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InstitutionE412: Solving a gneiss problem: the structure and origin of the Earth's oldest crust (Lead Supervisor: Owen Weller, Earth Sciences)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionE413: The impact of dynamic topography on chemical weathering (Lead Supervisor: Ed Tipper, Earth Sciences)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionE414: Deep time phosphorus cycling: the petrological record (Lead Supervisor: Oliver Shorttle, Earth Sciences & Institute of Astronomy)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionE415: Atmospheric fingerprints of Volcanism (Lead Supervisor: Oliver Shorttle, Earth Sciences and Institute of Astronomy)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionE416: The rheology of the partially molten mantle (Lead Supervisor: John Rudge, Earth Sciences)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionE417: The ultimate fate of subducting slabs (Lead Supervisor: John Rudge, Earth Sciences)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionE418: Olivine dislocation microstructure: a new archive of magmatic processes (Lead Supervisor: Emilie Ringe, Earth Sciences & Materials Science and Metallurgy)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
Institution text/x-nemerleE419: Deep Earth Ammonium: Recycling the Atmosphere through the Solid Earth (Lead Supervisor: Simon Redfern, Earth Sciences)
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Institution text/x-nemerleE420: Minerals at Extreme Conditions: Structure, Prediction and Properties (Lead Supervisor: Simon Redfern, Earth Sciences)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry
Institution text/x-nemerleE421: Bridging the Moho: Joint inversion of seismic body and surface wave data for crust and lithospheric mantle structure (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences)
Located in About ESS / Solid Earth Theme: NEW Projects for 2018 entry