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Mathias Burisch Jun 1
Zoned from the Media Luna , Moreales District, . Interaction of a fluid with limestone resulted in the formation of this metasomatic .
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Maia Hoeberechts Jun 3
ROV will be on the bottom any minute now! Do you need to add vents to your day? (Who doesn’t?)
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GET Stable Isotope Group Jun 2
and publish new tin isotope separation protocol and data for coal samples. Study finds that inform on oxidation state: heavy isotopes associated with Sn from fluids.
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UTMSI Dec 12
It's not easy working with organisms that live in water hot enough to dissolve rock, but Maggie Langwig with is. She is trying to capture how these organisms obtain energy and what genes they use to collect it.
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MIO Marseille Marine Mercury Lab Feb 4
Apply now to one of 15 positions on ! Our PhD project at will address vents, evasion from the ocean and includes an to the Southern Ocean.
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Andrew J. Martin Feb 13
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Gabor Kereszturi Mar 18
A look at yesterday's temperature peak of Crater Lake. Cooking the pot.
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TONGA Project Nov 22
How do you track plumes in the ocean? Follow the gases! Cedric Boulart, Jean-Philippe Gac measure CO2 & CH4 on board and take samples for Helium, tracers of hydrothermal activity on the seafloor (Valerie Chavagnac)
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Dr Martin D. Suttle Nov 26
We have a new publication coming out in MAPS! Exploring a unique CV-like (TAM5-29) with a complex alteration history. The particle has an impact compacted fabric & unusual andradite-diopside-jarosite clasts.
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Eri 🇪🇷 tricity⚡️ Feb 3
potential for 1 MegaWatt system () in is like a baseload with 7300 h/ year.The costs here are in the high-voltage grid. It appears possible to install several power stations about 150 MW (annual generation at least 1,1 GWh) in this area
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Teresa Ubide Nov 14
Jillian Gabo-Ratio from presenting her fantastic research on deposits !! 😊🌏⛏
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Andrew J. Martin Mar 26
A perfect little anhydrite crystal in a vein next to pyrite (black), complete with fluid inclusion trail. I wonder what the S isotope signature would be? Seawater or magmatic?
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Isobel Yeo Feb 26
Incredible to see the plume coming off the top of after the November in real life after staring at it from satellites for so long. Note brave little going off to investigate.
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Mathias Burisch May 21
Supergene (L) & hypogene (R) , Bou Azzer deposit, on . The pink is erythrite – a cobalt arsenate.
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Veerle Huvenne Nov 21
Great to see our paper about the vent fauna in Kemp Caldera, published! Jon Copley kindly provides a short video of this amazing environment, studied with the help of the Isis. Ah, and that’s me, watching the ROV being deployed 🙂
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The Geology Shop Feb 10
Rhodochrosite is a manganese carbonate that occurs as a veinstone in lead & silver-lead ore veins or as a meta-somatic replacement in limestone.
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Gabor Kereszturi May 11
When you think everything is ready to capture the titanomagnetite dissolution. There is one SEM image missing, during . The journal editor might not notice? 😅
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Andrew Taylor Apr 17
The lives 2000m deep inside thin organic tubes near the sides of active black smokers at vents in the . Able to withstand temperatures of up to 80°C, they are the most heat-tolerant animal on . Specimen from own
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Dr. Michaela Spiske Jan 13
Last field trip in 2019: natural CO2-degassing with , mud volcanoes and mineral as evidence of postvolcanic activity in the . during the day, even though the geothermal gradient is 5.5°/100m here😉
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Astrobiology Nov 25
Life Under Extreme Conditions At Hot Springs In The Ocean
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