Reactions between fluids and rocks have a fundamental impact on many of the natural and geo-engineering processes in crustal settings. Examples of such natural processes are localization of deformation, earthquake nucleation caused by high pressure fluid pulses, as well as metamorphic reactions and rheological weakening triggered by fluid flow, metasomatism and fluid-mediated mass transport. Moreover, the efficiency of many geo-engineering processes is partly dependent on fluid-rock interactions, such as hydraulic fracturing, geothermal energy recovery, CO2 storage and wastewater injection. All our observations in the rock record are the end-product of all metamorphic, metasomatic and deformation changes that occurred during the interaction with fluid. Therefore, to investigate and understand these complex and interconnected processes, it is required to merge knowledge and techniques deriving from several disciplines of the geosciences.
We invite multidisciplinary contributions that investigate fluid-rock interactions throughout the entire breadth of the topic, using fieldwork, microstructural and petrographic analyses, geochemistry, experimental rock mechanics, thermodynamic modeling and numerical modeling.

Co-organized as TS3.7
Convener: Francesco Giuntoli | Co-conveners: Anne Pluymakers, Oliver Plümper
| Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Room -2.91
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X2

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X2

Chairperson: Francesco Giuntoli, Anne Pluymakers, Oliver Plümper
Hall X2
X2.378 |
The fingerprints of flow and deposition in agate structures
Piotr Szymczak and Bartłomiej Rosa
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X2.379 |
Hannelore Derluyn, Stephen Centrella, Nicolas Beaudoin, Pierre Lanari, Geoffrey Motte, Guilhem Hoareau, and Jean-Paul Callot
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X2.381 |
Laura Crispini, Cristina Malatesta, Andreas Laeufer, Frank Lisker, Laura Federico, and Benoit Ildefonse
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X2.382 |
Laura Airaghi, Benoît Dubacq, Nicolas Bellahsen, David Chew, Emilie Janots, Omar Boudouma, and Maxime Waldner
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X2.383 |
Michał Bukała, Christopher Barnes, Pauline Jeanneret, Jarosław Majka, Iwona Klonowska, and Karolina Kośmińska
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X2.384 |
Michele Fondriest, Julian Mecklenburgh, Francois Passelegue, Gilberto Artioli, Fabrizio Nestola, Elena Spagnuolo, and Giulio Di Toro
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X2.386 |
Juliane Kummerow, Siegfried Raab, Erik Spangenberg, Anja Maria Schleicher, and Jan Schuessler
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X2.387 |
Oxygen isotope variations in the eclogite type locality: evidence for extensive hydrothermal activity in an extensional setting
Ioana-Bogdana Radu, Simon Schorn, and Chris Harris
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X2.388 |
Nikoletta Papp, Andrea Varga, Béla Raucsik, Előd Mészáros, György Czuppon, Tivadar M. Tóth, and Robert Frei
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X2.390 |
Hugo van Schrojenstein Lantman, David Wallis, Marco Scambelluri, and Matteo Alvaro
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X2.391 |
Gaétan Link, Olivier Vanderhaeghe, Didier Béziat, Laurent Guillou-Frottier, Eric Gloaguen, and Jérémie Melleton