Julien CHANTEL

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Julien CHANTEL

Function: Post doctoral research fellow

Main Research Unit: LMV

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Julien was a ClerVolc postdoctoral fellow from 2012 to 2014. He worked with Denis Andrault (LMV) on high pressure and high temperature experiments for the determination of thermochemical, physical, and kinetic constraints for the processes of magma genesis, evolution, and eruption.

ClerVolc Publications

274. Freitas D., Manthilake G., Schiavi F., Chantel J., Bolfan-Casanova N., Bouhifd A., Andrault D. (2017). Experimental evidence supporting a global melt layer at the base of the Earth ’s upper mantle. Nature Communications vol.8, p.2186, doi:10.1038/s41467-017-02275-9.

177. Chantel J., Manthilake G., Frost J, Beyer C., Ballaran T. B, Jing Z, Wang Y (2016). Elastic wave velocities in polycrystalline Mg3Al2Si3O12-pyrope garnet to 24 GPa and 1300K. American Mineralogist vol.101, 4, doi:10.2138/am-2016-5335.

174. Chantel J., Manthilake G., Andrault D., Novella D., Yu T., Wang Y. (2016). Experimental evidence supports mantle partial melting in the asthenosphere. Science Advances vol.2, p.e1600246, doi:10.1126/sciadv.1600246.

112. Hammouda T., Chantel J., Manthilake G., Guignard J., Crichton W. (2014). Hot mantle geotherms stabilize calcic carbonatite magmas up to the surface. Geology. doi:10.1130/G35778.1.

Julien CHANTEL