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

23
Jan
2018
Speaker: Sheree Armistead (Adelaide)
Gondwana was Earth’s most recent supercontinent and amalgamated during the Neoproterozoic.

Past events

04
Aug
2017
Speaker: Lluís Fontboté (U of Geneva)
SEG Distinguished Lecturer Series
28
Jul
2017
Speaker: Leo Pure (Victoria University of Wellington, NZ)
Long-lived (>100 kyr) arc volcanoes are powered by the continued supply of mafic magma that is injected into the lower crust.
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.
07
Jul
2017
Speaker: Greg Yaxley (RSES)
We have discovered rare compositionally zoned garnets in a lherzolite xenolith from the Wesselton kimberlite in the Kaapvaal raton.The garnets contain depleted cores with compos
30
Jun
2017
Speaker: Marc Norman (RSES)
Heavily cratered surfaces on the Moon, Mars, and Mercury show the terrestrial planets were battered by an intense bombardment during their first billion years.

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