Laura B. CarterRoom Number: 213
2012 Masters of Research, Science of Natural Hazards, University of Bristol, Bristol, England
science communication, outreach, experimental petrology, geochemistry, carbon, volcanic degassing
Carter, L.B. & Dasgupta, R. (2016). Effect of melt composition on crustal carbonate assimilation—Implications for the transition from calcite consumption to skarnification and associated CO2 degassing. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, v. 17, no. 10, p. 3893-3916.
Carter, L.B. & Dasgupta, R. (2015). Hydrous basalt-limestone interaction at crustal conditions: Implications for generation of ultracalcic melts and outflux of CO2 at volcanic arcs. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 412, 132-142, DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2015.06.053.
Carter, L.B., Skora, S.E., Blundy, J., de Hoog, J.C.M., Elliott, T., (2015) An experimental study of trace element fluxes from subducted oceanic crust. Journal of Petrology, v. 56, no. 8, p. 1585-1606, DOI: 10.1093/petrology/egv046.
Ridge, J.C., Balco, G., Bayless, R.L., Beck, C.C., Carter, L.B., Dean, J.L., Voytek, E.B., Wei, J.H. (2012) The New North American Varve Chronology: A Precise Record of Southeastern Laurentide Ice Sheet Deglaciation and Climate, 18.2-12.5kyr BP, and Correlations with Greenland Ice Core Records. American Journal of Science v.312, p. 685-722, DOI 10.2475/07.2012.01.
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