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- Van Tuyl Lecture: Measurement of 3D Deformation of the Central Calaveras Fault at Coyote Dam Combining Ground-Based Radar and Spaceborne SAR Interferometry January 18, 2018
Charles Werner, Gamma Remote Sensing AG, Gümligen, Switzerland 241 Berthoud Hall “Measurement of 3D Deformation of the Central Calaveras Fault at Coyote Dam Combining Ground-Based Radar and Spac …
- Exploring the Perceived Risk and Acceptability of Human Induced Earthquakes Related to Energy Development: The Case of Enhanced Geothermal January 18, 2018
The Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Division at Mines presents Dr. Katherine McComas’ lecture, “Exploring the Perceived Risk and Acceptability of Human Induced Earthquakes Related to …
- Chemistry Seminar Series: TBA January 19, 2018
Dr. Jessica Drader Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (French CEA) Host: Assistant Professor Jenifer Shafer 219 Coolbaugh Hall
- PE Distinguished Seminar: Shale Development – Does Cheap Energy Really Mean Flaming Tap Water January 19, 2018
SPE Distinguished Lecturer 2017-2018 Will Fleckenstein Adjunct Professor, CSM The prevention of contamination of fresh water aquifers has been a prime concern in drilling operations since the inceptio …
- Software Carpentry Workshop @ Mines January 20, 2018
If you’re struggling with how to make your data analysis more reproducible and automated, this is the workshop for you. The Mines Carpentries Team and Arthur Lakes Library are offering a free two-day …
- MLK Jr. Recognition Awards honor campus advocates
Three Colorado School of Mines community members received Martin Luther King Jr. Recognition Awards at a luncheon on January 17. Louisa Duley, assistant director of admissions; Kristine Callan, physic …
- Graves to receive first Women in Energy Pinnacle Award
Ramona Graves, dean of the College of Earth Resource Sciences and Engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been chosen to receive the inaugural Pinnacle Award from Oil and Gas Investor. The honor, …
- Santi commentary on post-wildfire debris flows published in The Denver Post
A guest commentary on post-wildfire debris flows written by Paul Santi, professor of geology and geological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was published in The Denver Post. The piece, " …