Currently browsing: Items authored or edited by Julia Semprich

21 items in this list.
Generated on Sun Jul 21 02:00:57 2024 BST.

Jump to:

2024 | 2023 | 2022 | 2020 | 2019 | 2017 | 2015 | 2014 | 2010

2024To Top

Semprich, Julia (2024). Influence of Thermal Gradient and Water Content on the Composition of Venusian Basalts. In: Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 11-15 Mar 2024, The Woodlands, Houston, Texas.

Semprich, Julia (2024). Modeling Melt Fractionation in the Venusian Mantle and Implications for Basalt Composition. In: Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 11-15 Mar 2024, The Woodlands, Houston, Texas.

2023To Top

Bowden, Donald Lewis; Bridges, John C.; Cousin, Agnes; Rapin, William; Semprich, Julia; Gasnault, Olivier; Forni, Olivier; Gasda, Patrick; Das, Debarati; Payré, Valerie; Sautter, Violaine; Bedford, Candice C.; Wiens, Roger C.; Pinet, Patrick and Frydenvang, Jens (2023). Askival: An altered feldspathic cumulate sample in Gale crater. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 58(1) pp. 41–62.

Semprich, Julia and Filiberto, Justin (2023). Compositional Variation of Venusian Melts as A Function of Thermal Gradient and Protolith. In: 54th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 13-17 Mar 2023, Houston, TX, USA.

Semprich, Julia (2023). From Geitafell Volcano (Iceland) to Mars: Hydrothermal Alteration of Basalt to Constrain Subsurface Fluid Pathways. In: 54th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 13-17 Mar 2023, Houston, TX, USA.

Semprich, Julia (2023). Unraveling Venus' Geological Past: Linking Melt Compositions to Reservoir and Depth. In: Venus as a System Conference, 1-3 Nov 2003, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2022To Top

Semprich, Julia and Filiberto, Justin (2022). Modeling the crystallization of Martian igneous compositions. In: 53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 7-11 Mar 2022, Houston, TX, USA.

2020To Top

2019To Top

Oliveira, Elson P.; Talavera, Cristina; Windley, Brian F.; Zhao, Lei; Semprich, Julia J.; McNaughton, Neal J.; Amaral, Wagner S.; Sombini, Gabriel; Navarro, Margareth and Silva, Dailto (2019). Mesoarchaean (2820 Ma) high-pressure mafic granulite at Uauá, São Francisco Craton, Brazil, and its potential significance for the assembly of Archaean supercratons. Precambrian Research, 331, article no. 105366.

Semprich, J.; Schwenzer, S. P.; Treiman, A. H. and Filiberto, J. (2019). Phase Equilibria Modeling of Low-grade Metamorphic Martian Rocks. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 124(3) pp. 681–702.

2017To Top

Moreno, J.A.; Baldim, M.R.; Semprich, J.; Oliveira, E.P.; Verma, S. and Teixeira, W. (2017). Geochronological and geochemical evidences for extension-related Neoarchean granitoids in the southern São Francisco Craton, Brazil. Precambrian Research, 294 pp. 322–343.

2015To Top

Semprich, Julia; Moreno, Juan Antonio and Oliveira, Elson Paiva (2015). Phase equilibria and trace element modeling of Archean sanukitoid melts. Precambrian Research, 269 pp. 122–138.

Pedreira, David; Afonso, Juan Carlos; Pulgar, Javier A.; Gallastegui, Jorge; Carballo, Alberto; Fernàndez, Manel; Garcia-Castellanos, Daniel; Jiménez-Munt, Ivone; Semprich, Julia and García-Moreno, Olga (2015). Geophysical-petrological modeling of the lithosphere beneath the Cantabrian Mountains and the North-Iberian margin: geodynamic implications. Lithos, 230 pp. 46–68.

2014To Top

Hölttä, Pentti; Heilimo, Esa; Huhma, Hannu; Kontinen, Asko; Mertanen, Satu; Mikkola, Perttu; Paavola, Jorma; Peltonen, Petri; Semprich, Julia; Slabunov, Alexander and Sorjonen-Ward, Peter (2014). The Archaean Karelia and Belomorian Provinces, Fennoscandian Shield. In: Dilek, Y and Furnes, H eds. Evolution of Archean Crust and Early Life, Volume 7. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 55–102.

2010To Top

Semprich, Julia; Simon, Nina S. C. and Podladchikov, Yuri Yu. (2010). Density variations in the thickened crust as a function of pressure, temperature, and composition. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 99(7) pp. 1487–1510.


Subscribe to these results

get details to embed this page in another page Embed as feed [feed] Atom [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0