Sam Broom-Fendley

Sam started his geological career at UCL, and progressively headed south west, completing an MRes at Royal Holloway, and recently finished a PhD at the Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall. His research looks at mineralisation processes in carbonatites, and he has worked on material from Malawi, Namibia and Canada. He is currently a Postdoctoral research at the Camborne School of Mines. You can read more about his research here.

 

 

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Hunting for REE-bearing fluids in Namibia with Sam Broom-Fendley

Sam is a regular contributor to TravelingGeologist. He recently completed his PhD at the Camborne School of Mines and is currently postdoc-ing with the same in Cornwall. Rare earth elements (REE) are essential in high-strength permanent magnets for green and digital technologies, yet we know little about how REE ore deposits form. However, driven by […]


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Hunting for rare earth elements in Malawi with Sam Broom-Fendley

Sam is a PhD student at the Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter. You can find his research profile here and follow him on twitter @s_broom_fendley. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


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