First NameAndrea
Last NameRielli
UnitPisa
Emailandrea.rielli(at)igg.cnr(dot)it
RoleResearch Fellow
Research Gate Linkwww.researchgate.net/profile/Andrea_Rielli

EDUCATION

  • Post-doctoral researcher at IGG-CNR (01/10/2018 – ongoing) within the Horizon 2020 project GECO (Geothermal Emission Gas Control)
  • Post-doctoral researcher at University of Pisa (01/09/2017-01/09/2018) within the MIUR SIR funded project THALMIGEN (Thallium: mineralogy, geochemistry and Enviromental hazards)
  • Ph.D. presso Monash University, Australia (28/08/2018) Thesis title: Metasomatic oxidation of subduction zone mantle: Implication for arc metallogeny
  • Master degree in Geology at the University of Pisa, 110/110 cum laude (03/05/2013)
  • Bachelor degree in Geology at the University of Pisa (23/07/2010) 

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY

My research is focused on the (bio)geochemical cycles of carbon, sulfur and trace metals between the surficial environment (atmosphere-oceans-crust) and Earth’s interior (mantle). During my Ph.D. I have studied these cycles at subduction zones to understand how they can promote the oxidation of the Earth’s mantle and control the spatial and temporal distribution of ore deposits. My post-doc research activity has been focused on the study of mineral deposits associated with environmental contaminations by heavy metals (Tl), CO2 mineral sequestration in ultramafic rocks, and on the development of new proxies for the reconstruction of paleo-fluxes of CO­2 through the Earth’s crust.  

PREMI E INVITI

  • National Geographic Society Early Career Research Grant” EC-426R-18, for the project “Magnesite deposits as proxies for paleo-CO2 fluxes through the Earth’s crust” (25/04/2018)
  • International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) - Resourcing Future Generations student research grant (07/07/2018)
  • Society of Economic Geologists Foundation (SEGF) SFT15 award (16/06/2016)
  • International Association of GeoChemistry (IAGC) student research grant (18/06/2016)
  • Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) - Bicentennal Gold 88 Endowment 2014 award (04/01/2015)
  • Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) Student Research Grant (08/05/2014)
  • Monash University Study Away Grant (12/06/2016)
  • Monash University Travel Grant (08/09/2015)
  • Monash University - Victoria Museum Collaborative Scholarship (20/10/2015)
  • Monash International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (MIPRS) (16/11/2013)
  • Monash Graduate Scholarship (MGS) (16/11/2013)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

  • 2018-2019 Participant in the Horizon 2020 GECO (Geothermal Emission Gas Control)
  • 2018 Principal investigator in the project: “Magnesite deposits as proxies for paleo-CO2 fluxes through the Earth’s crust” funded by the National Geographic Society (EC-426R-18)
  • 2017-2018 Participant in the MIUR SIR funded project THALMIGEN (Thallium: mineralogy, geochemistry and Enviromental hazards)
  • 2018 –IGG-CNR associate for collaboration in the scientific area “Geodynamic and geological processes”
  • 2015 Co-proposer and scientific participant in the synchrotron experiment XFM9490 (Australian Synchrotron) for the project: “Metasomatic oxidation of the sub-arc mantle, new insights from synchrotron XANES analyses of iron oxidation in garnet”
  • 2016 Co-proposer and scientific participant in the synchrotron experiment XFM11318 (Australian Synchrotron) for the project: “Oxidation state of melt generated at the site of mantle metasomatism”
  • 2014 - 2018 Teaching associate at the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University (Australia), for the units: economic geology, petrology and geological mapping.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Rielli A., Tomkins A.G., Nebel O., Raveggi M., Jeon H., Ávila J., 2018. Sulfur isotope and PGE systematics of metasomatised mantle wedge. Earth and Planetary Science Letters.

Rielli A., Tomkins A.G., Nebel O., Brugger j., Etschmann B., Zhong R., Yaxley G.M., Paterson D. 2018. Evidence of sub-arc mantle oxidation by sulfur and carbon. Geochemical Perspective Letters, vol 3, pp. 124-132.

Rielli A., Tomkins A.G., Nebel O., Brugger j., Etschmann B., Paterson D., 2018. Garnet peridotites reveal spatial and temporal changes in the oxidation potential of subduction. Nature Scientific Report.

Egglseder M. S., Cruden A.R., Tomkins A.G., Wilson S.A., Rielli A., Li C., Baumgartner J., Faivre D., 2019. Tiny particles building huge ore deposits – Particle-based crystallisation in banded iron formation-hosted iron ore deposits (Hamersley Province, Australia). Ore geology Reviews.