Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with GL's own Amanda Lindoo. She will present, "Permeability development in ascending magmas: implications for explosive versus effusive eruption styles."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Katherine Bermingham of the University of Maryland. She will present, "Isotope Genetics of the Solar System and Late-Stage Planetary Building Blocks ."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Catherine McCammon of University Bayreuth. She will present, "Seeking carbon in the deep Earth."

Geochemistry, Planetary Science

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Emily Pringle of UCSD. She will present, "Rubidium isotope insight towards understanding planetary accretion in the inner Solar System."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Hikaru Iwamori of JAMSTEC. He will present, "Geochemical heterogeneity of the Earth's mantle and its implications for the dynamics."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Razvan Caracas of the French National Centre for Scientific Research, Lyon. He will present, "Supercritical silicate melts in the protolunar disk."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with GL's own Mike Ackerson. He will present, "Partially molten granites at 500°C? Reimagining crustal magmatism."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Craig Lundstrom of the University of Illinois. He will present, "How do silicic igneous rocks form?"

Planetary Science

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with our own Andrew Steele.  Steele will present, "Mars, an analogue for early Earth?

Geochemistry

The Fellowship was awarded, "For outstanding contributions to experimental petrology especially to the structures, properties, and elemental partitioning behavior of magmas and fluids at high pressure and temperature, and also for his continuing initiatives to activate the Japanese Geoscience Union and its International Journal, Progress in Earth and Planetary Science (PEPS)”.

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