Dr. Rybczynski a Great Modern Explorer

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Have you seen the inaugural list of the top 100 greatest modern Canadian explorers? The list was published just recently by Canadian Geographic. It includes some household names such as astronauts Roberta Bondar and Chris Hadfield.

Lianna Vice Excels at S-IMEW 2015

Monday, June 8, 2015

Lianna Vice at the site of discovery of nickle in Sudbury

Lianna Vice at the site of discovery of nickel in Sudbury 


Space Exploration Rover With Magnetometer Tested at Carleton

Friday, May 22, 2015

Testing the KAPVIK Mars Rover (photo courtesy of Dave Melanson)

Testing the KAPVIK Mars Rover (photo courtesy of Dave Melanson)

Course on Engineering Seismology

Carleton University and the Canadian Exploration Geophysical Society (KEGS) will hosting a day-long Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) Distinguished Instructor Short Course: 

KEGS Ottawa Seminars - Markus Svilans and Maxim Ralchenko

   

Markus Svilans (B.Sc.H., Carleton University, 2006) and Maxim Ralchenko (Ph.D.

Élise Cossette - M.Sc. Pre-Defence Lecture (University of Ottawa)

   

Élise Cossette

Wednesday, May 20th, 10:00 a.m. - Room 311 MacDonald Hall (University of Ottawa)

Crustal Seismic Anisotropy and Structure from Textural and Seismic Investigations in the Cycladic Region, Greece


Thesis Supervisor:  Dr. David Schneider, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa

Dr. Samson appointed President of CGU

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Professor Claire Samson at the Joint Assembly of AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU

Professor Claire Samson at the Joint Assembly of AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU

 

Third Edition of book on Natural Disasters

Monday, April 27, 2015

The third edition of “Natural Disasters – Canadian Edition”, co-authored by Dr. Patrick Abbott and Dr. Claire Samson and published by McGrawHill Ryerson, is now available.

OCGC Seminar - Dr. Stéphane Mazzotti

   

The Yakutat - St. Elias Collision and its Role in Active Tectonics of the Northern Cordillera 

 

Andrew Macumber - Ph.D. Pre-Defence Lecture

   

Andrew Macumber 
B.Sc.H., Carleton University, 2007

Friday, May 8th, 9:30 a.m. - 617 Southam Hall 

Grain-size analysis and Arcellacea as tools for inferring paleoclimatological variability: a case study from Holocene Canadian Subarctic lake sediments.

Thesis Supervisor:  Dr. Tim Patterson, Department of Earth Sciences