Core Petrology: Physical and chemical behaviour of magmas from source to eruption

This series of three lectures moves from considering the dynamics of magma storage in the crust, the release of magmatic fluids and their interaction with existing country rock, to the dynamics of volcanic eruptions.   The first and third lectures are followed by practicals combining a mixture of calculation and thin section work, the second lecture is followed by a seminar in the BPI fluid dynamics labs from Jerome Neufeld.

Part of: Core Petrology
Run by:
 Oliver Shorttle
Location: Harker 1 (for the first and third lectures, second lecture in the Marine Wolfson lecture theatre, Bullard labs)
When: Wednesday 15th February, Friday 17th February, Monday 20nd February.


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