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EGU GMPV Campfires – Geochemistry Edition Thursday 28th April 11am CEST

EGU GMPV Campfires – Geochemistry Edition Thursday 28th April 11am CEST

It’s April, the EGU General Assembly is close, but first the Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists talks (EGU campfires) are back! The second session in 2022 (and 17th overall) will be a special edition on Geochemistry. The talks will be held on Thursday 28th April at 11am CEST on Zoom.

 

Our three speakers are:

  • Piyal Halder (PhD Student @ Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleosciences Lucknow, India) – Evidence of fluid-rock interaction at the shallow crustal level and its role in triggering seismicity in Koyna Seismogenic Region, Maharashtra, India: Coupling Geochemistry with Geophysics

 

  • Will Knapp (PhD Student @ University of Camebridge, UK) – Quantifying CO2 mineralisations from enhanced weathering sites

 

  • Mallika Jonnalagadda (Ass. Professor @ Savitribai Phule Pune University, India) – Petrogenesis of atoll garnets from the UHP eclogites of the Tso Morari complex, Ladakh, NW Himalayas – A REE and trace element perspective

 

Talk attendance is by registration only and you can register here

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMkce6grz4vGd1UF-3u-tYBWmSSPirHsY_G

Looking forward to seeing lots of you there!

 

We’re looking for new speakers! No matter what career stage you are at, we want to hear about your science. You can sign up to give a live GMPV ECS talk in one of our future events using this google form

You can also give us FEEDBACK on any of our talks here

Giulia Consuma (The University of Western Australia); Eric Newland (University of Cambridge, UK); Marco Knüver (University of Bari, Italy); Jacqueline Grech Licari (University of Iceland).


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Elisabetta is a PhD student in Volcanology at the University of Bari Aldo Moro. In her PhD she deals with the study of the propagation of tephra in the Mediterranean area following large explosive eruptions and the construction of probabilistic maps useful for identifying the areas most exposed to risk from the point of view of civil protection. You can contact her by email (elisabetta.billotta@uniba.it) or on Instagram (@billyeli).


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