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.
Speaker: Laura Miller (RSES, ANU)
A suite of basanite-nephelinite glasses have been recovered from the southern flank of Kilauea.
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.
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.
Experiments are frequently conducted with a metal-oxide buffer, with the intention of fixing the oxygen fugacity of the charge at this buffer.