[unav_all] NAG2010. London, 11-12 February 2010

T.J.Wright at leeds.ac.uk T.J.Wright at leeds.ac.uk
Sun Nov 1 11:14:28 MST 2009


Apologies for any cross postings.

Dear all,

The 2010 British Geophysical Association, New Advances in Geophysics 
Meeting will be on the theme of "Magma Emplacement and Storage in the 
Earth's Crust".

Details are below and on:

http://homepages.see.leeds.ac.uk/~eartjw/nag2010

I hope to see some of you there.

Yours

Tim

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British Geophysical Association, New Advances in Geophysics Meeting 2010

Magma Emplacement and Storage in the Earth's Crust

11-12 February 2010
Geological Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

Magma plays a critical role in governing the mechanics of seafloor 
spreading, continental rifting, and in the formation of continental crust 
at subduction zones. Yet, until recently, few direct observations had been 
made of magma emplacement and storage. This meeting will bring together 
scientists from a variety of disciplines within Earth Sciences to discuss 
new inter-disciplinary observations and models of magma emplacement and 
storage, and the implications for volcanism.

Keynote Speakers to Include: Claude Jaupart (Institut de Physique du 
Globe, Paris), Will Wilcock (University of Washington), Matt Pritchard 
(Cornell University) and Charlie Langmuir (Harvard University).

Other invited speakers: Zhong Lu (USGS), John MacLennan (University of 
Cambridge), Freysteinn Sigmundsson (University of Iceland), Catherine 
Annen (University of Bristol), Kathy Whaler (University of Edinburgh), and 
James Hammond (University of Bristol).

Organisers: Tim Wright (University of Leeds), John Blundy (University of 
Bristol), Bob White (University of Cambridge), Joe Cann (University of 
Leeds)

Abstract and Early Bird Registration Deadline: 21 December 2009

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Tim J Wright
Royal Society University Research Fellow
School of Earth and Environment, Rm 106, 15-19 Hyde Terrace,
University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT

tel:    +44 (0)113 3435258 [fax:435259]
e-mail: t.wright at see.leeds.ac.uk


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