Petrology and Geochemistry Seminars

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 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.

Upcoming events

24
May
2019
Speaker: Leo Pure (Victoria University of Wellington, NZ)
A central objective of petrogenetic studies is to determine the proportions of crystallised magma to assimilated country-rock.
14
Jun
2019
Speaker: Karol Czarnota (Geoscience Australia)
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Past events

31
Mar
2015
Speaker: Maria Scicchitano
Serpentinites play a crucial role in recycling fluids and elements from oceans to oceanic lithosphere through seafloor metamorphism as well as from oceanic lithosphere to asteno
27
Mar
2015
Speaker: Othmar Müntener
Magma flux rates are fundamental for global geochemical cycles.
25
Mar
2015
Speaker: Seann McKibbin
New meteorites and improved geochemical techniques have recently identified several different parent bodies for basalt (eucrite, angrite) and ~peridotite (ureilite, pallasite)
24
Mar
2015
Speaker: Laure Gauthiez-Putallaz
24
Mar
2015
Speaker: Suzette Timmerman
Determining temporal variations in the nature and timing of diamond formation is an important step in understanding the workings of the Earth’s deep carbon cycle.

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