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About Cin-Ty Lee
Born in Taiwan, but raised in southern California on a grove of orange trees, surrounded by hills of rounded granite blocks and coastal sage scrub. Fell in love as a kid with the snakes, the mountain lions, coyotes, birds, lizards, plants and rocks around me. In college, strayed a little towards becoming an architect, but eventually returned to my heart - geology.
Entries by Cin-Ty Lee
ESCI 562 – Magmas, from source to surface (fall 2015)/0 Comments/in Special Courses Fall 2017/by Cin-Ty Lee
SEMINAR ON MAGMAS: SOURCE TO SURFACE Fall, 2015 Instructors: Kiser, Dasgupta, Gonnermann, Lee, Levander, Morgan, Niu, Lenardic MONDAY: 12-1 PM, RM 327 11/30/15 We will conclude the seminar with a […]
Cambrian Stromatolites in Central Texas – video!/0 Comments/in Blog, Field Trips/by Cin-Ty Lee
Watch Andre Droxler and his students talk about their research on Cambrian stromatolites out in Central Texas!
ESCI 555 – Mountain building, carbon cycling, and climate (spring, 2015)/0 Comments/in Special Courses Spring 2017/by Cin-Ty Lee
ESCI 555. SEMINAR ON INTERPLAYS BETWEEN MOUNTAIN BUILDING, CLIMATE, AND GLOBAL CARBON CYCLING Spring, 2015 Instructors: Albarede, Blichert-Toft, Dasgupta, Gonnermann, Lee, Lenardic, Levander, Morgan, Niu, Oncken, Yeung, Yokoyama, Nittrouer, Masiello, […]
Hydrous basalt–limestone interaction at crustal conditions: Implications for generation of ultracalcic melts and outflux of CO2 at volcanic arcs/0 Comments/in Recent Publications/by Cin-Ty Lee
New student paper out! See Laura Carter’s paper on basalt-limestone interactions with implications for arc CO2 fluxes, published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters. [article] Abstract High degassing rates for […]
New stable isotope ratio mass spectrometer from Nu instruments installed in the Yeung Lab/0 Comments/in News/by Cin-Ty Lee
New stable isotope ratio mass spectrometer from Nu instruments installed in Yeung Lab.
Geounion Welcome BBQ kicks off school year/0 Comments/in Activities, Geounion/by Cin-Ty Lee
Geounion welcome BBQ kicks off start of school year
When and where: 5 PM Aug 27, 2015 on patio.
Ananya Mallik (PhD, 2014) receives Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship!/0 Comments/in News/by Cin-Ty Lee
Ananya Mallik (PhD, 2015) receives Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship!
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