Speaker: Dr. Masahiko Honda
Analyses of noble gas isotopes by multi-collector, high resolution mass spectrometry have the potential to revolutionise applications in the cosmo-geo-sciences.
Carl Spandler from James Cook University, Townsville
The concentrations and types of hydrous point defects in olivine have important controls on many physical properties of the upper mantle.
The treatment of metamorphism as a sequence of near-equilibrium reactions responding to progressive changes in temperature and pressure (T,P) forms the basis of our understandin