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Element and Isotope Geochemistry

Controls on quartz precipitation mechanisms and isotope fractionation during diagenesis of Precambrian chemical sedimentary rocks like IF are not well constrained.

Using electron microprobe analyses (@UTK, @UWisc), X-ray diffraction and fluorescence (EDXRF, @UMD), Scanning electron microscopy (SEM @UMD), ICP-MS /ICP-OES (external), IRMS (@UWO), and SIMS techniques (@NORDSIMS), we can gather major, trace, and rare earth element data at both the micro and macro scale, in addition to high-resolution in-situ and bulk isotope data to provide new constraints on geochemical and isotopic changes during diagenesis and metamorphism of iron formation and other associated rocks.

Such constraints can then be used to decipher how primary geochemical signatures related to ocean chemistry change over the time frame of deposition.

News

June 26, 2018

Congratulations to Yr 1 MS student Jackie Drazan for presenting at ILSG!

Congratulations to year 1 MS student Jackie Drazan for presenting thei…

June 26, 2018

Interested in working in the lab for summer research? Currently recruiting!

We are currently recruiting for summer and fall undergraduate research…

June 26, 2018

Congratulations to Anthony Wetzel and Kendall Johnson on their UROPs!

UMD undergraduate students Anthony Wetzel and Kendall Johnson just com…

April 13, 2018

Welcome to new graduate student Jackie Drazan

We are excited to have graduate student Jackie Drazan join the lab! Ja…