New Research Highlights
1.6 Ga crustal thickening along the final Nuna suture
Newly published results in GEOLOGY outline the evidence for the collision of proto-Australia and Laurentia during the final assembly of supercontinent Nuna.
Published in Nature Geoscience, recent research backs claims that the Earth experienced a ‘geological lull’ in its development around 2.3 to 2.2 billion years ago.
The fourth annual ACTER field symposium was held from 25th August to 3rd September, 2018 in the Gansu Province, a historical and cultural province lying between the Tibetan and Loess plateaus in north-western China.
Professor Zheng-Xiang Li featured in The Australian's 2018 Lifetime Achievement Leaderboard, and named the Field Leader for Geology.
(source: The Australian, Wednesday, September 26, 2018, pages 37 to 96)
Astrobiology Magazine wrote an article on a recent paper (co-authored by our own Dr Ross Mitchell) about the rising phosphorus content in basalts as Earth cools over time. (Image credit: NASA.)
A fantastic article in Scientific American about one of the groups recent publications.
During November 2017 Earth Dynamic Research Group members Amaury Pourteau and Erin Martin, along with Curtin PhD Student Samuel Bain, visited students at East Victoria Park Primary School.
Washington, D.C., USA | 10-14 December, 2018