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tbc // Sulfur isotopes as tracers for stratospheric volcanic sulfur loading

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New graduate student Nick Barber will present on his Masters research, GIS applications and mapping the Deccan traps, before introducing his PhD research on metals in volcanic gas emissions.

Second year PhD student Johnny Staunton-Sykes is an atmospheric chemist, and will present on one aspect of his doctoral research, whether mass independent fractionation of volcanic sulfur can be used as a tracer for stratospheric sulfur loading after explosive eruptions.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Volcanology Seminar series.

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