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University of Aberdeen Department of Geology and Geophysics
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University of Aberdeen Mar 27
We want to say a big Friday 'Thank You' to our members of staff who are still working on campus to make sure business-critical activities can continue. Thanks guys. Stay safe! ❤️
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Mar 18
Congratulations to Mohammed Bello on passing his (online) PhD viva today! His work focussed on using tomography, shear-wave splitting and reciever functions to contain lithospheric structure in SE Australia, Bass Strait, and Tasmania.
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University of Aberdeen Mar 13
THREAD: Suspension of face-to-face teaching. The health, safety and wellbeing of our community is paramount, which is why the University is escalating its efforts to mitigate the consequences of -19. Read on...
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Dave Healy Mar 6
Play-doh (locally made) maps & models day Sections by the steel ruler never lie! Thanks to technicians Walter Ritchie and Jason Donald; great mix this year.
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University of Aberdeen Mar 3
Congratulations to our Aberdeen academics Robert Frost, Pieter van West and Chris Soulsby who are among the 64 elected!
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Nick Schofield Mar 2
New paper from Laura-Jane Fyfe on Geology and Petroleum Geology of Larne and Portpatrick Basins - A very nice accomplished piece of subsurface geological work. . If you can't get a copy, e-mail me.
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Brian Burnham Feb 27
Sand Injection Research Group as a finalist in knowledge exchange! Great event with
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Bartosz Kurjanski Feb 26
Very pleased to say that my 2nd first author paper is out there! Have a read if you want to know more about glaciogenic reservoirs and how to harness the complexity of glaciogenic landforms and sediments!
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Dave Cornwell Feb 24
Hello, I'm a seismologist and lecturer in geophysics at and I've been an insulin-dependent type-1 diabetic since I was 15. Photos from recent fieldwork in Sabah, Borneo.
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British Geological Survey Feb 22
SEISMIC INFORMATION : CENTRAL NORTH SEA 22 FEBRUARY 2020 18:43 UTC 4.0 ML The following preliminary information is available LAT/LONG: 55.680° North / 3.026° East DEPTH: 11 Km MAGNITUDE: 4.0 ML LOCALITY: Central North Sea, approximately 250 km northeast of Scarborough
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 21
Another PhD student Wiktor Luzinski while on a sampling campaign near Los Banos, California. Wiktor along with Rob Waltham are sampling intrusive, extrusive and depositional sandstones to understand the emplacement and source of these sand injectites 🏜
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 21
Replying to @abdngeology
Clare will be speaking on this topic at our next Earth Science seminar on Thursday 27th Feb
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 21
PhD student @DeepAeolian_Sophie in Svalbard, Norway, studying ~315 million year old fluvial/alluvial fan deposits near Pyramiden, a Russian ghost town, together with Camilla Würtzen (University of Oslo) and Fredrik Wesenlund (University of Tromsø) 🏔👻
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 21
Fascinating talk by for the Aberdeen Geological Society last night. Discussing the CO2 challenge and what it can tell us about the Earth.
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Nick Schofield Feb 21
Our very own Dr. Alex Brasier preparing to be filmed for new documentary
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 20
Congratulations to who passed her PhD viva today! Her work focussed on imaging the crust across two failed rift systems, Bass Strait, Australia and the North Sea, using ambient noise seismology techniques. She will embark on a career with in Norway this June!
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Amy Gilligan Feb 19
A intense few weeks teaching my first whole course from scratch - Machine Learning in Geophysics to the students! They've been a pleasure to work with and hopefully have learnt things from it (I certainly have!)
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 19
Replying to @abdngeology
‘Balancing regional and local controls on sediment distribution implications for a gas hub in the Faroe-Shetland Basin’ Using well data and micropalentology for detailed chronostrat you will build an understanding of sediment distribution and controls. 4/4
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 19
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‘Exploring rate state friction for geothermal energy’ You will be combining experimental and numerical modelling with field testing to investigate the role of coupled thermo-mechanical processes on fracturing. 3/4
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Aberdeen Geology & Geophysics Feb 19
Replying to @abdngeology
‘Thrust localisation and linkage through multi-layers’ working with industry partner NAGRA (Swiss Radioactive Waste Disposal body) you will investigate how strain links between layers in compressional regimes. Fieldwork is going to be key!
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