Postgraduate research day showcases excellent work by our PhD students

Posted by mm489 at May 03, 2017 10:15 AM |
On May 10, postgraduate researchers from the Department of Geology will present their work in a competition for best presentation.

The event will be held from 1pm to 4pm in LT8 in the Bennett Building and showcase the wide range of excellent work performed by our postgraduate students. The schedule of talks is as follows:

13.15 Tara Stephens Mixed-mode fracture dilation: evidence for stress-state control on sill, dyke and vein formation
13.30 Jordan Bestwick Inferring the diets of pterosaurs and extant analogues using quantitative 3D textural analysis of tooth microwear
13.45 Tom Hearing Can phosphatic microfossils constrain Cambrian climates?
Posters and coffee

15.00 Michael Morton Comparing and contrasting organic geochemistry and micro-facies of Eocene – Oligocene source rocks from Paratethys
15.15 Joe Emmings
Paint it Black: Palaeoredox of the Mississippian Bowland Shale, UK
15.30 Angela Castagna Effects of Water and Low-Medium Temperature on Limestone from Mt Etna basement
15.45 Kieran Blacker
16.00 Announcement of Winners, Posters
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