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775 Univ Online Talks: Icelandic volcanism

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Professor Tamsin Mather
“Icelandic volcanism: grounded flights, fissures and fires”

Monday 11 March 2024, 5-5.45pm (GMT)
Online via Zoom

The Master, Baroness Amos, is delighted to invite Univ Old Members, students and friends to the following online event: “Icelandic volcanism: grounded flights, fissures and fires – past crises and the possible start of a new magmatic saga on the Reykjanes Peninsula”, by Professor Tamsin Mather. The event will take place online as a talk, followed by a short Q&A session, led by the Master.

Register in advance for this webinar via this link.

Any queries, please contact Isabel Sebode via Isabel.Sebode@univ.ox.ac.uk

Professor Tamsin Mather is the Supernumerary Fellow in Earth Sciences at Univ, and Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on volcanic processes, whether that be as natural hazards, agents of environmental change or as key natural resources. Her most recent publication, Adventures in Volcanoland, is due to be published in April 2024:
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