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Reactive Transport in Aqueous Geochemistry: Theory, Experiments, and Applications

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Dr. Tutolo – who has just begun postgraduate work at Oxford – hails from the University of Minnesota, where he has spent years unlocking the secrets of Reactive Transport Modelling: A technique for incorporating chemical reactions into fluid-dynamical equations which concern mass transport. If that doesn’t make you excited, you are probably a beep-boop robot; as this method is useful for everything from deep CO2 sequestration to serpentinisation of ultramafics at Mid-Ocean Ridges. In this talk, he shall guide us through the whole stretch of this fabulous discipline, from its theoretical beginnings to real-world examples. I can only ask that you listen wisely, dear Sedglings.

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