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News Item 1: In August 2017 Prof. Shiguo Wu (Head of Laboratory of Deep Sea Geophysics and Georesources at the Institute of Deep Sea Science and Engineering, Sanya, Hainan, China) visited GMTL to discuss possible collaborative research in the Mariana Trench.

News Item 2: Prof. Julian Pearce is visiting UTD Geosciences for two months (early March-early May 2017). Julian is presently Professor Emeritus at Cardiff University in the UK. He is giving a course on ‘Geochemical Fingerprinting of Rocks and Minerals’. He is also be working with Bob Stern, Ning Wang, and Lochlan Vaughn to produce an video version of his course as the first step in creating a distance learning module.

News Item 3: Shimin Li is visiting UTD Geosciences from China University of Geosciences Beijing. He will be stay here until December 2017 and he will be focusing on Early Cretaceous volcanic rocks in Tibet. During his visit he wishes to finish two manuscripts about his recent work.

                                  • News Item 1: In August 2017 Prof. Shiguo Wu (Head of Laboratory of Deep Sea Geophysics and Georesources at the Institute of Deep Sea Science and Engineering, Sanya, Hainan, China) visited GMTL to discuss possible collaborative research in the Mariana Trench.
                                  • News Item 2: Prof. Julian Pearce is visiting UTD Geosciences for two months (early March-early May 2017). Julian is presently Professor Emeritus at Cardiff University in the UK. He is giving a course on ‘Geochemical Fingerprinting of Rocks and Minerals’. He is also be working with Bob Stern, Ning Wang, and Lochlan Vaughn to produce an video version of his course as the first step in creating a distance learning module.
                                  • News Item 3: Shimin Li is visiting UTD Geosciences from China University of Geosciences Beijing. He will be stay here until December 2017 and he will be focusing on Early Cretaceous volcanic rocks in Tibet. During his visit he wishes to finish two manuscripts about his recent work. 

 

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