Past events

04
Mar
2021

Bayesian inversion of 3D groundwater flow within the Sydney-Gunnedah-Bowen Basin »

1pm 4 March 2021

Bayesian inversion to model 3D groundwater flow within the Sydney-Gunnedah-Bowen Basin and inform policies on groundwater management

25
Feb
2021

A Bayesian reappraisal of Australian crustal heat flow »

1pm 25 February 2021

[PhD exit seminar] Using Bayesian statistical framework to measure Australian crustal heat flow

18
Feb
2021

Changing ocean currents, coherent eddies and jets.  »

1pm 18 February 2021

[PhD seminar] A study of study the temporal evolution of mesoscale ocean currents and in turn the response of the ocean to our changing climate.

11
Feb
2021

Uncertainties and correlations in geological phase equilibrium modelling  »

1pm 11 February 2021

An overview of the challenge in phase equilibrium modelling

04
Feb
2021

Tidal Tomography: What an often-neglected phenomenon known as Earth tides can tell us about buoyancy in the deepest part of the mantle. »

1pm 4 February 2021

How tidal tomography can be used to infer density at lowermost mantle.

10
Dec
2020

Variations in the oxygen fugacity of the upper mantle due to solid-solid phase equilibria and partial melting »

1pm 10 December 2020

An overview on various factors affecting the observed variations in the oxygen fugacities of magmas and their mantle sources.

26
Nov
2020

Redox Cycling of Iron and Sulfur and the Consequences for Arsenic and Antimony Mobility in Acid Sulfate Soil Wetlands »

1pm 26 November 2020

Understanding a complex interplay between hydrology, redox conditions and Fe mineralogy on contaminant fate and general water quality in acid sulfate soil (ASS) wetlands

19
Nov
2020

What makes volcanoes erupt? Insights from petrology  »

1pm 19 November 2020

A survey of the erupted volume, composition, style and initiation timescale (the time between initiation in the subsurface and eventual eruption) for over 70 eruptions at 40 volcanoes worldwide.

12
Nov
2020

(1) Crust-mantle interaction: reactive melt ascent through the lower arc crust (2) Detrimental effects of coupled dissolution-precipitation on...

1pm 12 November 2020

Two talks on (1) melt transfer in the lower crust and (2) reasons for complex geochronology based on U-Pb data for zircon and monazite grains

05
Nov
2020

The evolution of the North West Shelf  »

1pm 5 November 2020

Understanding the mechanism driving the complex evolution of the North West Shelf of Australia is particularly complex which has experienced a series of Palaeozoic and Mesozoic rift events, many of which are associated with the separation of micro-continental fragments.

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