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Honours Coordinator, 5-209G

The University of Queensland


Lecturer

The University of Queensland


Lecturer, Honours Coordinator

The University of Queensland


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Staff | UQ Earth Sciences

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Dr Kurt Knesel
Lecturer


Our Staff - School of Earth Sciences - The University of Queensland, Australia

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Dr Kurt Knesel
Honours Coordinator 5-209G


Petrology and Volcanology | UQ Earth Sciences

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Dr Kurt Knesel
The University of Queensland


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Dr Kurt Knesel
Lecturer School of Earth Sciences The University of Queensland Dr Kurt Knesel is a geochemist and has developed novel methods for the investigation of isotopic signatures of the various material components of magmatic systems, together with innovative experimental techniques to better understand the physical processes and pathways by which magmas are formed and transported. Dr Knesel also applies high-resolution noble gas isotopic techniques to derive geochronological information on young volcanic rocks and employs this data to unravel the life cycles of active volcanoes and to predict potential volcanic events.


earthsciences.uq.edu.au

Dr Kurt Knesel
The University of Queensland


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