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  • Arc magmas oxidised by water dissociation and hydrogen incorporation in orthopyroxene. [Journal Article]
    Nat Geosci 2019; 12(8):667-671Tollan P, Hermann J
  • Elevated H2O concentrations and oxygen fugacities are two fundamental properties that distinguish magmas formed in subduction zones from new crust generated at mid ocean ridges. However, the mechanism of magma oxidation, and how it relates to the increase in H2O remains unclear. In this study, we use infrared spectroscopy of mantle wedge orthopyroxene to trace the temporal and spatial evolution o…
  • Enceladus: First Observed Primordial Soup Could Arbitrate Origin-of-Life Debate. [Journal Article]
    Astrobiology 2019Kahana A, Schmitt-Kopplin P, Lancet D
  • A recent breakthrough publication has reported complex organic molecules in the plumes emanating from the subglacial water ocean of Saturn's moon Enceladus (Postberg et al., 2018, Nature 558:564-568). Based on detailed chemical scrutiny, the authors invoke primordial or endogenously synthesized carbon-rich monomers (<200 u) and polymers (up to 8000 u). This appears to represent the first reported…
  • Deep hydrous mantle reservoir provides evidence for crustal recycling before 3.3 billion years ago. [Journal Article]
    Nature 2019; 571(7766):555-559Sobolev AV, Asafov EV, … Byerly GR
  • Water strongly influences the physical properties of the mantle and enhances its ability to melt or convect. Its presence can also be used to trace recycling of surface reservoirs down to the deep mantle1, which makes knowledge of the water content in the Earth's interior and its evolution crucial for understanding global geodynamics. Komatiites (MgO-rich ultramafic magmas) result from a high deg…
  • Morphological, Biochemical, and Climatological Analysis of Three Moroccan Henna Verities. [Journal Article]
    ScientificWorldJournal 2019; 2019:1418456El Massoudi S, Benidir M, … Errachidi F
  • In this study, we aimed to evaluate planted Henna in three sites in Morocco, namely, Alnif, Tafraoute Sidi Ali, and Tazzarine. Morphometric study shows that Tafraoute Sidi Ali Henna variety has highest geometric and weight parameters (length of 27.48 mm, width of 10.92 mm, specific mass of 25.1 mg/leaf, leaf area of 51, 53 mm2, and rib's number of 9.41) when compared to Alnif and Tazzarine variet…
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