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A lot of hot air: gas in volcanic eruptions

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Part of Sedgwick Club Conference 2017

Marie’s research is at the forefront of volcanology, and involves developing new methods to measure volatiles in gases and magmas, volcano monitoring techniques, and our understanding of what triggers magmas to erupt.

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