Petrology and Geochemistry Seminars

Contact

 Michael Anenburg or Joëlle Ducommun
 +61 2 6125 1459

Weekly seminars covering a wide range of topics on petrology and geochemistry research. Seminars are held at the Green Room (J5) at 12:30pm on Tuesdays and at Ringwood Room (J4) at 12:30pm on Fridays.

All questions, requests, and suggestions should be directed to Michael Anenburg or Joëlle Ducommun.

Upcoming events

26
May
2017
Speaker: Ian Campbell (RSES, ANU)
The changes that occur at the boundary between the Archean and Proterozoic eons are arguably the most fundamental to affect the evolution of Earth’s continental crust.
30
May
2017
Speaker: Xiaodong Zhang
Performance of the Helix MC Plus noble gas mass spectrometer installed at the Australian National University (ANU) is reported.
21
Jul
2017
Speaker: Zsanett Pintér (Macquarie University, BGI Germany)
Many mantle-derived magmas may originate through partial melting of complex, mixed mantle rocks including not only peridotite, but also oceanic crust recycled into the mantle.

Past events

19
May
2017
Speaker: Malcolm Sambridge (RSES)
Typically a laboratory experiment may have a series of input (independent) variables that you can control and output (dependent) variables that you want to measure.
12
May
2017
Speaker: Laura Miller (RSES, ANU)
A suite of basanite-nephelinite glasses have been recovered from the southern flank of Kilauea.
09
May
2017
Speaker: Professor Yaoling Niu, Department of earth Sciences, Durham University, UK
Geological processes are ultimately consequences of Earth’s cooling with time as manifested by plate tectonics.
05
May
2017
Speaker: Daniel Neuville (Research Director CNRS - IPGP, France)
Alkali and alkaline earth can be a network modifier or a charge compensator of AlO4- in aluminosilicate glasses and melts.

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