Spring 2020 Colloquia

Spring 2020 colloquia

January 13: First day of classes - no colloquium

Thursday, January 16: Faculty search talk
Time: 2:30-3:30. Location: S201 (Survey room 2022)

January 20: Martin Luther King Day - no colloquium

Tuesday January 21: Faculty search talk
Time: 2:30-3:30. Location: S201 (Survey room 2022)

Monday January 27: Faculty search talk

Wednesday January 29: Faculty search talk
Time: 4:00-5:00. Location: S201 (Survey room 2022)

February 3: Faculty search talk

February 10: Dr. Xuesong ZHANG, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Title: Coupling Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystem Processes to Support Sustainable Watershed Management.

February 17: P. David Polly, Chair of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Title: Research of the Dynamic Earth cluster.

Janet McCabe, Director of IU's Environmental Resilience Institute.
Title: IU’s Environmental Resilience Institute: Recent Developments and New Opportunities.

February 24: Ben Kravitz, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Title: Dynamic downscaling modeling of climate in Midwest USA.

Chen Zhu, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. 
Title: Futurewater.indiana.edu – a cyberinfrastructure for climate change adaptation research, teaching, and service to the society.

March 2: Heather Golden, US EPA.
Title: Wetlandscapes: Gatekeepers of streamflow and water quality across multi-scale watershed.

March 9: Doug Edmonds, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Title: The impact of land use on sediment dynamics in hillslopes and rivers.

March 16: No colloquium, Spring Break

March 23: Natasha MacBean, IU Department of Geography.

Travis O’Brien, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. 

March 30: Dr. Tara Smiley, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

April 6: P. David Polly, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

Wednesday, April 15: Tudor Lecture in Geophysics and award presentation. CANCELLED

Thursday, April 16: Reed Maxwell, Ph.D. 2020 Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecturer. This lecture will be held as a webinar

Go to the webinar

The Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecture Series in Groundwater Science fosters interest and excellence in groundwater science and technology. It was established in 1986 and named in in honor of Henry Darcy of France for his 1856 investigations that established the physical basis upon which groundwater hydrogeology has been studied ever since.

Each year, a panel of scientists and engineers invites an outstanding groundwater professional to share his or her work with their peers and students through this lecture series. The Darcy Lecture Series is most often presented at universities and professional associations throughout the world.


April 20: Stephan Toby, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. CANCELLED

May 4: No Colloquium, Final Exam Week

Inquiries should be directed to Professor Chen Zhu (chenzhu@indiana.edu)