Speaker: Andrew Feitz (Geoscience Australia)
Reducing emissions from the extraction, transportation, and burning of fossil fuels is an important mechanism for many countries in order to limit their greenhouse gas emissions
Speaker: Michael Garcia (University of Hawaii)
Kilauea on the island of Hawaii is one of the best studied volcanoes on Earth with >100 years of geophysics, field and gas monitoring.
Speaker: Ms Louise Schoneveld (RSES)
This presentation aims to enlighten the audience on the most important factors that control the partitioning of trace elements between plagioclase, clinopyroxene and melt.
Speaker: Dorrit Jacob (Macquarie University)
Perhaps one of the most exciting paradigm changes in mineralogy in the last decade was the discovery of non-classical crystallization pathways and how widely spread they are in
Speaker: Greg Ivey (University of Western Australia)
Measuring the rate of vertical mixing in the interior of the density-stratified ocean is essential to determining the distribution of heat, biologically important nutrients and