2 GSA abstracts

Möller A., Premo W.R., Baumgartner L.P., Siron G., Kooijman E., Kelly N.  (2017) Paleoproterozoic crustal growth in the central US: Hf and oxygen isotope evidence from magmatic zircon in the Yavapai province of North-Central Colorado. GSA abstracts

Dutrow B., Marger K., Putlitz B., Henry D.J., Baumgartner L.P., Siron G., Bouvier A-S. (2017) In-situ oxygen isotope study of tourmaline and quartz: insights into the prograde temperature history. GSA abstracts

6 Goldschmidt abstracts

Baumgartner L.P., Bégué F., Siron G., Luisier C., Marger K., Bouvier A.-S. (2017) Using Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry to decipher fluid-rock interaction, Goldschmidt abstract 2017

Bloch E., Baumgartner L.P., Putlitz B., Bouvier A.-S. (2017), Late-stage fluid infiltration in the Zermatt-Saas ophiolite zone, Goldschmidt abstract 2017

Higashino F., Rubatto D., Kawakami T., Bouvier A.-S. (2017) Oxygen isotope zoning in garnet from granulite facies rocks, Goldschmidt abstract 2017

Luisier C., Baumgartner L.P., Bouvier A.-S., Siron G., Vaughan-Hammon J., Schmalholz S. (2017), Importance of relative water fugacity estimates in meta-granites and white schists from SIMS measurements of water content in phengite, Goldschmidt abstract 2017

O’ Farrell, D.J. Tomlinson E.L., Caufield J.T., Bouvier A.-S., Stuart F. M. (2017) Halogen Composition of the Proto-Iceland Plume Source Mantle, Goldschmidt abstract 2017

Siron G., Baumgartner L.P., Bodner R., Bouvier A.-S., Putlitz B. (2017), Chlorine content in biotite as tracer of fluid-rock interaction during contact metamorphism, Goldschmidt abstract 2017


EGU: 3 abstracts

If you are going to EGU this year, do not miss the three presentations/posters reporting SwissSIMS data:

“Silicon and oxygen isotopic trends in Mesozoic radiolarites” by Maximlien Bôle et al.

“The physical hydrology of magmatic-hydrothermal systems: High-resolution 18O records of magmatic-meteoric water interaction from the Yankee Lode tin deposit (Mole Granite, Australia)” by Szandra Fekete et al.

“Decrease in water activity due to fluid absent partial melting monitored with water content in biotite in the Western Adamello contact aureole (Italy)” by Guillaume Siron et al.


CASA school (12-14/01/15)

CASA school took place from January 12th to 14th. The 2 first days were dedicated to presentations (day 1: science ; day 2: technics), and visits of the labs were possible on day 3.

Thanks again to the speakers:
Dr Brian Beard (University of Madison-Wisconsin) and Dr Thomas Pettke (University of Bern) for the LA-ICP-MS parts
Dr Martin Whitehouse (Swedish National Museum, Stockholm) and Dr Paula Peres (CAMECA) for the SIMS part
Dr Peter Weber (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) and Dr François Horréard (CAMECA) for the NanoSIMS parts.