CPCL researchers look to make their presence known at the upcoming regional North-Central Geological Society of America meeting, which will be held at the L.V. Eberhard Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan on May 4-5, 2023. In total, CPCL researchers will deliver ten oral and poster presentations at the two-day conference.
Here’s a sampling of the CPCL researcher presentations:
•A visual journey through dolomitization: mineralogical and textural transformations of Ca-Mg-carbonates during high-T experiments (A. Martin)
•Dolomite stoichiometry as a proxy for tracking fluid chemistry, temperature, and flow direction in fault-related hydrothermal dolomites: field observations from the early Silurian succession of the Michigan Basin (M. Al-Musawi)
•Paragenesis of the upper Ordovician Saluda formation: insights from petrographic analyses (A. Scott)
•A detailed petrological investigation of the Byron Formation peri-tidal marine limestones and dolostones, Michigan Basin, USA (All)
•A decade of laboratory and field studies: lessons learned from investigating dolomite mineralogy (S. Kaczmarek)
•Undergraduates will be listed in an upcoming post, stay tuned!