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SerpentineDays Webinar #18

The next SerpentineDays Webinar will take place on June 4, 2024, at 16:00 CEST. The presenters in this webinar will be Samuele Papeschi (CNR-IGG, Firenze, Italy): Fluid-mediated carbonation and mélange formation in a serpentinite subduction channel and Toshiaki Omori (Kobe University): Data-driven super-resolution of X-ray CT Images of rock samples by sparse representation: applications to … Continued

SerpentineDays Webinar #17

The speakers of this SerpentineDays webinar were Orlando Olivieri (University of Bologna): Mapping fluxes of CH4 and H2 in exhumed metamorphic complexes and Céline Martin (American Museum of Natural History): Fluid paths in subduction zones: insights from boron isotopes in serpentinites recordings coming soon. Get informed via our newsletter

SerpentineDays Webinar #16

The speakers were Lisa Mayhew (University of Colorado Boulder): Exploring for signs of water/rock reaction in Jezero crater, Mars with the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover and Eric Ellison (University of Colorado Boulder): Serpentinization and Hydrogen Production Processes in the Samail Ophiolite, Oman: Implications for Stimulated Hydrogen Production

SerpentineDays Webinar #15

The speakers of this webinar were Lisa Eberhard (Utrecht University): Stress-induced serpentine dehydration – an experimental approach and Katsuyoshi Michibayashi (Nagoya University): Legacy of mantle flow preserved within heavily serpentinized peridotitesin the cores of Oman Drilling Project recordings coming soon. Get informed via our newsletter

SerpentineDays Webinar #14

In this webinar we had a joint presentation by Francesco Ressico, Veronica Peverelli, Zeudia Pastore (University of Bologna) presenting their newest results on the Monte Maggiore ophiolite body “Tracing hydrogen production and fluxes during serpentinization in subduction: a combined approach using petrography, geochronology, and rock magnetism”

SerpentineDays Webinar #13

The speakers of our December webinar were Elizabeth Fones (University of Washington): Mechanisms enabling microbial cells to cope with carbon and energy stresses imposed by serpentinizing environments William Orsi (LMU Munich): Hydrogen utilization by endolithic life in ultramafic ocean crust

SerpentineDays Webinar #12

The speakers of our November webinar were Rémi Coltat (IACT): Petro-geochemical and isotopic constraints on the magmato-hydrothermal history during mantle exhumation at mid-ocean ridges (MARK area, 23°N, ODP Leg 153) Clifford Patten (University of Innsbruck): Ultramafic-hosted volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits: an overlooked sub-class of VMS deposit forming in complex tectonic environments

SerpentineDays Webinar #11

The speakers of this webinar were Matthew Tarling: Serpentinite rheological behaviour captured in micro-structural and -mineralogical complexity  John Aiken: Constraining Peridotite Alteration Rates with AI and ML

SerpentineDays Webinar #10

The speakers of this webinar were Juan Carlos de Obeso: Serpentinization and Carbonation during mass transfer into the leading edge of the mantle wedge Andrew McGaig: Preliminary results from IODP Expedition 399: a new 1268m hole in serpentinised mantle rocks

SerpentineDays Webinar #9

The speaker of this webinar was Atsushi Okamoto: Mass transport and metasomatic reactions at crust-mantle interfaces induced by CHO fluids

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