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Member Since 1983
Richard J J. Walker
Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland College Park
Professional Experience
University of Maryland College Park
2012 - Present
University of Maryland College Park
Distinguished University Professor
1990 - Present
Education
Doctorate
1984
Honors & Awards
Harry H. Hess Medal
Received 2019
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Reginald Daly Lecture
Received 2016
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Union Fellow
Received 2009
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Publications
AGU Abstracts
On the composition of FOZO and similar mantle reservoirs: A critical examination and a defining role for tungsten isotopes
NEXT-GENERATION MINERALOGY, PETROLOGY, AND GEOCHEMISTRY: NEW APPROACHES TO HARNESSING THE MULTIDIMENSIONALITY OF COMPLEX EARTH AND PLANETARY SYSTEMS I POSTER
volcanology, geochemistry and petrology | 15 december 2023
Val Finlayson, Richard J. Walker, Katherine R. Ber...
The existence of a globally ubiquitous and geochemically distinctive mantle reservoir has been known for decades. Various terms, while defined using i...
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Evidence for the BSE-like 182W Composition of the Mantle at 2.0 Ga
CHEMISTRY AND EVOLUTION OF EARTH’S INTERIOR AS RECORDED BY MANTLE PLUMES I POSTER
volcanology, geochemistry and petrology | 13 december 2023
Igor S. Puchtel, Jan L. Hellmann, Hanika Rizo, Jan...
The highly heterogeneous nature of the early Earth's mantle and long-term preservation of these heterogeneities are well established on the basis of s...
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Revisiting the Composition of Earth’s Late-Stage Building Blocks
PLANETARY FORMATION AND DIFFERENTIATION IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM: FROM MOLECULAR CLOUD TO ROCKY PLANETS II ORAL
study of earth's deep interior | 13 december 2023
Katherine R. Bermingham, Richard J. Walker, Linda ...
The siderophile (iron-loving) elements Mo and Ru are well suited to investigating the mass-independent nucleosynthetic (i.e., genetic) signatures of E...
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