News: Honours projects - Geology
This project involves mapping and quantifying fracture patterns to better understanding the role of fluid flow through the Earth’s subsurface.
Honours project: An exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of a new dating technique with many industry applications in both minerals, petroleum and research.
Honours project: Examine the pressure evolution recorded by granitic rocks in the western Gneiss Complex in Norway.
What goes down, must come up? Tracking sediment input to subduction zone magmas using radiogenic and stable Sr isotopes
Honours project: Gain insights into the ‘recycling system’ of sediments/carbonates on Earth, with implications for the melt formation and also the deep carbon cycle on our planet.
Honours project: Explore the fluvial drainage networks that discharge at the coastline.
Honours project: Help solve this missing part of the puzzle in the absolute timing of fault movements and landscape evolution of the southern Flinders Ranges.
Honours project: Apply multi-method apatite thermochronology and calcite dating to constrain the timing of formation and exhumation of the Altai ore provinces.
Honours project: Investigate the extrusion rate of Toothpaste Tectonics in the Eyre Peninsula.
Honours project: Explore the pressure-temperature-time conditions reached by the mafic rock vs the host metapelites.
Honours project: Use new technology to undertake quick and precise Rb-Sr isotope dating of selected authigenic minerals.