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Deirdre Clark

Canadian-American PhD Student at the University of Iceland researching carbon storage in basalts. My research involves a high pressure laboratory experiment, analytical work on liquids and solids, geochemical modelling (PHREEQC), and sampling of CO2-H2S rich fluids at an injection site at a geothermal thermal power plant.

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Goldschmidt 2017
Deirdre Clark

The rain, the Seine and the Eiffel Tower

Paris appears to be a bit sad that this year's conference is drawing to end since it has started to rain yesterday evening. The rain was especially timely for those making their way from the Palais

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Goldschmidt 2017
Deirdre Clark

“That is wild! Nature made proteins that are ultra acidic” – How Corals Make Rocks

Good morning! This is my second Goldschmidt during my PhD and luckily I was able to join the EAG Blogging Team again (the first time was 2 years ago in Prague). Also very fortunate to have given my or

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Goldschmidt 2015
Deirdre Clark

Remember the hydrosphere!

Barbara Sherwood Lollar from the University of Toronto, Canada gave the plenary session this Wednesday on "Dark Energy from the Deep Hydrosphere: Water-Rock Reactions Sustaining Deep Subsurface

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Goldschmidt 2015
Deirdre Clark

Thoughts from a First-Time Attendee

When I first arrived bright-eyed (well actually super sleepy) early Monday morning, I still had no idea exactly what this week would be like. That first day all seems like one strange chaotic dream

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