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  • October 1, 2022 - Jessica M Warren

    Postdoc Nadine Grambling joins the lab

    Nadine Grambling has joined the Mantle Processes group as a postdoctoral scholar! She will be studying olivine fabric development by combining rock deformation experiments with analysis of samples from the Talkeetna Intraoceanic Arc in Alaska. Her work is supported by NSF project EAR-2113408 and is a collaboration with Ningli Zhao (Carnegie Institution) and Greg Hirth […]

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  • August 3, 2022 - Jessica M Warren

    Eruption response fieldwork at Kīlauea Volcano

    Graduate student Abigail Nalesnik and UD affiliate professor Kendra J. Lynn are featured in this amazing interactive piece by Tracey Bryant and Dave Barczak for the UD Research magazine. The story describes their encounter with a volcanic eruption at Kīlauea’s Halema’uma’u crater in 2021.

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  • Current lab members Kuan-Yu Lin and Abby Nalesnik, along with affiliated lab member Kendra J Lynn, will present their research at the 2022 Goldschmidt Conference in Honolulu, HI: Lin, K.-Y., Warren, J. M., & Davis, F. A. (2022). Evaluating the effects of spreading rate and melt addition on the closure temperatures recorded by peridotite thermometers. […]

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  • After two years of virtual conferences, Mindy Bahruth and Kuan-Yu Lin where able to attend the 2021 AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans!

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  • August 5, 2021 - Jessica M Warren

    Article published on oceanic transform faults

    An article on the role of seawater infiltration for oceanic transform fault seismicity has been published in the latest issue of Nature Geoscience. Oceanic transform faults are a major category of plate-bounding faults that cross-cut the mid-ocean ridge system. This study by Arjun Kohli, Monica Wolfson-Schwehr, Cecile Prigent, and Jessica Warren incorporates seawater hydration into […]

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  • Former lab member Suzanne Birner has published an open access paper titled “Melt addition to mid-ocean ridge peridotites increases spinel Cr# with no significant effect on recorded oxygen fugacity“. In this paper, we report geochemical data, petrographic observations, and oxygen fugacity estimates for Southwest Indian Ridge peridotites. We show that low to moderate degrees of […]

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  • May 21, 2021 - Jessica M Warren

    UDaily article on Sierra Patterson’s research

    Read the UDaily feature article on former lab member Sierra Patterson here!

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  • An article by Kendra J. Lynn and Jessica M. Warren on the timescales of hydrogen re-equilibration in nominally anhydrous minerals from peridotites is now published in American Mineralogist, as part of the special collection “Volatile Elements in Differentiated Planetary Interiors”. Lynn, K.J. and J.M. Warren, 2021. The potential for aqueous fluid-rock and melt-rock interactions to […]

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  • Sierra Patterson’s recent paper on deep hydrothermal alteration of Gakkel peridotites is now available as an open access article from Lithos. Thanks to the Department of Earth Sciences at UD for supporting the costs of open access publishing! Patterson, S.N., K.J. Lynn, C. Prigent, J.M. Warren, 2021. High temperature hydrothermal alteration and amphibole formation in […]

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  • March 23, 2021 - Jessica M Warren

    Review article on anisotropy

    A review article by Lars Hansen, Manuele Faccenda, and Jessica Warren has been published in Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, as part of a special issue on physical properties and observations of the lithosphere-asthenosphere system. Download via this link through May 12, 2021: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1cnRC7GVxUJ48 L.N. Hansen, M. Faccenda, J.M. Warren, 2021. A review […]

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