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Searching for life beyond Earth: From Mars to the ocean worlds of the outer solar system

In this CEOAS Distinguished Visiting Lecture, Dr. Ellen Stofan discusses how liquid water is key to life on Earth, and thus the focus of our search for life beyond Earth. Finding evidence of…

From  Ernest Colantonio 60 plays

Gareth Goodbye

Gareth Baldrica-Franklin graduated from the OSU Geography program in June 2017. In this video he reflects on his research and work experiences with the Institute for Water and Watersheds. Video…

From  Maria Wright 61 plays

2016 Thomas Condon Lecture - Dr. John Grotzinger, California Institute of Technology - Curiosity's Mission of Exploration at Gale Crater, Mars (October 4, 2016)

2016 Thomas Condon Lecture: Curiosity's Mission of Exploration at Gale Crater, Mars - Dr. John Grotzinger, California Institute of Technology, October 4, 2016, LaSells Stewart Center, OREGON…

From  Ernest Colantonio 203 plays

Tracing Arctic Climate Evolution: From a forested arctic to the present

In this Distinguished Visiting Lecture, Professor Julie Brigham-Grette discusses how data are now being used to assess the climate evolution of the Arctic since a time when the arctic borderlands…

From  Ernest Colantonio 63 plays

Willamette Water 2100: December 18, 2013

Dr. Stan Gregory, Potential Responses of Native and Non-native Fish Communities to Thermal Changes in the Willamette River. Dr. Stan Gregory will report on his team’s extensive sampling of…

From  Maria Wright 309 plays

Inspiration Dissemination Featuring Jeremy Hoffman (9-22-13)

Inspiration Dissemination is a radio program on 88.7fm KBVR, Corvallis hosted by two Oregon State University graduate students. This episode features Jeremy Hoffman, a phD student in the College of…

From  Joseph Hulbert 22 plays

Five Tools of Moral Reasoning for Climate Scientists

Kathleen Dean Moore and Michael P. Nelson of MORAL GROUND: Ethical Action for Planet in Peril share insights about several moral reasoning methods that can help scientists whose work is critical to…

From  Kristina Case 365 plays