Angela N. Seligman

Stable Isotope Lab Manager


Room Number: 330B
(713) 348-4054
ans11@rice.edu
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Education

2016 Environmental Protection Agency (post-doctorate)
2016 University of Oregon PhD
2012 University of Utah MSc
2008 Northern Arizona University BSc

Awards & Honors

2016 Arizona State University Travel Stipend for Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Workshop
2015 Good Citizen Award, University of Oregon
2015 Johnston Grant, University of Oregon
2015 Kleinman Grant for Volcano Research, United States Geological Survey
2014 On to the Future Award, Geological Society of America
2014 Smith Scholarship, University of Oregon
2014 Geological Society of America Grant
2014 Evolving Earth Foundation Grant
2014 University of Oregon Staples Scholarship
2013 Good Citizen Award, University of Oregon
2008 Outstanding Undergraduate Women in Geology Award, Northern Arizona University
2007 Tom and Rose Bedwell Earth Physics Grant

Keywords

isotope geochemistry, mass spectrometry, volcanology, paleoclimatology, analytical technique and method development, aqueous geochemistry

Selected Publications

Seligman A. N., Bindeman I. N., Watkins J. M., Ross A. M. (2016) Water in volcanic glass: From volcanic degassing to secondary hydration: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 191, p. 216–238.

Seligman A. N., Bindeman I. N., McClaughry J., Stern R. A., and Fisher, C. (2014) The earliest low and high δ18O caldera-forming eruptions of the Yellowstone plume: Implications for the 30–40 Ma Oregon calderas and speculations on plume-triggered delaminations: Frontiers in Earth Science, v. 2, p. 1–9.

Seligman A. N., Bindeman I. N., Jicha B., Ellis B., Ponomareva V., Leonov V. (2014) Multi-cyclic and isotopically-diverse silicic magma generation in an arc volcano: Gorely eruptive center, Kamchatka, Russia: Journal of Petrology, v. 55, p. 1561–1594.