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Youxue Zhang elected as Geochemistry Fellow of the Geochemical Society

Michigan EARTH Professor Youxue Zhang is one of the 16 Fellows elected for 2024. He is being recognized for his work that contributed greatly to our understanding of the concept and theory for multi-species diffusion, hydrous species reaction kinetics with applications to geospeedometry, and water and other volatiles in the Moon.

The Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry established the title of Geochemistry Fellow, to be granted to accomplished scientists who have made major contributions to the field of geochemistry over the years. Other Michigan EARTH faculty who have been elected include Jim O’Neil (1998), Phil Meyers (2002), Lynn Walter (2005), Rod Ewing (2009), Joel Blum (2010), and Becky Lange (2014).

Join Michigan EARTH in congratulating Professor Zhang on this great accomplishment!

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