GEOS Seminar: Dr. Pedro Val

Thursday, April 27, 2023

4:15 pm — 6:15 pm

Hybrid (see description for details)

Open to the Public

"Tectonically dead but geomorphically alive. Understanding widespread geomorphic activity in intraplate settings"

Admission Price



In-Person Attendance: registration not required.

Online Attendance: email to register via Zoom.


This is a hybrid event.

In-Person Attendance:
 CUNY Graduate Center, Room 4102 (Science Center)
Online Attendance: Zoom (link sent upon registration)


This event is part of the Geography, Earth Science, and Oceanography (GEOS) Seminars for Spring 2023

GEOS is a lecture series hosted by the Ph.D. Program in Earth and Environmental Sciences at The Graduate Center, CUNY. This series features guest lectures by pre-eminent scholars and thinkers in the fields of Geology, Geography, Earth Science, Environmental Science & Psychology, Oceanography, Climate Science, and Atmospheric Science. This series provides the opportunity for students, faculty, and invited guests to interact, hear lectures about current research, and discuss the important topics of the day.​


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