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Guillaume Jacques


Wischhofstr. 1-3

DE-24148 Kiel


Ph. ++49-431-600-2561

Fax. ++49-431-600-2915

Email gjacques [AT]



I studied volcanology in Clermont-Ferrand in France a the Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans. Then I started to have interest of geochemistry, to resolve Earth's dynamic processes on the OIBs. It was first on The Cape Verde Archipelago on Sr-Nd isotopic compositions of Sal island. Second I investigated Li isotopic composition of HIMU-type rocks on Rurutu Island (French Polynesia) to test Li isotopes as tracer for recycled components in the mantle.
Then, I moved to Germany to do a PhD on the C2 project of SFB-574. The main purpose is the overall geochemistry of the freshest and the youngest lavas from the volcanic front of the Southern Volcanic Zone in Chile and of the back-arc in Argentina.



2006-2008 Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand
2003-2006 University of Poitiers


2007 Master's degree in Magmatic and metamorphic processes / Volcanology
2006 Bachelor's degree in Physics and Chemistry of the Earth
2005 Two-year University degree in Geosciences 



2008 Same for Li isotope of basaltic samples from Polynesia
2008 Clean-lab, chemical isolation of Sr-Nd, notions in mass spectrometry: Sr-Nd compositions of basaltic samples from Sal (Cape Verde Islands)



Events Events

Kieler Wissenschaftler fühlen den 'Puls der Erde'

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Buch zum Sonderforschungsbereich über Naturkatastrophen am GEOMAR vorgestellt

Wie funktioniert die Recyclingmaschine der Erde?

Nach elf Jahren endet der Kieler Sonderforschungsbereich 574 zu Subduktionszonen

Final colloquium of SFB 574

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The Lübeck Retreat, May 23-25, 2012

Teilprojekt Öffentlichkeitsarbeit