KEGS Seminar - Airborne Methane Sensing Surveys: Acquisition and Processing

   

Airborne Methane Sensing Surveys: Acquisition and Processing


Colin Terry
Sander Geophysics


Tuesday, October 20th
4:30 p.m.  

Gamble Hall
Geological Survey of Canada
615 Booth Street

 

Abstract

OCGC Seminar - René Laan

   

COMPARISON OF THE ADVANTAGES AND CHALLENGES OF USING HIGH RESOLUTION SECTOR FIELD MASS SPECTROMETERS VERSUS QUADRUPOLE MASS SPECTROMETERS FOR INORGANIC AND ORGANIC ANALYSIS

 

René Laan 
ISOMASS Scientific Inc. 

 

GeoSoc - Wing Night

GeoSocThe Carleton University GeoSoc presents... 

Wing Night


When: Tuesday, October 11th @ 8 p.m.

Where: Arrow & Loon Pub & Restaurant

Blake Mowbray Recalls his SIFT Experience

Thursday, October 8, 2015

By Blake Mowbray

  

Friends for life


The Student-Industry Field Trip (SIFT) is put on by the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists every year ever since it began in 1977. 

Raymond Caron to present his research work in New Orleans

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Ph.D. candidate Raymond Caron

Ph.D. candidate Raymond Caron

 

OCUSEG - Meet and Greet

   

The Ottawa-Carleton Universities Society of Economic Geologists (OCUSEG) Student Chapter presents... 

Meet & Greet Party 

When: Thursday, October 8th @ 7 p.m.

Where: James Street Pub (in the downstairs area)  

 

Schröder-Adams Publishes in Arctic Journal

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Professor Claudia Schröder-Adams recently shared an article with the public on her field work in Nunavut in Arctic Journal, First Air Magazine. It chronicles her travels to Axel Heidelberg and Ellesmere Islands to determine how Arctic ecosystems have responded to previous greenhouse phases throughout history.

Marissa Davies Wins Research Award

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

M.Sc. student Marissa Davies in Nova Scotia We are proud to announce that Marissa Davies is the recipient of a 2015 William V. Sliter Research Award. This award was established in 1998 in memory of William V. Sliter. The award supports graduate student research in Mesozoic and Cenozoic foraminifera.