News: Honours projects - Geophysics
Honours projects: Investigate aspects of Coulomb triggering including the benefit of including fault information in Coulomb maps, the circumstances in which these stress changes trigger large events, and the extent to which they can be combined with statistical models to forecast earthquake rates.
Honours project: Be part of the national magnetotelluric survey that aims to provide significant information about Australia’s geodynamic framework for resource exploration.
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: Develop a general theoretical understanding of the fluid and membrane parameters that control membrane transport processes and to investigate deviations from continuum hydrodynamics predictions due to molecular effects, which could potentially be harnessed to optimise these processes.
Honours project: Develop a model of the compositional and thermal effects on elevation across the Antarctic that may be used by glacial modellers.
Honours project: Reconstruct the supercontinent Gondwana using geochemical, geophysical, structural and geochronologic data.