Bo Yang is a PhD student at the University of Adelaide working with Prof. Alan Collins. His project utilities geochronological methods to rebuild the tectonic geography of the Great McArthur Basin. Read more about Bo’s research here.
Originally from Abu Dhabi, Mohammad Qasim Mehmood is currently in his third year of undergrad in Applied Geology at the Institute of Geology at the University of the Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan. During his undergrad, he had the opportunity to visit and study the unique geology of Himalayas. He has studied a diversity of subjects […]
Alan Collins is a Professor of Geology at The University of Adelaide and is fascinated by the world and by what the rocks of the world can tell us about how the world works and what it looked like in the past. He has worked with a great set of PhD students and colleagues all […]
Donnelly Archibald is an Instructor and Lecturer at St. Francis Xavier University in Canada. He uses field studies, geochronological, isotopic and geochemical data collected from igneous rocks to answer tectonic problems. He primarily studies rocks in Madagascar and the northern Appalachians. Madagascar is a large island nation located off the southeast coast of Africa. Many […]
Morgan Blades is just finishing her PhD at The University of Adelaide on the Tectonic Evolution of the Western Shield, Ethiopia. She has also worked on the Neoproterozoic evolution of Oman and the Sahara Metacraton. She is a rock enthusiast having wanted to be a geologist since she was very little. Ethiopia is unique – […]