Georg Florian Zellmer


Georg F. Zellmer received his PhD from the Open University, UK, in 1999, and subsequently worked as research fellow at the University of Bristol, the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Academia Sinica (Taipei). In 2013 he was appointed to Massey University, New Zealand, where he is currently employed as Professor in Earth and Planetary Sciences. Georg's interests include volcanology, igneous petrology, and high-temperature geochemistry, with an emphasis on geochemical techniques to decipher magmatic evolution in a range of tectonic settings. His work focuses on timescales of petrogenetic processes and their links to volcanic eruptions, magmatic hygrometry, volatile cycling through subduction zones, and integrating geophysical and geochemical observations at global destructive plate margins.

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