Speaker Readings and Presentations

Andrew Putnis' Readings and Presentation

Talk Abstract

Reactions at mineral‐fluid interfaces : from experiment to nature – from the nanoscale to the macroscale

Andrew Putnis
Institut für Mineralogie
University of Münster, Germany

PowerPoint Presentaion (pdf)

Reactions at mineral-fluid interfaces : from experiment to nature – from the nanoscale to the macroscale.

Andrew Putnis & Christine Putnis
University of Munster, Germany

Video of Presentation (links below)

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Andrew Putnis and Christine V. Putnis: The mechanism of reequilibration of solids in the presence of a fluid phase, Journal of Solid State Chemistry 180 (2007) 1783 - 1786

Required Reading for Students

Andrew Putnis and Timm John: Replacement Processes in the Earth's Crust, Elements, Vol. 6, pp. 159 - 164, June 2010

Required Reading for Students

Andrew Putnis : Mineral Replacement Reactions, Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry Vol. 70 pp. 87 - 124, 2009

Recommended Reading for Students

Encarnacion Ruiz-Agudo, Christine V. Putnis, Carlos Rodriguez-Navarro and Andrew Putnis: Mechanism of leached layer formation during chemical weathering of silicate minerals, GEOLOGY, October 2012; v. 40; no. 10; p. 947 - 950

Additional Reading

Andrew Putnis and H. Austrheim: Fluid-induced processes: metasomatism and metamorphism Geofluids (2010) 10, 254 - 269

Additional Reading

Frank Richter's Readings and Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation (pptx)

An Intellectual Travelogue: Exploring Chemical and Isotopic Fractionation by Diffusion

Frank Richter
University of Chicago

Presentation Abstract

Isotope Fractionation by Mass Transport in Silicate Melts and Minerals

Frank Richter
Department of the Geophysical Sciences
The University of Chicago

Video of the Presentation (links below)

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Frank M. Richter et al.: Isotopic fractionation of the major elements of molten basalt by chemical and thermal diffusion, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (2009) 4250 - 4263

Required Reading for Students

Rahul Chopra et al.: Magnesium isotope fractionation by chemical diffusion in natural settings and in laboratory analogues, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 88 (2012) 1 - 18

Required Reading for Students

Frank M. Richter et al.: Elemental and isotopic fractionation of Type B CAI-like liquids by evaporation, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71 (2007) 5544 - 5564

Additional Recommended Reading for Students

Denis Andrault's Readings and Presentation

Talk Abstract

Denis Andrault, et al., Melting properties of the deep Earth's mantle

PowerPoint Presentation (pdf)

Melting of the deep mantle along the Earth’s history

Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans: Denis Andrault, Giacomo lo Nigro, Nathalie Bolfan-Casanova, Ali Bouhifd

European Synchrotron: Sylvain Petitgirard, Gaston Garbarino, Giulia Veronesi, Mohamed Mezouar

D. Andrault, et al., Solidus and liquidus profiles of chondritic mantle: Implication for melting of the Earth across its history, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. (2011), doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.02.006

Required Reading for Students

Thorne Lay et al.: Partial melting in a thermo-chemical boundary layer at the base of the mantle, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 146 (2004) 441 - 467

Required Reading for Students

Beth Orcutt's Readings and Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Microbial Life in the Marine Subsurface: Tools and Approaches for Detecting Deep, Dark Life

Beth Orcutt
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences

Video of Presentation (links below)

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Beth N Orcutt et al.: Colonization of subsurface microbial observatories deployed in young ocean crustThe ISME Journal, (2011) 5, 692 - 703

Required Reading for Students

Andrew T. Fisher et al.: IODP Expedition 327 and Atlantis Expedition AT 18-07: Observatories and Experiments on the Eastern Flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, Scientific Drilling, No. 13, April 2012

Required Reading for Students

David Kohlstedt's Readings and Presentation

David Kohlstedt's Talk Abstract

Stress-driven Melt Migration in Partially Molten Rocks: The Connection between Field Observations, Laboratory Experiments, Theoretical Analyses, and Numerical Models
David Kohlstedt
University of Minnesota

PowerPoint Presentation

Stress-driven Melt Migration in Partially Molten Rocks: The Connection between Field Observations, Laboratory Experiments, Theoretical Analyses, and Numerical Models
David Kohlstedt
University of Minnesota

Video of Presentation (links below)

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David L. Kohlstedt and Benjamin K. Holtzman: An Experimentalist's Perspective on the Influence of Deformation on Melt Extraction, Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. , 2009. 37:561 - 93

Required Reading

Yasuko Takei and Benjamin K. Holtzman: Viscous constitutive relations of solid-liquid composites in terms of grain boundary contiguity: 3. Causes and consequences of viscous anisotropy, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 114, B06207

Required Reading

Peter Brewer's Reading and Presentaion

PowerPoint Presentation (pdf)

Advances in Executing Complex Geochemical Experiments on the Sea Floor: CH4 -->CO2 Hydrate Conversion as a Greenhouse Gas Strategy?

Peter G. Brewer, MBARI

Video Presentation (links below)

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Graue, A., Kvamme et al.: Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Methane - Carbon Dioxide Hydrate Reactions in Sandstone Pores, SPE International, SPE SPE 102915 , 2005

Required Reading

Youngjune Park et al.: Sequestering carbon dioxide into complex structures of naturally occurring gas hydrates, 12690–12694 _ PNAS _ August 22, 2006 _ vol. 103 _ no. 34

Required Reading

Hiroko Tabuchi: An Energy Coup for Japan: ‘Flammable Ice’, New York Times, March 12, 2013

Topical article from the NY Times

Max Schmidt's Readings and Presentaion

Talk Abstract

Deep Recycling of Carbon During Subduction

Powerpoint Presentation

Deep (Subduction) Recycling of Carbon

Max Schmidt
ETH-Zürich

Video of Presentation (links below)

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Daniele Grassi, Max W. Schmidt , Detlef Gunther : Element partitioning during carbonated pelite melting at 8, 13 and 22 GPa and the sediment signature in the EM mantle components, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 327-328 (2012) 84-96

Required reading for students

Max W. Schmidt and S. Poli: Devolatilization During Subduction, Treatise in Geochemistry 2nd Edition a proof yet to be published and cannot be disseminated / only for personal use in this context

Required reading for students

Tom McCollom's Readings and Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Required reading for students

Video of Presentation (links below)

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Thomas M. McCollom, and Wolfgang Bach: Thermodynamic constraints on hydrogen generation during serpentinization of ultramafic rocks Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73 (2009) 856 - 875

Required Reading for Students

Thomas M. McCollom: Geochemical Constraints on Sources of Metabolic Energy for Chemolithoautotrophy in Ultramafic-Hosted Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Systems, ASTROBIOLOGY,Volume 7, Number 6, 2007

Required Reading for Students

Matthew O. Schrenk et al.: Serpentinization, Carbon, and Deep Life, Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry,Vol. 75 pp. 575-606, 2013

Additional Reading for Perspective

Michael Lewan's Readings and Presentation

Talk Abstract

Analogues Between Water In Granite Melts and Petroleum Formation

PowerPoint Presentation

ANALOGUES BETWEEN WATER IN GRANITE MELTS AND PETROLEUM FORMATION
M. D. Lewan
U. S. Geological Survey, Box 25046, MS 977, DFC, Denver, CO, 80225, USA

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Michael Lewan: Experiments on the role of water in petroleum formation, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Vol. 61, No. 17, pp. 3691 - 3723, 1997

Required Reading for Students

Michael D. Lewan and Stephanie Roy: Role of water in hydrocarbon generation from Type-I kerogen in Mahogany oil shale of the Green River Formation, Organic Geochemistry 42 (2011) 31 - 41

Required Reading for Students

Davis A. Young : Mind Over Magma: The. Story of Igneous Petrology, Chapter 6: Wet or Dry? The Origin of Granite, Princeton University Press, 2003

Additional Reading for Perspective

Ginny Catania's Readings and Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation (pdf)

Understanding Ice Sheet Variability

Video of Presentation (links below)

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J. C. Burton et al.: Laboratory investigations of iceberg capsize dynamics, energy dissipation and tsunamigenesis, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 117, F01007, doi:10.1029/2011JF002055, 2012

Required Reading for Students

Rosalyn A. V. Robison et al.: Dynamics of viscous grounding lines, J. Fluid Mech. (2010), vol. 648, pp. 363-380.

Required Reading for Students

Daniel Lathrop's Reading and Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Laboratory Models of Earth's Core

Video of Presentation (links below)

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Daniel P. Lathrop and Cary B. Forest: Magnetic dynamos in the lab, Physics Today, pp 40-45, July 2011

Required Reading for Students

Ares Rosakis' Readings (Presentation Cancelled)

Kaiwen Xia, Ares J. Rosakis, Hiroo Kanamori: Laboratory Earthquakes: The Sub-Rayleigh - to - Supershear Rupture Transition, SCIENCE Vol. 303, 19 March 2004

Required Reading for Students

Ares J. Rosakis et al.: Dynamic Shear Rupture in Frictional Interfaces: Speeds, Directionality, and Modes, Treatise on Geophysics, vol. 4, pp. 153-192

Required Reading for Students

M. Mello, H.S. Bhat, A.J. Rosakis, and H. Kanamori: Identifying the unique ground motion signatures of super-shear earthquakes: Theory and experiments, Tectonophysics 493 (2010) 297 - 326

Required Reading for Students

Ares J. Rosakis: Speed Dependence and Crack Addiction, Engineering & Science, 2000

Addtional Reading for Perspective

Ares J. Rosakis: Intersonic shear cracks and fault ruptures, Advances in Physics, 2002, Vol. 51, No. 4, 1189-1257

Additional Reading for Perspective

John Whitehead's Readings and Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation

Laboratory Perspectives On Geological Fluid Mechanics

Video of Presentation (link below)

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John A. Whitehead, Jr., and Douglas S. Luther: Dynamics of Laboratory Diapir and Plume Models, Journal Of Geophysical Research Vol. 80, No. 5 February 10, 1975

Required Reading For Students

Miranda C. Holmes-Cerfon, J.A. Whitehead: Instability and freezing in a solidifying melt conduit, Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, Volume 240, Issue 2, 15 January 2011, Pages 131-139

Required Reading For Students

J. A. Whitehead and R. W. Griffiths: Morphological Instabilities in Flows with Cooling, Freezing or Dissolution

Additional Reading for Perspective

John A. Whitehead Jr, Henry J . B. Dick and Hans Schouten: A mechanism for magmatic accretion under spreading centres, Reprinted from Nature. Vol. 312. No. 5990. pp. 146-148. 8 November 1984

Additional Reading for Perspective

John A. Whitehead and Karl Helfrich: Instability of Flow with Temperature-Dependent Viscosity: A Model of Magma Dynamics, Journal Of Geophysical Research,Vol. 96, No. B3, Pages 4145-4155, March 10, 1991

Additional Reading for Perspective

E. Aharonov, J. A.Whitehead, P. B. Kelemen, and M. Spiegelman: Channeling instability of upwelling melt in the mantle, Journal Of Geophysical Research,Vol. 100, No, Bio, Pages 20,433-20,450, October 10, 1995

Additional Reading for Perspective