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PhD by haiku, vol. 4

Compiled by Patrick, Patrick and Louise.

The fourth and potentially final installation of our longest running series.

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Buried in a grave
Sea of torrid rock and heat
Spawns a seed so deep
— Jess, experimental petrology

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Flash rock plummets scorched earth
Oasis of questions
Frostily protected
— Liane, isotope geochemistry

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PhD by haiku, vol. 3

Compiled by Patrick, Patrick and Louise.

A continuation of a continuation of our PhD haiku’s.

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Such a mystery zircon
So obsessed with you
Let me know you more
— Bei, isotope geochemistry

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The sea-floor goes deep
Water is lost on the way
Looking for witness
— Laure, isotope geochemistry

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PhD by haiku, vol. 2

Compiled by Patrick, Patrick and Louise.

 

A continuation from last weeks blog post.

Suzette
Nitrogen, carbon
Noble gases and so on
Chemistry is key
— Suzette, isotope geochemistry

Louise

Two minerals paired
trap ancient information
of how they were made
— Louise, experimental petrology

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PhD by haiku, vol. I

Compiled by Patrick, Patrick and Louise

We asked members of the student body to summarise their research in the form of a haiku. Here is what they came up with…

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Dear sweet mantle plume
I really hope you exist
So much wasted time
— Tim, geodynamics

hannah

Where did people live?
Isotopes in teeth can help,
to stalk ancient folk
— Hannah, isotope geochemistry

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