News from the EAG
- Nitrogen isotope fractionation during terrestrial core-mantle separation by Y. Li, B. Marty, S. Shcheka, L. Zimmermann, H. Keppler
- A glimpse into the Roman finances of the Second Punic War through silver isotopes by F. Albarède, J. Blichert-Toft, M. Rivoal, P. Telouk
- Compositional symmetry between Earth’s crustal building blocks by C. Lawley
- Experimental evidence that microbial activity lowers the albedo of glaciers by M. Musilova, M. Tranter, J.L. Bamber, N. Takeuchi, A.M. Anesio
We are thrilled to announce the selection of Prof. Alexandre Anesio (University of Bristol) as this year’s Distinguished Lecturer. Alexandre Anesio’s research interests are broad and combine concepts from Geography, Biology and Chemistry to understand carbon cycle in the cryosphere.
The Distinguished Lecture Program continues to support institutions in Central and Eastern Europe therefore if interested, those are most welcome to invite Alexandre Anesio to present one or two lectures. More details here.
Scientists discover how gypsum forms – and how it might tell us more about water on Mars. A new explanation of how gypsum forms may change the way we process this important building material, as well as allow us to interpret past water availability on other planets such as Mars. The work is reported in Nature Communications*. Gypsum (CaSO4·2H2O) is an economically important mineral… Read more