Petrology and Geochemistry Seminars

Contact

 Nicholas Farmer

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 Nicholas Farmer.

Past events

06
Nov
2015
Speaker: James Tolley
TBA
26
Oct
2015
Speaker: Laure Gauthiez-Putallaz
Due to family reasons, Laure is departing to Europe this coming Monday, and will continue writing her thesis there.
23
Oct
2015
Speaker: Eleanor Mare
In the mantle and crust today, Ge is a trace element with a valence state of 4+ in silicate melts and minerals. However, Ge2+ has been inferred to be stable in silicate melt at
16
Oct
2015
Speaker: Michael Jollands
Petrologists often need to use experimentally-determined diffusion coefficients for a variety of reasons, generally in terms of constraining the degree of sub-solidus reequilibr
07
Oct
2015
Speaker: Vladimir Matjuschkin (University of Bristol)
Sulphur solubility and speciation are two key factors controlling the distribution of chalcophile elements and formation of magmatic ore deposits.

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