Next week, on Tuesday, October 8th, I’ll be presenting a Seminar to USGS about radiometric dating of chondritic material. If you can’t make it to that date, I’ll be presenting the same Seminar on Wednesday, November 13th at Stanford. Please stop on by! Details below: Title: The first 20 million years: Using geochronology of chondrites … More Back to Back Seminars on Chondrites
On Monday April 15th, I’ll be giving the Berkeley Isotope Geochemistry Seminar, please stop by if you are in the area! Spring 2019 Isotope Geochemistry Seminar Schedule 15 April 2019: Seminar – UC Berkeley Isotope Geochemistry Seminar 4:00pm in 265 McCone Title of Talk: Aqueous alteration in the early Solar System: constraints from oxygen isotopes … More UC Berkeley Isotope Geochemistry Seminar
Thanks to everyone who came out to the CIPS Seminar last week! If you missed it, or have any questions, feel free to contact me for more info.
I’ll be traveling down to UC Santa Cruz on Nov. 27th to give a colloquim talk on oxygen isotopes in the early Solar System. For anyone looking to check it out, the seminar begins at 3:30 pm, in Nat. Sci. Annex room 101. The title of my talk is: Oxygen isotopes in the early Solar … More UCSC Whole Earth Seminar, Nov. 27th
The presence of hydrated minerals in chondrites indicates that water played an important role in the geologic evolution of the early Solar System; however, the process of aqueous alteration is still poorly understood. We investigated the oxygen isotopic compositions of secondary minerals in CR chondrites to constrain fluid conditions on the asteroidal parent body. Calcite, … More New Paper on CR Chondrites