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Act on Climate with new website from CU Boulder Sustainability, Energy and Environment Community

Act on Climate, a new addition to the University of Colorado Boulder Sustainability, Energy and Environment Community (SEEC) website, makes it easy to step through the most effective personal actions you can take on climate.

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INSTAAR begins search for new director

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Diatoms of North America gets a website refresh

Diatoms of North America gets a website refresh

A new version of the community-based website Diatoms of North America launched today at https://diatoms.org. Previously known as Diatoms of the United States, the website is an online guide to diatoms that helps researchers identify almost 900 species.

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Events Calendar

Grad student talk - Nick Schulte

Nick Schulte will tell us all about the aeolian transport of diatoms in Antarctica, plus misc. Hope to see y'all there for science and pizza.

Noon seminar - Millennial soil retention of terrestrial organic matter deposited in the Bengal Fan

The abundance of organic carbon (OC) in vegetation and soils (~2,600 PgC) compared to carbon in the atmosphere (~830 PgC) highlights the importance of…

Accounting & HR info session

Do you have questions about grants, travel, finance, or HR? An informational meeting Sept. 26th is geared mostly toward new INSTAARs, but is open to…

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Seminars

Noon seminar - Millennial soil retention of terrestrial organic matter deposited in the Bengal Fan

The abundance of organic carbon (OC) in vegetation and soils (~2,600 PgC) compared to carbon in the atmosphere (~830 PgC) highlights the importance of…

Noon seminar - Hydroclimate variability in the Southwestern US: From tree rings to climate models…

Full title Hydroclimate variability in the Southwestern US: From tree rings to climate models to streamflow forecasting

Noon seminar - Molluscan sclerochronology


Grad Student Talks

Grad student talk - Nick Schulte

Nick Schulte will tell us all about the aeolian transport of diatoms in Antarctica, plus misc. Hope to see y'all there for science and pizza.

Grad student talk: Organic biogeochemistry and winter limnology in RMNP

Grad student talk: Snow fractions and runoff ratios


Conferences