The January meeting will take place on:

Wednesday January 18, 2017 8:00 pm

Room C2045
Chemistry - Physics Building
Memorial University of Newfoundland

  • Speaker: Dr. Chris Woodworth-Lynas - "A Cold Ocean on Mars"
  • Observation Reports
  • Observing Chair: The Sky Next Month
  • Coffee

Dr. Chris Woodworth-Lynas (PhD in Marine Geology) has over 30 years' experience in marine geophysical survey and interpretation, and is Owner and President of PETRA International Ltd. which specializes in Offshore Oil and Gas; Defense and Security; Environmental Science. He has Offshore geophysical/geological experience from the Canadian Arctic, Labrador Sea, Grand Banks, Nova Scotia Shelf, S. China Sea, Gulf of Thailand, Arabian Gulf, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and Venezuela. His 10 years of resarch on features made by drifting ice and icebergs in cold polar oceans on Mars, is the topic of this talk.

Parking in Lot 15B (next to the Music School) is available if the gate is up.
Otherwise use metered parking in various areas.

Please Note: Meetings normally take place on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, September to June.

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