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Details for: Thor Thordarson
Thor Thordarson (Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland)
Theme chair: 05
Thorvaldur Thordarson Professor/Chair in Petrology and Volcanology at Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland. Thordarson’s expertise in hot spot (Iceland, Hawaii) and arc volcanism (New Zealand) is coupled with research on ancient volcanic systems and mineral exploration (Australia, Finland). He has been involved in wide-ranging research on volcanism and volcanic hazards, including volcano monitoring and surveillance in Iceland and New Zealand and industry-linked research on magmatic ore deposits. Thordarson has studied Icelandic volcanoes for >35 years and has been instrumental in research on the physical volcanology of effusive and explosive eruptions including their environmental and climatic effects. Thordarson is the world’s leading expert on the 1783-84 Laki eruption with >2300 citations to the 25 papers that he has published on different aspects of the eruption (petrochemistry, volcanology, environmental, climatic and societal impacts). Current research is centred on historic and Holocene volcanism, with particular emphasis on explosive eruptions at active central volcanoes in Iceland (including Eyjafjallajökull, Grímsvötn, Askja and Öræfajökull volcanoes) as well as aspects of the Neogene volcanic succession in East Iceland. Thordarson has more than 160 publications, including 3 books, concerning various aspects of physical volcanology and volcano-climate interactions that have received >10000 citations. He has supervised and co-supervised 43 postgraduate students in the period and 37 have graduated.Note: abstracts are only listed if one of the following email addresses was provided when the abstract was submitted: email@example.com. Otherwise, try an advanced search.
Tracing Mechanisms of Sulphur Release with Cu and Zn Isotopes in Historical Icelandic Flood Lavas
Gallagher CR, Savage PS, Nowell GM, Houghton BF, Thordarson T & Burton KW
(2019) Crystals with 4D and Physicochemical Context Reveal a Complete Magma Pathway, and Eruption Phenomena Linked to Mantle Magma Supply and Shutdown, throughout the Entire 2010 Eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland
Pankhurst M, Morgan D, Thordarson T & Loughlin S
(2019) The Timing and Mechanisms of S Release during the 2014–15 CE Holuhraun and 1783–84 CE Laki Flood Lava Eruptions, Iceland. A Chalcophile Isotope Perspective
Gallagher C, Burton K, Savage P, Thordarson T, Houghton B & Nowell G
(2018) The Timing and Mechanisms of S Release during the 2014–15 Holuhraun and 1783–84 CE Laki Flood Basalt Eruptions, Iceland. A Chalcophile Isotope Perspective
Gallagher C, Burton K, Savage P, Nowell G, Thordarson T & Houghton B
(2017) The Petrological Record of Magma Storage Under Iceland and the Adjacent Spreading Ridges
Maclennan J, Neave D & Thordarson T
(2016) 40Ar/39Ar Dating of Pegmatite Segregations in Late Quaternary Icelandic Basalts
Groen M, Storey M, Thordarson T & Bizzarro M
(2016) Volatiles in Primitive Plagioclase-Hosted Melt Inclusions
Neave D, Maclennan J, Thordarson T & Hartley M
(2015) Fingerprinting the Source of Sulphur Saturation in Flood Basalt Eruptions
Gallagher C, Burton K, Thordarson T, Vye-Brown C & Brown R
Theme chairGoldschmidt2020 - Theme 05: Volcanism in the Earth System
Session convenerGoldschmidt2020 - Session 05a: Volcano-Environment and Volcano-Atmosphere Interactions