 2021

Dr. Stefanie Kaboth-Bahr, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, GERMANY
An ocean view on African climate change during the last 620,000 years

Dec 27, 2021

Dr. Carynelisa Haspel, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Porous and Amorphous Atmospheric Aerosol

Jan 3, 2022

Prof. Christopher A‐L. Jackson, University of Manchester, UK
Ground deformation above igneous sills: a perspective from 3D seismic reflection data

Jan 10, 2022

Dr. Andreia Plaza-Faverola, University of Tromsø, NORWAY
A million year flatulence off the west-Svalbard coast – Stress effects on Arctic methane seepage