2022 Second Year Qualifying Presentations
Monday, April 11, 9 am – 12 pm
Major Discourse: The Composition and Controls of Atmospheric Oxygen in the Proterozoic
Minor Discourse: Novel Relationships between Phosphorus, Oxygen and Biological Productivity
Committee: Planavsky, Lora, Blake, Tarhan, Kasting (PSU)
Wednesday, April 20, 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Major Discourse: Upper Ocean Heat Content across the Arctic Basin in a Changing Climate
Minor Discourse: A Theoretical Analysis of Under-Ice Photosynthesis in a Changing Arctic Ocean
Committee: Timmermans, Fedorov, Lora, Wettlaufer
PREComm: Brandon, Gauthier
Friday, April 22, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Major Discourse: Analysis of Dissolved Oxygen in the Beaufort Gyre to Understand the Evolution of Pacific Sourced water
Minor Discourse: Investigating Factors Controlling Arctic Freshening and Sea Ice Decline Using CMIP6 Output
Committee: Timmermans, Fedorov, Lora, Le Bras (WHOI)
Friday, April 29, 10 am – 1 pm
Major Discourse: Assessing the Relative Roles of Ventilation in the North Pacific and Temperature-Dependent Remineralization on the Marine Carbon Cycle During the Warm PlioceneMinor Discourse: Regional Controls on Marine Carbonate Preservation
Committee: Hull, Planavsky, Fedorov, Thomas, Burls (GMU)
PREComm: Bercovici, Lora
Procedure: Student will give no more than a 40 minute presentation (30 minutes on the Major Discourse and 10 minutes on the Minor Discourse). This is immediately followed by brief period (approx. 5 minutes) of questions from the general audience.
Required: by the Advisor, Advisory Committee, DGS and PREcomm.
Optional: Other interested faculty and students are invited to attend the presentation and the subsequent brief general-question period.
All are welcome to the presentation. Only EPS and invited external faculty may attend the in-depth question period.