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Anthony Lanati completed a BSc with majors in Geology and Geophysics at Macquarie University before undertaking a Master of Research (MRes) at the same institution. Anthony's MRes focused on trying to isolate the potential sources of discrepency between laboratories around the world that were undertaking electrical conductivity measurements, via complex impedence spectroscopy, on olivine samples. Since completing his Masters degree in 2016 Anthony has worked as a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) operator, Research Assistant and Technical Officer all at Macquarie University. His role as Technical Officer involved running the high pressure laboratories of Professor Stephen Foley and Professor Simon Clark within the Macquaire University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (EES). During this time he also undertook research work on concrete, electrical conductivity meansurements of multiple minerals and meteorite impact craters - some of which continues today.

Since 2018 Anthony has been a PhD candidate in the EES working on the "Origin and Geochemistry of the Shoshonites" under the supervision of ARC Laureate Fellow Professor Stephen Foley.

From October 2020 Anthony wil complete the remainder of his doctoral research through University of Münster (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, WWU) under a DAAD funded cotutelle agreement, working under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Stephan Klemme. 

Research interests

My primary research interests lies in the mobility of the element potassium in mafic alkaline melts within the Earths upper mantle and asthenosphere, and the ability for these melts to carry critical metals such as copper to form ore deposits. Through the study of these alkaline melts we can deduce melt transport mechanisms coupled with volatile phases such as water (as H or OH), carbon (as CO2) and sulfur, as well as mantle histroy and evolution via processes like mantle mateasomatism and partial melting. 


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