Research presented at the Goldschmidt 2017 Conference

Several group members are off to Paris at the end of this week for the international Goldschmidt 2017 geochemistry and cosmochemistry conference. The following research will be presented by group members:

Process of Volatile Addition to Earth Revealed by Halogens in Chondrites  Clay P, Burgess R, Busemann H, Ruziè-Hamilton L, Joachim B, Day J & Ballentine C

Halogens (F, Cl, Br, I) in High Pressure Subduction Zone Minerals from the Western and Central Alps  Hughes L, Burgess R, Pawley A, Chavrit D, Lyon I, Tartese R, Droop G & Ballentine C

Effect of Water on the F and Cl Partitioning Behavior between Olivine and Silicate Melt  Joachim B, Stechern A, Ludwig T, Konzett J, Ruzié-Hamilton L, Clay P, Burgess R & Ballentine C

Nearside Lunar Mantle Halogen Composition from Mare Basalts  McDonald FE, Clay PL, Joy KH, Ballentine CJ & Burgess R

Quantifying Subducted Volatiles from the Leka Ophiolite, Norway  Carter E, O’Driscoll B, Burgess R, Clay P & Holland G

Insights into a HIMU Mantle Source: A Combined Noble Gas and Halogen Study of La Palma, Canary Islands  Jones R, Ruddy L, Walowski K, Burgess R & Ballentine C

Generation and Evolution of Volatile-Rich Magmas from El Hierro, Canary Islands
Taracsák Z, Hartley ME, Longpré M-A, Burgess R & Edmonds M

Assessing the Lunar Regolith Noble Gas Budgets  Curran N, Joy K & Carpenter J

40Ar-39Ar, Chemistry and Mantle Source Modelling of Apollo 17 Basalts
Assis Fernandes V, Czaja P, Fawcett L, Khan A, Liebske C, Neal C & Sliwinski J

Noble Gas and Stable Isotope Characteristics of Hydrothermal Fluid System, Krafla, Iceland  Li Y, Zhou Z, Markusson S, Zwahlen CHolland G

Xenon and Krypton in Carbon-Rich Lithologies: Isotopic Anomalies, Present and Past Atmospheric Signatures  Avice G, Farley KA & Tartèse R

 

Preceding the conference will also be the Developments In Noble Gas Understanding and Expertise #5  , which will be attended by several group members.

Also for the field geologists among you – Romain Tartèse will be co-leading a pre-conference fieldtrip in Brittany to view tectonised granitic deposits.

 

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About Katherine Joy

Hello! I am Katherine Joy. I am part of the University of Manchester Isotope Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry group. More details about my research interests can be found at http://www.seaes.manchester.ac.uk/people/staff/profile/?ea=katherine.joy
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