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Subject:

EGU 2019- GMPV1.2 "Peering into the past: the power of microstructures to unravel metamorphic and igneous processes” with updated invited speakers!

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Silvio Ferrero <[log in to unmask]>

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Metamorphic Studies Group <[log in to unmask]>, Silvio Ferrero <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear all,
Do you think that microstructures hold the key to unravel natural 
processes?
Do you feel the need to understand why an intriguing microstructures is 
exactly the way it is?
Or simply the microscope is your favorite tool to work on natural and/or 
synthetic materials?
After a very successful session last year, with great talks and a very 
eager audience, we would like to invite you to submit your contribution 
to another wonderful session which focusses on the power of 
microstructures to unravel metamorphic/magmatic processes at the EGU 
2019, in Vienna!
______________________________________________________________________
GMPV1.2 “Peering into the past: the power of microstructures to unravel 
metamorphic and igneous processes”

Conveners: Silvio Ferrero (Universität Potsdam), Gautier Nicoli 
(University of Cambridge), Brendan Dyck (Simon Fraser University) and 
Marian Holness (University of Cambridge)

The microstructure of igneous and metamorphic rocks are archives 
preserving abundant information about rock history, such as heating and 
cooling rates, metasomatism and fluid infiltration, timing and location 
of nucleation and crystal growth, crystallisation regime, and the 
extent, mechanisms and timing of deformation. Microstructural features 
achieve even greater importance when combined with geochemical data, but 
their potential is commonly under-recognised.

We welcome contributions covering the entire range of igneous and 
metamorphic petrology, which either showcase development of new 
microstructural analysis techniques or new applications of 
well-established techniques, or illustrate how microstructural 
interpretation adds to our understanding of rock history. We anticipate 
that this broadly-conceived session will trigger exciting new synergies 
across a wide range of microstructural studies.


Invited speakers:

Bruna B. Carvalho (University of Padova, Italy), with the talk "Melt and 
fluid inclusions in migmatites: unravelling anatexis and fluid regime of 
the deep crust"

David Dolejs (University of Freiburg, Germany) with the talk "Simulating 
and interpreting igneous textures: from crystallization kinetics to 
pluton dynamics"

Nicolas Garibaldi (University of Wisconsin-Madison, US) with the tallk 
"Rhyolite segregation, accumulation and escape assisted by tectonic 
shortening: the magnetic and mineral fabric record of the Huemul pluton, 
Chile"

__________________________________________________________
We are very much looking forward to seeing you in Vienna.
With best wishes
Silvio, Gautier, Brendan and Marian

-- 
Silvio Ferrero
tel. 0049(0)3319775705
Universität Potsdam
Institut für Erd- und Umweltwissenschaften
- Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences -
Haus 27, Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 24-25
14476 Potsdam

"In those early days people laughed at me. They quoted Saussure who had
said that it was not a proper thing to examine mountains with microscopes,
and ridiculed my action in every way. Most luckily I took no notice of
them"
(Henry Clifton Sorby)

To many petrologists a volatile component is  exactly like a Maxwell
daemon; it does just what one may wish it to do.
(The evolution of the igneous rocks, N.L. Bowen, 1928)

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