PGS Talks 1993-94

1993

Sep 16: 'The 1991 Eruption of Hekla (Iceland) as Seen Through the Non-Blinking Eyes of Borehole Strainmeters' - Alan Linde, Carnegie Institution of Washington

Oct 21: 'The Upper Mantle of Northern Eurasia' - Vlad Ryaboy, Center for Seismic Studies

Nov 18: 'Federal Involvement in the Environmental and Earth Sciences: an Overview of Recent Developments' - Debra Knopman, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Water and Science, Department of the Interior

Dec 16: 'Challenges in Environmental Observations' - Kathyryn D. Sullivan, Chief Scientist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, first American woman to walk in space

1994

Jan 20: 'What's New at NSF?', James F. Hayes, National Science Foundation, (Meeting was canceled due to cold weather).

Feb 17: 'Tsunami Deposits as Paleoseismic Indicators' - Jody Bourgeois, Geology & Paleontology, NSF

Mar 17: 'Implementing the USA's Technology Policy' - Gary Bachula, Deputy Under Secretary for Technology, Department of Commerce

Apr 21: 'The Collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter' - Lucy-Ann McFadden, Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland

May 19: 'A New Model of the World's Best Studied Volcano'- Dick Fiske, Department of Mineral Sciences, Smithsonian Institution