Monday, November 4, 2019 - 11:00
Event Host: 
Shaunna Morrison

Dr. Daniel Gregory from the University of Toronto presented on the wide range of information that can be obtained from the humble pyrite grain. His research focuses on in-situ analyses of various mineral phases in order to understand changes in fluid chemistry during mineral formation. The research outcomes have important applications to diverse fields that range from environmental chemistry, economic geology, to paleooceanography. Most of his work has focused on laser ablation ICPMS analysis of the mineral pyrite with lesser emphasis on magnetite, hematite, chlorite, and titanite.

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