Jebsen seminar: High-Resolution Mapping and Sampling Technologies to Study Deep-Sea Volcanic and Hydrothermal Processes in the 21st Century

The 12 April, Emeritus Scientist Dr. Daniel J. Fornari from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution – Geology & Geophysics dept., will be holding a lecture at a Jebsen-seminar

The lecture will focus on the use of specially developed technologies including autonomous robots, remotely operated vehicles and newly designed, human-occupied submarines to enable more detailed and site-specific exploration of seafloor processes, as submarine volcanism and hydrothermalism, in many tectonic environments.
Title: High-Resolution Mapping and Sampling Technologies to Study Deep-Sea Volcanic and Hydrothermal Processes in the 21st Century
Time and place: 12th of April, 13.15-14.00, Auditorium in Vilvite-centre, Thormøhlensgate 51

More info at: http://www.uib.no/en/kgj-deepsea/116298/high-resolution-mapping-and-sampling-technologies-study-deep-sea-volcanic-and

The lecture is open for everyobody.

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