The 14th edition of the Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists Campfire will be a general format event. The talks will be held on Wednesday 10th November at 11am CET on Zoom.
Our three ECS speakers are:
1. Alessia Falasconi (Instagram: @la.lessie)
Ph.D. Student @ the University of Florence, Italy
Title: The opening phase of the Pomici di Avellino eruption (Somma-Vesuvius): towards the understanding of the modalities of eruption trigger and magma ascent
2. Marco Knüver (Twitter: @MarcoVolc)
Ph.D. Student @ the University of Bari, Italy
Title: Short timescale assimilation of carbonate rocks: How does it influence magma rising processes?
3. Andrew Whyte
Ph.D. Student @ the University of Cambridge, UK
Title: Quantifying water diffusivity and metamorphic reaction rates within mountain belts, and their implications for the rheology of cratons
Talk attendance is by registration only and you can register here.
Looking forward to seeing lots of you there!
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