Volcanology, Geochemistry and Petrology


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V001. Accessorize It: Controls on the mobility of trace elements during subduction
Maureen Feineman | Pennsylvania State University
Alicia Cruz-Uribe | University of Maine
V002. Advances in Metamorphic Processes: Mechanisms, Conditions, Rates, and Drivers
Alicia Cruz-Uribe | University of Maine
Jesse Walters | University of Maine
V003. Advancing Earth Science through Geologic Mapping
Joseph Colgan | U.S. Geological SurveyUSGS-GECSC
Amy Gilmer | USGS-GECSC
Ren Thompson | USGS
V004. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Investigating the Formation of Earth and its Chemically Distinct Reservoirs
Katherine Bermingham | University of Maryland College Park
Jesse Reimink | Carnegie Institution for Science
V005. A Perfect Match: Bringing Together Models of Geodynamics and Thermodynamics to Understand Geochemical and Petrological Observations
Tobias Keller | Stanford University
Rosie Jones | University of Oxford
Mark Ghiorso | OFM Research
Marc Spiegelman | Columbia University
V006. Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to the study of volcanic systems
Brett Carr | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
Felix von Aulock | University of Liverpool
Emma Liu | University of Cambridge
Danielle Moyer | Drexel University
V007. Basaltic magmatism: Constraints from trace elements.
Shichun Huang | University of Nevada Las Vegas
Kirsten Nicolaysen | Whitman College
Alberto Saal | Brown University
Tanya Furman | Penn State Univ
V008. Beyond the elastic half-space: understanding volcanic processes and their timescales through more realistic deformation modelling
Benoit Taisne | Asian School of the Environment
Jamie Farquharson | EOST École et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre
Fabien Albino | University of Bristol, COMET
Elodie Brothelande | University of Miami
V010. Bridging the gap between field- and laboratory-based studies of effusive and explosive volcanism through large-scale experiments
Jeffrey Karson | Syracuse University
Ulrich Kueppers | Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Benjamin Edwards | Dickinson College
Arianna Soldati | University of Missouri Columbia
V011. Chemistry and Physics of Redox Reactions in the Solid Earth
Fred Davis | University of Minnesota Duluth
Maryjo Brounce | University of California Riverside
V012. Chemistry, Mechanics, Geophysics, and Timescales of Magmatic Processes
Mattia Pistone | University of Bristol
Benoit Taisne | Asian School of the Environment
Bradley Singer | University of Wisconsin Madison
Meredith Townsend | Brown University
V013. Combining Monitoring Data with Models to Investigate Volcanic Unrest
Hélène Le Mével | Carnegie Institution for Science
Kyle Anderson | USGS California Volcano Observatory
Nathan Andersen | University of Oregon
Yan Zhan | University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
V014. Continental intraplate magmas - their origins and significance interpreted from multidisciplinary studies.
Thomas Sisson | USGS
Vincent Salters | NHMFL
Walter Mooney | USGS Earthquake Science Center Menlo Park
Katarzyna Liszewska | USGS
V017. Data Science and Geochemistry: Applying Data-driven Approach in Geochemistry-centric Studies
Tao Wen | Pennsylvania State University
Fang Huang | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Chao Liu | Carnegie Institution for Science Washington
Lisa Warden | Carnegie Institution for Science Washington
V018. Deciphering Magma-Tectonic Interactions in Rifts, Arcs, Ridges and Volcanic Fields
Christelle Wauthier | Pennsylvania State University
Peter La Femina | Pennsylvania State University Main Campus
James Muirhead | Syracuse University
Halldor Geirsson | University of Iceland
V019. Developments in Magma-Water Interaction: Field Work, Experiments, and Computations
Ingo Sonder | SUNY Buffalo
Pranabendu Moitra | University at Buffalo
Alison Graettinger | University of Missouri-Kansas City
Erin Fitch | Hawai'i Institute of Geophysics and Planetology
V020. Earth’s Organic Carbon Cycle: from Oceans to Mantle
Matthieu Galvez | ETH Zurich
Temilola Fatoyinbo | NASA GSFC
Cara Magnabosco | Simons Foundation
Timothy Eglinton | ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
V021. Generation and storage of silicic magmas in hydrothermally preconditioned crust
Shane Rooyakkers | McGill University
John Stix | McGill University
Tamara Carley | Lafayette College
V022. Geosphere to Anthroposphere: an integrated approach to securing the mineral resources that underpin modern society
Graham Lederer | USGS
Jamie Brainard | USGS
Simon Jowitt | University of Nevada Las Vegas
Nedal Nassar | USGS
V023. Glass and Stone Cavities in Minerals:  Melt Inclusions at 160 Years
James Webster | Curator - Div Physical Science
Omar Bartoli | Università di Padova
Rosario Esposito | University of California Los Angeles
V024. Hydrothermal systems in oceanic arcs: Subseafloor structure, mineralization processes, and vent communities
Hidenori Kumagai | Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)JAMSTEC
Susan Humphris | WHOI
Cornel de Ronde | GNS Science
Jun-Ichiro Ishibashi | Kyushu University
V025. Innovations in Isotope Mass Spectrometry and Isotope Metrology in Geosciences
Chun-Yuan Huang | National Taiwan University
Claudia Bouman | Thermo Scientific
Xiaomei Xu | Univ California Irvine
Nicholas Lloyd | Thermo Fisher Scientific
V026. Integrating perspectives on East African Rift magmatism from satellite to subsurface measurements
Erin DiMaggio | Pennsylvania State University
Sara Mana | Salem State University
Wendy Nelson | Towson University
Christelle Wauthier | Pennsylvania State University
V027. Interdisciplinary Characterization of Volcanic Explosion Source Dynamics
Kathleen McKee | Carnegie Institution for Science
Sarah Albert | Sandia National Laboratories
Benjamin Andrews | Smithsonian Institution
Maurizio Ripepe | Universita di Firenze
V028. Lithium resources in continental brines, pegmatites, and lacustrine sediments
Lisa Stillings | US Geological Survey
Linda Godfrey | Rutgers Univ
Mark Coolbaugh | Dajin Resources Corp.
V029. New Insights into Oceanic Spreading Centers from Seafloor Observatories
Christian Baillard | School of Oceanography, University of Washington
Thibaut Barreyre | K.G.J. Centre for Deep Sea Research, University of Bergen
Marjolaine Matabos | IFREMER
David Butterfield | University of Washington, NOAA/PMEL
V030. Oceanic Intraplate Volcanism
Lisa Samrock | GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
Thor Hansteen | GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
Ricardo Ramalho | Instituto Dom Luiz, Universidade de Lisboa
Dennis Geist | National Science Foundation
V031. Petro-chronology 2.01
Igor Villa | University of Bern
Michael Williams | University of Massachusetts
Andrew Kylander-Clark | UC Santa Barbara
Philippe Goncalves | Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté
V032. Quantitative Volcanic Hazard Assessment and Uncertainty Analysis in Satellite Remote Sensing and Modeling
Ciro Del Negro | National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology
Alexis Hérault | Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers
Michael Ramsey | University of Pittsburgh
Matthew Watson | University of Bristol
V033. Rates and timescales of magma transport and storage from mantle source to emplacement or eruption
Maurizio Petrelli | University of Perugia
Stephan Kolzenburg | McGill University / LMU Munich
Georg Zellmer | Massey University
Danilo Di Genova | Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
V034. Role, Effect and Fate of Halogens in the Earth System
Anita Cadoux | Université Paris Sud - Paris Saclay
Marion Louvel | University of Cambridge
V035. Sourcing and Geochemistry of Non-Hydrocarbon Gas Accumulations
Marc Buursink | U.S. Geological Survey
Matthew Merrill | U.S. Geological Survey
V036. Storage, cycling, and environmental consequences of magmatic volatile transfer from the mantle to the atmosphere
Tobias Fischer | University of New Mexico
Benjamin Black | CUNY City College of New York
Taryn Lopez | University of Alaska Fairbanks
James Muirhead |
V037. Sulfur – a unique player for redox evolution, volatile degassing, metal transport in magmatic, volcanic, and hydrothermal systems
Xiaofei Pu | University of Michigan
Adrian Fiege | American Museum of Natural History
Tobias Fischer | University of New Mexico
Rita Economos | Southern Methodist University
V038. The Emerging Multidisciplinary Science of Fire and Ice: Understanding the causes, timing and consequences of planetary glaciovolcanism
Benjamin Edwards | Dickinson College
Gioachino Roberti | Simon Frasier University
Meagen Pollock | College of Wooster
Brent Ward | Simon Fraser University
V039. The Time is Ripe: Advancements of Diffusion Chronometry in Igneous and Metamorphic Systems
Kendra Lynn | University of Delaware
Megan Newcombe | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
V040. Triple isotopes of oxygen and sulfur in terrestrial systems
David Zakharov | University of Oregon
Justin Hayles | Rice University
V041. Upper Crust Evolution:Models of formation and composition
Scott Wipperfurth | University of Maryland College Park
Jill VanTongeren | Rutgers University New Brunswick
C. Keller | Berkeley Geochronology Center
Oliver Jagoutz | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
V042. Volatile Budgets and Cycling Through Planetary Evolution
Peng Ni | Carnegie Institution for Science
Emily Pringle | University of California San Diego
Miki Nakajima | Carnegie Institution for Science
Yuan Li | Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, CAS
V043. Volcanic ash plumes - Generation, Dynamics, Electrification, Dispersion and Impacts
Cassandra Smith | University of South Florida Tampa
Sonja Behnke | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Sebastian Mueller | University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Ali Hoshyaripour | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
V044. Volcano Seismology and Acoustics: Recent Advances in Understanding Volcanic Processes
Alexandra Iezzi | University of Alaska Fairbanks
Benoit Taisne | Asian School of the Environment
Weston Thelen | USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory
Diana Roman | Carnegie Institution for Science
V045. What can pyroclasts tell us?
Benjamin Andrews | Smithsonian Institution
Corrado Cimarelli | LMU Munich
Ulrich Kueppers | Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Heather Wright | USGS
. The 2018 Eruptions of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii and Fernandina and Sierra Negra Volcanoes, Galápagos
Ingrid Johanson | Univ California Berkeley
Matthew Patrick | USGS
Gregory Waite | Michigan Technological University
Claire Horwell | Durham University
A073. Multiscale Evolution of Volcanic Plumes: from Injection to Large-Scale Transport and Impacts
Valentina Aquila | American University
Thomas Aubry | University of British Columbia
Laura Kerber | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Verity Flower | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
DI013. Forms and Fluxes of Deep Carbon in Earth
Marie Edmonds | University of Cambridge
Erik Hauri | Carnegie Institution for Science
Louise Kellogg | University of California - Davis
Jie Li | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
DI017. Probing the Lowermost Mantle
Sanne Cottaar | University of Cambridge
Mingming Li | Arizona State University
Lauren Harrison | EOAS University of British Columbia
Shuai Zhang | Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
ED045. Reframing the Conversation:  Why Diversity in the Geosciences Workforce Matters
Jill Karsten | AGU Diversity & Inclusion Task Force
Erika Marin-Spiotta | University of Wisconsin Madison
Gregory Jenkins | Pennsylvania State University
G002. Better Living Through Volcano Geodesy: Constraints on Volcanic Hazards from Geodetic Observations and Multidisciplinary Models
Michael Poland | Cascades Volcano Observatory, U. S. Geological Survey
Ronni Grapenthin | New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Chiara Montagna | Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
Paul Lundgren | JPL
MR003. Connecting Rheology, Microstructure, and Chemistry of the Upper Mantle: New Constraints from Experiments, Models, and Natural Observations
Yuval Boneh | Brown University
Emily Chin | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Katharina Marquardt | Bayerisches Geoinstitut, Universitaet Bayreuth
MR020. Precursory deformation before dynamic failure
Sergio Vinciguerra | University of Turin
Wenlu Zhu | University of Maryland College Park
NH011. Engaging Science to Enhance Preparedness for Regional and National-Level Response to Volcanic Eruptions
Erika Kohler | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Seth Moran | USGS
Tobias Fischer | University of New Mexico
NS009. Near-Surface Geophysics and its Applicability to Volcanic Environments
Niels Grobbe | University of Hawaii at Manoa
Mark Everett | Texas A & M Univ
Andrew Binley | University of Lancaster
Charles Connor | University of South Florida
P052. The Significance of Late Accretion for Composition and Early Evolution of the Terrestrial Planets
Harry Becker | Freie Universität Berlin
Doris Breuer | German Aerospace Center DLR Berlin
Thorsten Kleine | University of Münster
Kai Wuennemann | Museum fuer Naturkunde
T011. Current understanding of large igneous provinces, hotspot tracks, and mantle plumes
William Sager | University of Houston
Anthony Koppers | Oregon State University
Cornelia Class | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
Trond Torsvik | University of Oslo
T051. The Varied Roles of Aqueous Fluids Near the Subduction Interface
Cailey Condit | Rice University
Besim Dragovic | Boise State University
Jonathan Delph | Rice University
Melodie French | Rice University
T053. Volatile cycling in subduction zones: fluid inputs, pathways & outputs, and their impact on geodynamic processes and natural hazards
Stephen Hicks | University of Southampton
George Cooper | University of Durham
Lidong Bie | University of Liverpool
Richard Davy | Imperial College London
T055. Wyoming Craton: From Precambrian core of Laurentia to current state within North America
Raymond Russo | University of Florida
Carol Frost | University of Wyoming
Paul Mueller | Univ Florida-Geology Dept