Deep Carbon Observatory Thematic Institute: Carbon from the Mantle to the Surface Agenda

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Deep Carbon Observatory Thematic Institute

Carbon from the Mantle to the Surface

Berkeley, CA    June 30 - July 3, 2015
       

June 30 -- Participants Arrive

5:30-7:00 pm Registration and Ice Breaker, McCone Hall UC Berkeley
       

July 1 -- Carbon in the Mantle

8:00-8:30 Registration, Sutardja Dai Hall
8:30-8:45 5 min Terry Plank Welcome
  10 min Raj Dasgupta Introductory Comments and Moderator
   
8:45-10:15 First Morning Session - C inputs to the mantle
  10 min+5 Peter Kelemen Revisiting the subduction zone carbon cycle:  What goes down, mostly comes up
  25 min+5 Damon Teagle C in seafloor
  10 min+5 Laurel Childress Sedimentary organic carbon
  10 min+5 Jennifer Blank CO2+ultramfic/mafic alteration
  25min +5 Max Schmidt Carbon in subduction zones
10:15-10:45 30 minute coffee break  
   
10:45-12:15 Second Morning Session - C in slab and mantle minerals
    Craig Manning Moderator
  10 min+5 Julia Ribeiro Evidence for shallow dehydration of the subducting plate beneath the Mariana forearc: New insights into the deep water (and carbon) cycle at subduction zones Ribeiro, J., R.J. Stern, K. A. Kelley, A. Shaw, F. Martinez, Y. Ohara
  10 min+5 Carla Tiraboschi Solubility of forsterite + enstatite and magnesite + enstatite in high-pressure COH fluids" + enstatite in high-pressure COH fluids
  10 min+5 Fang Huang Speciation and Sources of aqueous fluid inclusions in diamonds Fang Huang and Dimitri A. Sverjensky
  25min +5 Maria Luce Frezzotti Carbon in Upper Mantle Fluids: What Do We Still Need to Measure?
  10 min+5 Yaakov Weiss Highly saline fluids from a subducting slab as the source for fluid-rich diamonds Yaakov Weiss, John McNeill, et al.
12:15-1:45 Lunch    
   
1:45-4:00 Third Session - Mantle Carbon Storage, Quantities and Origins
    Steve Shirey Moderator
  25min +5 Michael Walter Superdeep diamonds and the source of deep mantle carbon Michael Walter, Andrew Thomson, Antony Burnham, Richard Brooker and Simon Kohn
  25min +5 Vincenzo Stagno Carbonate melts, diamonds and carbides
  25min +5 Pierre Cartigny Carbon in the Earth’s mantle : Some obvious and weaker aspects of its cycle
  10 min+5 Jonathan Tucker Reconstructing mantle carbon and helium contents from degassed MORBs Jonathan Tucker, Sujoy Mukhopadhyay, Helge Gonnermann
  10 min+5 Peter Michael The Behavior and Concentration of CO2 in the Suboceanic Mantle:Inferences from Undegassed Ocean Ridge and Ocean Island Basalts Peter J. Michael, David W. Graham
  10 min+5 Erik Hauri Measuring the C content of the mantle with melt inclusions Erik H Hauri, Alberto E. Saal,  Marion Le Voyer, Elizabeth Cottrell, Katherine Kelley
4:00-4:30 30 minute break coffee break  
    Terry Plank, Moderator  
4:30-5:00 30 minute plenary discussion of progress toward global flux model 
    David Bercovici Some open questions on the driving mechanisms and feedbacks of volatile sources and sinks
5:00-6:00 60 minutes for 9-10 rapid-fire 1 slide presentations (One Point, or Poster Advertisements)
6:00-7:00 Poster Session (with drinks/snacks)  
7:00 PM Reception (Dinner on your own)  

July 2 -- Carbon Rising

8:05-8:15 10 min Craig Manning Introductory Comments and Discussion Leader
   
8:15-10:15 First Morning Session - C rising from the mantle
  25 min+5 Steve Foley Carbon-bearing melts and fluids in mass transport and mantle evolution
  25 min+5 Bob Luth Carbon Rising: Insights from "simple" system fluids and melts Robert Luth, Rebecca Stone, and Isabelle Zelazny
  25 min+5 Paul Asimow New MELTS CO2-H2O model, from carbonatites to degassing Paul Asimow and Mark Ghiorso
  10 min+5 Fabrice Gaillard The geodynamics of mantle melting and its geophysical expression
  10 min+5 Tobias Keller Reactive melting and melt transport in carbonated peridotite beneath mid-ocean ridges Keller, Tobias, Richard F Katz
10:15-10:45 30 minute coffee break  
10:45-12:15 Second Morning Session - C rising into and through the crust
    Dorsey Wanless Moderator
  10 min+5 Marc Parmentier Exploring the role of melt physical property variations in melt migration: particularly viscosity and its dependence on volatiles
  25 min+5 Kelly Russel Kimberlite: Rapid Ascent of Lithospherically Modified Carbonatitic Melts J.K. Russell, C. Brett and T.J. Jones
  10 min+5 Tom Sisson USGS Volcano Science Center: Alaska-Aleutian long-period seismicity at mid-lower crustal depths - evidence for degassing through the entire arc crust Tom Sisson, John Power
  10 min+5 Marc-Antoine Longpré Carbon- and sulfur-rich oxidized magmas feed Canary Island volcanoes  Marc-Antoine Longpré, John Stix, Andreas Klügel and Nobumichi Shimizu
  10 min+5 Forrest Horton CO2 flushing of the lower crust:  Insights from the charnockite domain  exposed in Madagascar and southern India F. Horton, B.R. Hacker, R. Holder
12:15-2:00 Lunch    
2:00-4:00 Third Session - C feeding volcanic systems
    Pat Castillo Moderator
  10 min+5 Paul Wallace CO2 and arc magmatism
  10 min+5 Guiseppe LaSpina CO2 influence on magma ascent dynamics: a numerical investigation Giuseppe La Spina; Mike Burton; Mattia de' Michieli Vitturi
  10 min+5 Lowell Moore CO2 in MI bubbles
  10 min+5 Craig Lundstrom Examining silicate-carbonatite cycles at Ol Doinyo Lengai through geochemical observation and laboratory experiments C. Lundstrom, O. Sigmarsson, T. Fisher, D. Zakharov
  10 min+5 Riccardo Avanzinelli Recycling of carbon-rich sediments in the mantle source of silica-undersaturated ultrapotassic Western Mediterranean magmas R. Avanzinelli, E. Ammannati, M. Casalini, T. Elliott, D.E.  Jacob, S.F. Foley, S. Conticelli.
  10 min+5 Marion LeVoyer Heterogeneities in mantle carbon content assessed from Mid-Oceanic Ridge basalts
  10 min+5 Dorsey Wanless Carbon Flux from Mid-Ocean Ridges Based on Volatile Contents from Olivine-Hosted Melt Inclusions V. Dorsey Wanless and Mark D. Behn
  10 min+5 David Graham Variations in magmatic He, CO2  and δ13C during the 2005-2006 seafloor eruption near 9°50'N on the East Pacific Rise D. W. Graham, P. J. Michael, K. H. Rubin
4:00-4:30 30 minute break coffee break  
    Terry Plank, Moderator  
4:30-5:00 30 minute plenary discussion of progress toward global flux model 
    Bob Hazen:  DCO Vision, Integration and Synthesis
5:00-6:00 60 minutes for 9-10 rapid-fire 1 slide presentations (One Point, or Poster Advertisements)
6:00-7:00 Poster Session (with drinks/snacks)
7:00-9:00 Group dinner

July 3 -- Carbon Outputs and Cycles

8:00-8:10 10 min Mike Burton Introductory Comments and Discussion Leader
   
8:15-10:15 First Morning Session - CO2 outputs
  25 min+5 Giovanni Chiodini Measurement of CO2 fluxes at regional scale: the case of Apennines, Italy
  10 min+5 Jake Lowenstern Sorting out mantle versus crustal degassing at Yellowstone Lowenstern, J.B., Bergfeld, D.B., Evans, W.C., Hurwitz, S.
  25 min+5 Cynthia Werner CO2 Degassing of Volcanoes - Active Venting and Plumes
  10 min+5 Tobias Fischer Global Deep Carbon Fluxes Tobias Fischer, Alessandro Aiuppa, Bo Galle,  J. Maarten de Moor, Patrick Allard
  10 min+5 Simon Carn Satellite measurements of volcanic degassing
  10 min+5 Fabrice Gaillard Carbon outgassing from  a cooling planet and atmospheric chemical changes
10:15-10:45 30 minute coffee break  
10:45-12:15 Second Morning Session - carbon connections to climate and deep time
    Alberto Malinverno Moderator
  25 min+5 Kevin Zahnle Early atmosphere CO2, planetary
  10 min+5 Matt Jackson Connections between the bulk composition, geodynamics and habitability of the Earth Jackson, M.G. and A.M. Jellinek
  10 min+5 David Ferguson Constructing a long-term record of mid-ocean ridge magma compositions David Ferguson, Yinqi Li and Charles Langmuir
  10 min+5 Page Chamberlain CO2 drawdown, weathering
  10 min+5 John Hayes Carbon Cycle
12:15-1:25 Lunch    
1:25-1:45   Louise Kellogg Modeling and Visualization for the Deep Carbon Observatory
1:45-2:30 Break-out groups, assigned
2:30-3:00 Reconvene, synthesize and integrate
  Burton, Dasgupta, Dingwell and Plank lead groups and discussion
3:00 PM Participants Depart