Talk: Punctuated anorogenic magmatism and its links with metallogeny

Dr. Robert Martin from the McGill University(Canada) is at the faculty for two weeks and he very kindly agreed to give a talk for the students and professors. Undoubtedly it is a great opportunity to learn from an expert on mineralogy and ore deposits, one who has been editor of The Canadian Mineralogist for more than 30 years. The title of the talk will be "Punctuated anorogenic magmatism and its links with metallogeny"  and it will be given on 22th October at 13:00  (Room 4). Everyone is very welcome to this interesting talk!

To learn more about this topic:

Martin, R.F. (2012): The petrogenesis of anorogenic felsic magmas and AMCG suites: Insights on element mobility and mutual cryptic contamination from polythermal experiments. Lithos, 151, 35-45.
Martin, R.F., Sokolov, M., Magaji, S.S. (2012): punctuated anorogenic magmatism. Lithos, 152, 132-140.

You can donwload the slides of the talk here.