Yesterday’s Plenary. Follow the Water

Aug 20, 2015 No Comments by 1343 views

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Barbara Sherwood Lollar is a University Professor in Earth Sciences at the University of Toronto and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. Barbara’s pioneering research on the geochemistry of deep crustal fluids has focused on fracture fluids 1-3 km deep in Precambrian Shield rocks across Canada, Fennoscandian and South Africa. She gave a very inspiring talk in yesterday’s Plenary session about the deep terrestrial hydrosphere and biosphere and the potentiality of life in saline groundwaters in hydrogeologically isolated fracture networks.

 

This piece of artwork and many more can be seen and purchased at Nastasia Louveau’s booth on the 3rd floor of the Congress centre.

General, Goldschmidt 2015

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Visual artist interested in comics, portraits and the nexus between drawing & thinking, art & science / Exhibitions in Berlin, Belgrade, Vienna / Illustration work for several magazines (novinki.de, pescanik.net) / B.A. and M.A. from Humboldt University Berlin in American, Russian & South Slavic Lit. / Currently doing a PhD on Artist Couples in Yugoslav Performance Art in Art History, Slavic & Gender Studies at University of Zurich in Sylvia Sasse's ERC research project "Performance Art in Eastern Europe (1950-1990): History & Theory" / Can be often seen skateboarding, doodling in books' margins or doing a headstand...
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