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There and Back Again: Mantle xenon isotopes have a tale to tell

By parai on August 8, 2018 in news

NEW August 8, 2018 Our new paper published in Nature presents a model of xenon (Xe) cycling between the deep Earth and surface reservoirs. Volatiles (such as water, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and the noble gases) are outgassed from the Earth’s mantle due to volcanic activity. Surface volatile...

Congratulations to Savannah!

By parai on May 29, 2018 in news

Savannah Rodriguez was awarded the EPS department’s 2018 Ernest L. Ohle, Jr. Award! Savannah’s senior honors thesis was titled Boron Isotopic Constraints on Chemical Transport into the Deep Earth. Congratulations, Savannah!

Welcome to our new website!

By parai on October 24, 2017 in news

We have set up our rock preparation and wet chemistry labs, and are in the process of building our custom gas processing line to support the noble gas mass spectrometer. Check here for updates!