Earth Sciences Thesis Defence

Candidate Time/Date Location Subject / Title Degree
2017
Rachel Milligan 3:30 p.m., Thursday, November 30th, 2017 Earth Sciences, 1st year lab, LSC 2055, Dalhousie University FEATURES OF APATITE IN KIMBERLITES FROM EKATI DIAMOND MINE AND SNAP LAKE: MODELLING KIMBERLITE COMPOSITION M. Sc.
Zhuoyuan Li 10:00 a.m., Thursday, August 10th, 2017 Room 812, LSC, Dalhousie University MICRO-MORPHOLOGY AND RESORPTION FEATURES OF DIAMONDS FROM SNAP LAKE AND EKATI KIMBERLITES (CANADA) AS AN INDICATOR OF KIMBERLITE EMPLACEMENT CONDITIONS M. Sc.
Natasha Morrison 1:00 pm, Thursday, July 20, 2017 The Milligan Room, 8th Floor Biology Wing, LSC, Dalhousie University SEISMIC INVERSION AND SOURCE ROCK EVALUATION ON JURASSIC ORGANIC RICH INTERVALS IN THE SCOTIAN BASIN, NOVA SCOTIA M. Sc.
Charles Carlisle 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 22rd, 2017 Room 812, LSC, Dalhousie University GEOCHEMICAL STUDY OF HYDROCARBON-PRONE SEDIMENTS OF LOWER JURASSIC AGE IN THE SLYNE BASIN, OFFSHORE IRELAND M. Sc.
Jane Hawken 10:00 am, Monday, March 20, 2017 The Milligan Room, 8th Floor Biology Wing, LSC, Dalhousie University ORIGIN AND STRATIGRAPHIC SETTING OF THE SACKVILLE SPUR BOTTOM SIMULATING REFLECTOR, OFFSHORE NEWFOUNDLAND M. Sc.
Glenn Chapman 10:00 a.m., Friday, March 3rd, 2017 The Milligan Room, 8th Floor Biology Wing, LSC, Dalhousie University LATE-STAGE PROPAGATION OF THE GRENVILLE OROGEN: THERMOBAROMETRY AND TIMES OF PEAK METAMORPHISM FROM SUDBURY METADIABASE, GEORGIAN BAY, ONTARIO M. Sc.
Colin Bryden 10:00 am, Friday, February 24, 2017 The Milligan Room, 8th Floor Biology Wing, LSC, Dalhousie University STABLE ISOTOPE CHEMISTRY AND GEOCHRONOLOGY OF SCAPOLITE-BEARING PEGMATITES IN NORDØYANE, WESTERN GNIESS REGION, NORWAY: A MONITOR FOR THE ROLE OF FLUIDS IN (U)HP PARTIAL MELTING M. Sc.
Fall 2016
Samantha R. Van De Kerckhove 9:00 am, Thursday, December 08, 2016 The Milligan Room, 8th Floor Biology Wing, LSC, Dalhousie University TECTONIC HISTORY OF THE NEPEWASSI DOMAIN, CENTRAL GNEISS BELT, GRENVILLE PROVINCE, ONTARIO: A LITHOLOGICAL, STRUCTURAL, METAMORPHIC AND GEOCHRONOLOGICAL STUDY M. Sc.
Sarah MacLeod 1:30 p.m., Friday, December 2, 2016 The Milligan Room, 8th Floor Biology Wing, LSC, Dalhousie University Increasing Aluminum Levels in Southwestern Nova Scotia Rivers M. Sc.
Shrane Simon 10:00 am, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016 Room 3107, The Mona Campbell Building, 1459 LeMarchant Street SEDIMENTOLOGY OF THE FLUVIAL SYSTEMS OF THE CLEAR FORK FORMATION IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS: IMPLICATIONS FOR EARLY PERMIAN PALEOCLIMATE AND PLANT FOSSIL TAPHONOMY Ph. D.