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The application of X-ray computed microtomography to Geosciences: examples from the world of Volcanology and Petrology

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X-ray computed microtomography has become widely spread in Geoscience studies because it is the only high-resolution, non-destructive technique that allows visualisation, reconstruction and processing of geomaterials directly in 3D. In this presentation I will provide examples of the most recent applications of this technique to Geoscience topics, focussing especially on volcanological and petrological issues.

This talk is part of the Department of Earth Sciences Seminars (downtown) series.

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