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Summer time in research groups usually means two things: conferences and field work. For me this summer it was field work and I had my first postdoctoral research trip to Iceland. Along with myself was Margaret Hartley a lecturer in … Continue reading
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The last few blog posts have been out of this world, so I thought this week I would bring it down to Earth and tell you about the fieldwork I have been carrying out in Iceland for my PhD. My … Continue reading
Tagged Dating, Earth, fieldwork, Helium, Iceland, Lava, Noble Gases, PhD, Subglacial, U/Th-He, Volcano
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On Thursday March 14th a few of the Isotope and Cosmochemistry research group traveled down in the very early hours of the day to The Open University in Milton Keynes to attend the Geochemistry Group Research in Progress Meeting. Nat Curran, … Continue reading
Tagged Conference, cosmic ray exposure, Cosmochemistry, Geochemistry, geochemistry group, Isotopes, lunar regolith, Mid-ocean ridge, Open University, Research, science
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Subglacial volcanoes. What are they you might ask? Well this week our blog is taking a different turn and I’ll be explaining what a certain type of subglacial volcano called tuyas are and how they’re formed. Tuyas are volcanoes that … Continue reading