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  • Katie Kumamoto’s two part study of shear zones in the Josephine Peridotite is now published in AGU journals: Kumamoto, K.M., J.M. Warren, and E.H. Hauri, 2019. Evolution of the Josephine Peridotite shear zones: 1. Compositional variation and shear initiation, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 20, 5765-5785, doi:10.1029/2019GC008399. Kumamoto, K.M.†, J.M. Warren, and L.N. Hansen, 2019. Evolution of […]

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  • December 19, 2019 - Jessica M Warren

    Cecile Prigent’s paper is live

    Postdoctoral scientist Cecile Prigent’s study of deep seawater flow in oceanic transform faults is now published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters. The paper can be downloaded for free through Feb 7, 2020 using this link. Prigent, Warren, Kohli, and Teyssier, 2020. Fracture-mediated deep seawater flow and mantle hydration on oceanic transform faults, Earth and […]

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  • UD Undergraduate Raphael Affinito spent part of last summer looking at deformation fabrics in melt-bearing peridotites from the Josephine Peridotite in Oregon. He is presenting the results of his summer research in the AGU Virtual Poster Showcase this fall. You can view it here or download the poster here.

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  • June 14, 2019 - Jessica M Warren

    Profile of volcanologist Kendra J. Lynn

    The College of Earth, Ocean, & Environment at the University of Delaware has just published a profile of group member Kendra J. Lynn!

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  • June 1, 2019 - Jessica M Warren

    Sierra Patterson graduates!

    UD undergraduate and Mantle Processes group member Sierra Patterson was awarded her BS in Geological Sciences today! Congratulations Sierra!! Sierra will complete her work on Gakkel peridotites this summer, then move to the University of South Carolina to start her Master’s degree with Michael Bizimis.

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  • February 1, 2019 - Jessica M Warren

    Article on trace elements in sulfides published

    An article by Megan D’Errico, Matt Coble, and Jessica Warren has been published in American Mineralogist as part of a special collection on Planetary Processes as Revealed by Sulfides and Chalcophile Elements. The article presents in situ trace element data for sulfides from abyssal peridotites and uses modeling of lead contents to show that sulfides […]

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  • December 14, 2018 - Jessica M Warren

    The Mantle Processes Group at the AGU Fall Meeting

    Jessica Warren, Kendra Lynn, and Sierra Patterson presented research at the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting in Washington DC.  

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  • October 7, 2018 - Jessica M Warren

    Ocean Rocks! at UD Coast Day

    The Mantle Processes Group presented an exhibit, “Ocean Rocks!” at UD Coast Day. This exhibit displayed samples collected from the seafloor and styrofoam objects shrunken by sending them down to the seafloor! The exhibit was adapted from an event held at the National Museum of Natural History in June. More information is in this UDaily […]

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  • October 1, 2018 - Jessica M Warren

    Dr. Kumamoto starts her NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship

    Katie Kumamoto has joined Lars Hansen’s group at Oxford University as an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow. She will be working on the contributions of composition and length-scale to the peak strength of the lithosphere.

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  • August 23, 2018 - Jessica M Warren

    Kuan-Yu Lin joins the Mantle Processes Group

    Kuan-Yu Lin has joined the Mantle Processes Group! Kuan-Yu completed his B.S. at National Cheng Kung University with a double major in Earth Sciences and Chemistry. He then completed his M.S. in Geosciences at National Taiwan University, with a thesis on the geochemistry of peridotites from ophiolites in Turkey.

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