Wednesday, February 24 at 12:00pm to 12:45pm
Plate tectonics is one of the most important processes in shaping the Earth. Over eons It helped form continents, mountains, volcanoes, basins for oceans and much more. These formations were crucial in helping to develop our atmosphere and sustain life.
While scientists agree plate tectonics were fundamental in Earth’s formation, it has been highly debated for decades about how and when it began. Join geologist Dr. Sarah Aarons as she shares exciting new clues into when the process may have begun and how analyzing titanium isotopes in ancient rocks provides compelling new evidence.
How to Attend
This digital Lunch Break Science is FREE to attend, but registration is required. Registration will be open until 10:30 am on the day of the event.
You will be sent a link and password to access the talk at 11 am on the day of the event.