Please join us here at 4pm EST: https://zoom.us/j/121459147
4pm ET, Wednesday 6 March 2019
In 2016, the EarthByte group, based in the School of Geosciences at the University of Sydney, created a visualization tool and model to measure the interactions of arc volcanism with buried carbonate platforms in deep time. Since then, hundreds of scientists, including many from DCO, have been using these new workflow tools, which make it possible to approximate paleo-atmospheric CO2 flux within a plate tectonic framework over hundreds of millions of years. In this webinar, EarthByte developer Sabin Zahirovic (University of Sydney, Australia), along with colleagues Kevin Wong (University of Leeds, UK) and Madison East (University of Sydney, Australia), will share progress in modeling deep carbon flux over deep time, showcase exciting new visualizations of Earth in action, and weigh in on what might be next for visualizing Earth’s processes.
Please join us here at 4pm EST: https://zoom.us/j/12145914