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EGU2023 - Insight into the deep geochemical behaviour of trace volatiles: from the crust to the core

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Sarah Figowy
Wed, Nov 16, 2022 2:26 PM

Dear colleagues,

We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the session GMPV2.3:

Insight into the deep geochemical behaviour of trace volatiles: from the
crust to the core
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU23/session/45171

which will be held at the EGU general assembly in Vienna, from the 23th
to the 28th of April 2023. You will find below a description of the session.

Please note that the deadline for abstract submission is 10. January
2023
*, 13:00 CET.*

We look forward to seeing you in Vienna next year,

Best regards,

Sarah Figowy (University of Oslo, Norway)

Vincenzo Stagno (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)

David Dolejs (University of Freiburg, Germany)


Description of the session

Long-term geochemical behaviour of volatile components such as carbon,
sulfur, halogens and noble gases in the Earth is of key importance for
understanding numerous geological phenomena, including magmatic
processes, interactions between rocks and fluids in subduction zones,
and interactions between the deep Earth and the surface.
The very low concentrations of some volatile species (e.g. noble gases,
halogens) in many host phases make their study challenging. To better
constrain their geochemical behaviour from the upper crust to the
Earth’s core, we need additional quantitative data on volatile
partitioning and diffusion in minerals, melts, fluids and gases. The
role of the crystal-chemistry of minerals, as well as that of melt and
fluid composition in controlling the incorporation of volatiles needs to
be emphasized alongside extensive parameters, such as temperature,
pressure, redox or pH conditions.
The present session aims at bringing together analytical, experimental
and computational studies that dive into the complex behaviour of
volatile species in the deep Earth, from the rock- to the atom-scales.
We encourage but are not limited to contributions addressing the
distribution of volatiles between minerals, melts and fluids, the
behaviour of volatiles in the lower mantle and the core, and the role
played by volatiles in the geodynamical cycles of the deep interiors.

--
Dr. Sarah FIGOWY
Postdoctoral researcher
University of Oslo
Problemveien 7, 0315 Oslo, Norway

Dear colleagues, We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the session GMPV2.3: Insight into the deep geochemical behaviour of trace volatiles: from the crust to the core <https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU23/session/45171> which will be held at the EGU general assembly in Vienna, from the 23th to the 28th of April 2023. You will find below a description of the session. Please note that the *deadline for abstract submission* is *10. January 2023**, 13:00 CET.* * * We look forward to seeing you in Vienna next year, Best regards, Sarah Figowy (University of Oslo, Norway) Vincenzo Stagno (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) David Dolejs (University of Freiburg, Germany) --------------- *Description of the session* Long-term geochemical behaviour of volatile components such as carbon, sulfur, halogens and noble gases in the Earth is of key importance for understanding numerous geological phenomena, including magmatic processes, interactions between rocks and fluids in subduction zones, and interactions between the deep Earth and the surface. The very low concentrations of some volatile species (e.g. noble gases, halogens) in many host phases make their study challenging. To better constrain their geochemical behaviour from the upper crust to the Earth’s core, we need additional quantitative data on volatile partitioning and diffusion in minerals, melts, fluids and gases. The role of the crystal-chemistry of minerals, as well as that of melt and fluid composition in controlling the incorporation of volatiles needs to be emphasized alongside extensive parameters, such as temperature, pressure, redox or pH conditions. The present session aims at bringing together analytical, experimental and computational studies that dive into the complex behaviour of volatile species in the deep Earth, from the rock- to the atom-scales. We encourage but are not limited to contributions addressing the distribution of volatiles between minerals, melts and fluids, the behaviour of volatiles in the lower mantle and the core, and the role played by volatiles in the geodynamical cycles of the deep interiors. -- Dr. Sarah FIGOWY Postdoctoral researcher University of Oslo Problemveien 7, 0315 Oslo, Norway