I’ll be traveling down to UC Santa Cruz on Nov. 27th to give a colloquim talk on oxygen isotopes in the early Solar System.
For anyone looking to check it out, the seminar begins at 3:30 pm, in Nat. Sci. Annex room 101. The title of my talk is: Oxygen isotopes in the early Solar System: From space rocks to Stardust.
My talk will cover how oxygen isotopes are used in cosmochemistry as a tool for understanding early Solar System formation. These isotopes can track the origin of the most primitive materials, while also revealing information about secondary planetary processes.
Here’s a link to the Whole Earth Seminar schedule for the remainder of the semester.