Pint of Science: Erratic eruptions and the parched planet

Pint of Science: Erratic eruptions and the parched planet

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Venue

Wig and Pen
9-13 George Street
Oxford
OX1 2AU

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Date
Wed 16th May 2018
Cost
£4
Time
19:30-21:30
Booking required

What controls the seemly erratic behavior of volcanoes, and why is Mars so dry? Mike and Jon will shed light on both of these questions, the implications they have for assessing volcanic hazards and the search for extraterrestrial life. Plus awesome videos of volcanic eruptions and beer experiments!

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