Mr Michael Stock
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I am primarily interested in the interpretation of the petrologic record for determination of pre-eruptive processes. My research encompasses different aspects of volcanology, petrology, mineralogy and geochemistry with an aim to better understand the processes occurring within sub-volcanic systems.
My current work involves analysis of hydrous minerals and volcanic glass to determine the volatile evolution and pre-eruptive volatile contents of volcanic systems. This work has important implications for our understanding of the controls on eruption style and the triggers of large, explosive eruptions.
- Tutor for Fundamentals of Geology
- Tutor for Igneous Petrology
- Tutor for Igneous Petrogenesis
- Tutor for Volcanoes and the Environment
Chew, D.M., Donelick, R.A., Donelick, M.B., Kamber, B.S., and Stock, M.J., 2013, 'Apatite chlorine concentration measurements by LA-ICP-MS', Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, doi: 10.1111/j.1751-908X.2013.00246.x
Stock, M.J., Taylor, R.N., and Gernon, T.M., 2012, 'Triggering of major eruptions recorded by actively forming cumulates', Scientific Reports, 2, 731, doi: 10.1038/srep00731