AGU Fall Meeting
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AGU Fall Meeting

 

The annual AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, USA, is the largest Earth and Space Sciences meeting in the world, making it one of the best places to present current research, to hear about the latest discoveries, trends, and challenges in many fields, and to network and make connections that can enhance careers. Prof. Jingsui Yang from CARMA presented an invited oral report “Genesis of diamond-bearing and diamond-free chromitite in ophiolites”. CARMA members of Prof. Julian Pearce, Paul Robinson, Louie Liou attended.

Profs. Louie Liou of Stanford University, Yoshi Ogasawara of Waseda University, and Paul Robinson attended Prof Jingsui Yang’s invited talk at AGU, SF, USA, on lower mantle mineral inclusions discovered in ophiolite-hosted diamond

An 800-m scientific drilling project was carried out by CARMA on the diamond- bearing peridotite of the Puran massif in the YarlungZangbo suture, W Tibet