Dr. Plank is a geochemist recognized for her work on element recycling at subduction zones, and the role of volatiles in magma generation, ascent, and migration. Dr. Plank is on the faculty of Columbia University, and was a MacArthur Foundation Fellow from 2013-2017. The Bradley lecture is GSW’s named lecture, and this year the lecture will be presented in a hybrid format, both virtual and at the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Headquarters building at 2020 Florida Av. NW, Washington DC, 2009, only a few blocks north of the Cosmos Club. The virtual meeting will be conducted on Zoom and GSW members have already received information as to how to attend it. Others should contact Mong-Han Huang (mhhuang at umd.edu) for the Zoom link. For those of you coming to the AGU building, proof of vaccination with corresponding identification will be required upon arrival at the building. Wearing masks will also be required at all times inside the building, except when actively eating or drinking. The building will open for socializing/eating/drinking at 7:30 PM, and the program will start at 8 PM. The meeting announcement is here. Hope to see you there for this special event!
Bradley Lecture, GSW 1571, Nov. 17, At the Speed of Volcanic Eruptions, by Dr. Terry Plank, at the AGU Hq Bldg or online on Zoom
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