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Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology
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Inês Pereira

I am a postdoctoral researcher, working on improving petrogeochemical tools using accessory minerals such as titanite and rutile. I am interested to develop tools that allow us to assess metamorphic conditions from detrital minerals and improve our understanding on the evolution of crustal geothermal gradients through time. I love books. I love nature. I love Earth Sciences.

Is garnet going to be your best date?

Is garnet going to be your best date?

For geochronologists it is all about precision and accuracy. For petrochronologists it is more about precise positioning of those ages to trace back the evolution of a rock. For many, it is not just about getting a crystallisation or metamorphic age, it is about knowing when and at what conditions a given rock experienced certain petrogenetic processes. As we progressed from geochronology to petro ...[Read More]

Your favourite conference is here, and it is already day number 2!

Your favourite conference is here, and it is already day number 2!

Tuesday, 24-05 GMPV folk, what did you think of the opening day of EGU GA 22? Exciting talks? Did you stopped by any of the ECS events or short-courses? After a kicking start yesterday evening, today session 9.4 continues in room D2 with plenty more on volcanic processes. There are several highlight talks that you should not dare to miss in the morning, and many more incredible talks. See which be ...[Read More]