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This Week's Buttery Specials

*Some prices have changed due to the recent increase in meals tax
Monday
Chicken Tenders w/ Fries and Side Greens
SOUP: Chicken Noodle  
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Tuesday
Chili Dogs w/ Chips and Mixed Vegetable 
Soup: Chili  
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad


Wednesday
Chicken Divan w/ Egg Noodles and Caesar Salad
Soup: Corn Chowder 
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Thursday
Tuscan Roast Pork w/ mashed Potato and Veg
Soup: Kale
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Friday
Sweet and Sour Shrimp Over Rice, and Vegetable 
Soup: Lobster Bisque
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


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Alison Shaw
Associate Scientist
Geology & Geophysics

Office Phone: +1 508 289 3775
WHOI Lab Phone: +1 508 289 2473
ashaw@whoi.edu

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WHOI Mailing Address:
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
266 Woods Hole Rd.
MS# 22
Woods Hole, MA 02543-1050

Education

McGill University, B.Sc. in Geosciences, 1996
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Ph.D., 2003
Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Insitution of Washington, Post-doctoral Associate, 2003-2005

Research Interests

My research focuses on understanding the role of volatiles (noble gases and major volatiles) in magmatic systems. In particular, I am interested in determining how they are recycled from the Earth's surface back into the mantle, as well as identifying how they can be used as geochemical tracers of various sources (i.e. crust, mantle, sediments, plume) and processes (i.e., degassing, contamination, mixing). I have studied magmatic volatiles from the interior of the Earth in various different types of media including: 1) hydrothermal vent fluids in submarine environments, 2) basaltic glasses - lavas rapidly quenched as they erupt onto the seafloor, 3) fumaroles gases emitted from the craters of active volcanoes, 4) thermal springs, 5) geothermal wells on the flanks of volcanoes and 6) melt inclusions in mineral phases.

Languages

French, Spanish

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