Speaker: Derya Guerer (Utrecht University)
Anatolia (present day Turkey) represents part of the Alpine-Himalayan orogen and exposes previously buried and metamorphosed rocks now covering an area of ~300 x 400 km.
Speaker: Dietmar Muller (University of Sydney)
Rapid global environmental change compels us to better understand what makes our planet habitable in the long run. Fundamental questions are: What can we learn from the geologi
Speaker: Laurie Menviel (Macquarie University)
Atmospheric CO2 increased by 90 ppm during the last deglaciation, but the sequence of events leading to this increase remains poorly constrained and a combination of
Speaker: Mr Chris Renggli
Sulfur dioxide is the most abundant sulfur-bearing volcanic gas species on Earth, with approximately 10 Mt SO2 emitted from volcanoes globally each year.
Speaker: Tom Mitchell (University College London)
Fault zones in the upper crust (<15 km) accommodate large-scale tectonic movements, and are the focal point of major earthquakes. During an earthquake, stored elastic strain