Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Near-Surface Geochemistry and Geobiology

Yale Professor Mark Brandon To Give Talk On The Cenozoic Evolution of Climate, Topography, and Tectonics in the Patagonian Andes

Monday, September 18, 2017

The Earth and Planetary Science seminar series presents:

Mark Brandon

Yale (on sabbatical at Stanford)

Cenozoic evolution of climate, topography, and tectonics in the Patagonian Andes

Thursday, September 21st

4:00 p.m.141 McCone


If you would like to meet with the speaker or go to lunch or dinner please contact either Luke Fairchild ( or David Shuster ( who are the student and faculty hosts respectively.

Coffee and cookies will be available before the seminar in the basement at 3:45 and a reception will follow the seminar on the balcony of McCone (5th floor).


Upcoming speakers:

9/28 — Bill Bottke, Southwest Research Institute: Echoes of giant planetary migration and lost ice giants [joint with Astronomy]

10/5 — Doug Hemingway, UC Berkeley: Icy ocean world interiors from gravity and topography