Petrology, Geochemistry, and Volcanology Science Scenarios

 
Science scenarios for cyberinfrastructure collected from workshop participants. 
 

Google Folder with science scenarios contributions (individual files)

Compilation of all science scenarios (.pdf)

 
  1. Integration of video and photographic data with volcanic eruptions and geologic events (B. Andrews et al.)
  2. New patterns in global volcanism from integration of physical eruptive data with the chemistry of erupted products (E. Cottrell et al.)
  3. ExTerra: Understanding subduction through studies of exhumed terranes (M. Feineman)
  4. Feedbacks between magmatism and climate (A. Glazner)
  5. Student exercise: discovering correlations between igneous rock geochemistry and plate teconics (A. Glazner)
  6. "Youth"-driven transformation of standard geochemical data management (B. Hallett)
  7. Cross-disciplinary datasets in regional tectonic studies (Central North American Cordillera) (B. Hallett)
  8. Visualization of multi-dimensional geochemical data (E. Hauri)
  9. Earthquakes triggering volcanoes (E. Hauri)
  10. Quantitative assessment of geochemical model output (E. Hauri)
  11. Fracture network modeling and prediction with relation to CO2 sequestration in saline aquifers (D. Hills)
  12. Undergraduate research project scenario 1: Is there a relationship between volcanic activity and climate? (E. Johnson)
  13. Undergraduate research project scenario 2: Origin of sandstone xenoliths in Eocene basaltic plug fro Western VA (E. Johnson)
  14. Access to diverse and disparate datasets and development of data visualization tools (K. Johnson)
  15. A solution model for geological phase equilibria (P. Kelemen)
  16. Spatially resolved data at the scale of individual rock samples (A. Kent)
  17. Follow the magma: physical and chemical evolution of magmas from source to surface (M. Le Voyer)
  18. Enhancement of collaboration opportunities in high pressure mineral physics and petrology-geochemistry (M. Manghnani)
  19. A volcanic degassing science scenario (B. McCormick)
  20. Defining the abundance of elements and isotopes in every voxel in the Earth (W. McDonough)
  21. Cosmochemical database and solar system evolution models (B. Nelson)
  22. Multiresolution topography, geospatial data and simulation for data driven geophysical mass flow simulations and hazard analysis (A. Patra)
  23. Data management for mixed funded collections (S. Ramdeen)
  24. GUAVA - Global undersea active volcano archive (K. Rubin)
  25. Infrastructure for crystal-scale database in petrology (P. Ruprecht)
  26. Towards a holistic understanding of subduction zones (R. Stern)
  27. Integration of realistic first principles predictions of thermochemical and thermoelastic data with geodynamics simulations and interpretation of seismic tomography (R. Wentzcovitch)
  28. Linking volcanologial, geochemical, and geophysical observations along constructive and destructive plate margins (G. Zellmer)