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Category: 2019-2020 Speakers

Mark Koleszar – “Geological tales of Iceland”

by Andrew Bryant, 17 Oct 2019. Mark recently completed his Masters thesis at the University of Iceland, entitled “Flat-topped volcanic edifices in Vonarskarð, Central Iceland, and on the Kolbeinsey Ridge“.   You can learn more about his research here, or read his full thesis here. Geology is one thing.  Iceland is something else. Over the course … Continue reading Mark Koleszar – “Geological tales of Iceland”

Mike Demuth – “Cold Matters: Cryospheric Change and Related Hydro-ecological Functioning”

by Tom Koleszar, 26 Sep 2019. Mike is an Emeritus Research Scientist in Glaciology and Cold Region Environments who lives part-time in Lund.  Mike’s talk introduced us to Earth’s cryosphere and then focussed on mountain glaciers.  More can be learned about the cryosphere here. We learned a great deal about how to measure glaciers and … Continue reading Mike Demuth – “Cold Matters: Cryospheric Change and Related Hydro-ecological Functioning”