Dr. Sarah Brehm gave a talk on her research, recently published in GSA Bulletin, at the Northeast Central meeting of the Geological Society of America in Lancaster, PA. Dr. Brehm’s recent work covers the origin of peridotite-bearing, low-MgO hawaiites from the Cima Volcanic Field, CA, and explores a new hypothesis of rapid magma mixing during ascent along fractures.
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