Jan 7 – 9 (Th, Fr, Sa)
Where: Rice University, Department of Earth Science, Room 100
When: Meetings start at 830 AM (continental breakfast at 800 AM).
Please arrange your own travel (arrive Jan 6, depart Jan 10). Rice will take care of accommodations, food, etc.
What to expect: Discussion on long-term climate and deep Earth-atmosphere connections. Discussion leaders should show some of their ongoing work to initiate conversation, but identify key questions, general concepts for a broader audience, challenges, and future directions. Presentations should be 30-40 minutes, leaving 20 minutes for discussion
contact Cin-Ty Lee for questions, travel arrangements, etc.
Thursday Jan 7
800-830 Continental breakfast
830-930 Overview of whole Earth Systems, how we got here, outstanding questions, where are we going (Cin-Ty Lee)
930-1030 Overview of deep carbon cycle – from core to the surface (Rajdeep Dasgupta)
1100-1200 Surface carbon cycle modeling, basics to outstanding questions (Richard Zeebe)
130-230 Biogeochemical cycling, outstanding problems (Gerald Dickens)
230-330 wiggle room
330-500 Informal discussions, coffee, etc.
Friday Jan 8
800-830 continental breakfast
830-930 Geological constraints on arc volcanism through time, from zircons through basement geology (Ryan McKenzie, Wenrong Cao)
930-1030 Geodynamics (Adrian Lenardic)
1100-1200 Skarns and metamorphic decarbonation (Jade Star Lackey and Jaime Barnes)
130-230 Modeling decarbonation during regional metamorphism (Xu Chu)
230-330 Beyond carbon – oxygen, phosphorous, molybdenum, uranium; new research directions (Cin-Ty Lee)
Saturday Jan 9
800 – 830 continental breakfast
0830-930 Carbon (Li Yuan)
930-1200 Open discussions, new ideas, students lead
130-300 Open discussions