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Jan Marten Huizenga’s main research interest is in the field of fluid-rock geochemistry. He is in particular interested in the geochemical changes associated with fluid-rock interaction processes in the lower crust and in hydrothermal systems. At present, he works on the thermodynamic aspects of graphite precipitation and on fluid-rock interaction in lower crustal rocks.

Teaching
  • EA1110: Evolution of the Earth (Level 1; TSV)
  • EA2010: Introductory Geology (Level 2; TSV)
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  • A local perspective on cultural integration and complexity in the early historic period: 1st Millennium AD Archaeology in Northeast Thailand. (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Investigation and assessment of groundwater quality and conditions for sustainable management in dry tropical coastal plain aquifer(s): Townsville, Queensland Australia (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Geological characteristics, genesis and ore controlling factors of the Tick Hill Au deposit, Dajarra District, NW Queensland, Australia (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Fluids in the lower crust: storage and mobilization (PhD , Primary Advisor)
  • Fluid Characterisation of Hydrothermal Mineralisation in the Eastern Fold Belt, mt Isa Inlier, NW Queensland, Australia (PhD , Primary Advisor)
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