Astrobiology, Department, Geochemistry, High Pressure, Materials, Mineralogy, Planetary Science

The AGU Fall Meeting 2016 will take place in San Francisco, CA from December 12-17.  Many staff members and postdoctoral associates from the Geophysical Laboratory will attend this year.  

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Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Rebecca Lange from the University of Michigan.  She will present, "Timescales and mechanisms for voluminous high-silica rhyolite melt generation - insights into supervolcano eruptions and differentiation within granitoid batholiths."

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Eiji Ohtani from Tohoku University.  He will present, "Volatile circulation in the mantle and the light elements in the core."

Geochemistry, High Pressure

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Michael Walter from the University of Bristol.  He will present, "The Fate of Deeply Subducted Carbon."

The Geophysical Laboratory dedicated two and a half days from October 23-25 celebrating the legacy and vision of Marilyn Fogel, who spent 33 years here as a Staff Scientist doing groundbreaking research and mentoring generations of young scientists of all levels—from high school interns to postdo

Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with our own Corliss Kin I Sio.

Astrobiology, Geochemistry

The Geophysical Laboratory's weekly seminar series continues with Shogo Tachibana from Hokkaido University, Japan.  He will present, "Early evolution of the Solar System: Laboratory experiments and sample return missions."

Geochemistry

This story took time… time, extreme pressure and high temperature. It’s a story of complex NH bedrock geology but also remarkable coincidences. It’s the story of a short-lived, nearly forgotten chapter of NH history: graphite mining in the western hills of our State from the White Mountains to the Monadnock Region.

Geochemistry

Lara Wagner, staff scientist at DTM, presents the first of four lectures in our annual Neighborhood Lecture Series.  The key to life’s evolution on Earth is the development and persistence of plate tectonics, a planetary process that affects everything from the mineral composition of the continents to the existence of liquid water on Earth’s surface. 

Geochemistry

Daniel Eldridge is a Carnegie Fellow at the Geophysical Laboratory.  He is interested in various aspects of experimental and theoretical stable isotope geochemistry, and its application to the low temperature sulfur cycle, core formation of planetary bodies and asteroids, and various other geoche

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