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BS Geology, California State University-Fresno (2012)
Awards & Honors
Outstanding graduate teaching award, Rice University (2014)
petrology, geochemistry, geology, granite, enclaves, magmatic differentiation
Here is a summary of my research interests:
Farner, M.J., Lee, C.-T.A., Mikus, M.L. (2015) Constraining the extent of mafic-felsic magma mixing in generating intermediate magmas: insights from geochemical variability in enclave swarms. (in review at G-cubed)
Lee, C.-T.A., Morton, D.M., Farner, M.J., Moitra, P. (2015) Field and model constraints on silicic melt segregation by compaction/hindered settling: the role of water and its effect on latent heat release. Am. Min., v. 100, 1762-1777.
Farner, M.J., Lee, C.-T.A., Putirka, K.D. (2014) Mafic-felsic magma mixing limited by reactive processes: A case study of biotite-rich rinds on mafic enclaves. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., v. 393, p. 49-59.
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