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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
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 discussion on the effect of local stresses on volcanic eruptions (Gudmundsson, 2006). 11/16/15 The MASH zone will be discussed this week (Hildreth and Moorbath, 1988). 11/02/15 […]
Watch Andre Droxler and his students talk about their research on Cambrian stromatolites out in Central Texas!
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, Gordon, Dickens MONDAY: 12-2 PM, Geology 100 This course will meet once a week for two hours to discuss the interplays between tectonics, specifically mountain […]
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 some volcanoes, typically in continental arcs, (e.g., Colli Albani Volcanic District, Etna, Vesuvius, Italy; Merapi, Indonesia; Popocatepetl, Mexico) are thought to be influenced by magma–carbonate […]
New stable isotope ratio mass spectrometer from Nu instruments installed in Yeung Lab.
Geounion welcome BBQ kicks off start of school year
When and where: 5 PM Aug 27, 2015 on patio.
Ananya Mallik (PhD, 2015) receives Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship!
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