Allison PeaseMichigan State University | MSU · Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Master of Science
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Mercury has fascinated researchers for decades due to its sizable metallic core and weak magnetic field. The behavior of Fe-S and (Fe, Ni)-S systems provides constraints on core conditions and regimes of solidification to predict magnetic field strength. In this study, we investigate the melting behavior of the (Fe, Ni)-S system, a candidate compos...
Knowledge of the liquidus curves of iron-rich systems at high pressures is key to understanding the thermal and chemical evolution of Earth and planetary cores. The (Fe, Ni)-S system is considered a model composition of the Martian core. Previous studies have investigated the melting behavior of the Fe-S and (Fe, Ni)-S systems at pressures in the M...
Humite group minerals n(Mg.Fe)2SiO4 - (Mg,Fe)(OH)2 have been suggested as possible candidates for water storage and transport in the mantle, and clinohumite, in particular, has been proposed as the source of ilmenite lamellae in Alpine ultrahigh pressure metamorphic terranes via its decomposition at high pressure and temperature. In this study, a c...
We analyzed tide gauge data, taken from 1955 to 2015, from 29 locations along the east coast of North America. A well-documented period of sea-level acceleration began around 1990. The sea level rate (referenced to epoch 1985.0) and acceleration (post-1990) are spatially and temporally variable, due to various physical processes, each of which is a...