Taya FLAHERTY

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Taya FLAHERTY

Function: PhD student

Main Research Unit: LMV

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Taya is a PhD student who started in 2016 and will complete her thesis in 2019. She works with Tim Druitt, Pierre Schiano and Olgeir Sigmarsson on magmatic processes at Santorini caldera, using in particular the trace element compositions of crystal-hosted melt inclusions.

ClerVolc Publications

305. Flaherty T., Druitt T., Tuffen H., Higgins M.D., Costa F., Cadoux A. (2018). Multiple timescale constraints for high-flux magma chamber assembly prior to the Late Bronze Age eruption of Santorini (Greece). Contribution to Mineralogy & Petrology vol.173, p.75, doi:10.1007/s00410-018-1490-1.

264. Schiavi F., Bolfan-Casanova N., Withers A.C., Médard E., Laumonier M., Laporte D., Flaherty T., Gomez-Ulla A. (2018). Water quantification in silicate glasses by Raman spectroscopy: Correcting for the effects of confocality, density and ferric iron. Chemical Geology vol.4, p.312-331, doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.02.036.

197. Druitt T., Mercier M., Florentin L., Deloule E., Cluzel N., Médard E., Cadoux A., Flaherty T. (2016). Magma storage and extraction during plinian and interplinian periods at Santorini caldera (Greece). Journal of Petrology vol.57, p.461-494, doi:10.1093/petrology/egw015.

Taya FLAHERTY