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Poster Programme GMPV1.3/GD6.2

GMPV1.3/GD6.2

Deep mantle mineralogy, geochemistry and geodynamics (co-sponsored by the European Mineralogical Union (EMU) and by the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG)) (including Robert Wilhelm Bunsen Medal Lecture) (co-organized)
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 25 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 31
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall XL

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 25 April 2012, 17:30–19:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL186
EGU2012-531
ORIGIN OF ULTRA-DEEP DIAMONDS: CHEMICAL INTERACTION OF Ca-CARBONATE AND THE EARTH'S LOWER MANTLE MINERALS
A.V. Spivak, L.S. Dubrovinsky, and Yu.A. Litvin

Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL187
EGU2012-613
Destruction of the peridotite-eclogite liquidus barrier during mantle magma differentiation (experiment at 7.0 GPa).
Dr Butvina

Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL188
EGU2012-2201
Garnet-Perovskite transformation in CaGeO3
S. Ono

Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL189
EGU2012-10316
Thermal diffusivity of oriented serpentinite at elevated pressures and temperatures by X-radiography
S. A. Hunt, A. M. Walker, and D. P. Dobson

Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL190
EGU2012-10869
Electrical Conductivity Measurements on Hydrous Carbonate Melts at Mantle Pressure
D. Sifre and F. Gaillard

Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL191
EGU2012-732
High-pressure 13C-diamond-forming reaction of decomposition of Na213CO3 melt at 20 - 60 GPa
N. Solopova, A. Spivak, I. Kupenko, Yu. Litvin, and L. Dubrovinsky

Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL192
EGU2012-9623
Constraints on the source of mantle plumes from the geochemistry of the first picrites erupted Ethiopian flood basalt province
F.M. Stuart, N. Rogers, I. Parkinson, and M. Davies

Chairperson: Michael Walter
XL193
EGU2012-11850
Constraints on seismic anisotropy at the base of the mantle from combined S, ScS, SKS, and SKKS splitting analysis
M. D. Long and X. He