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 – […]
Dr Ben McGee completed his PhD at the University of Adelaide in 2013 on the Tectonic Evolution of the Paraguay Belt, Brazil. Since then he has been working as a post-doctoral researcher in Brazil, continuing his work on Gondwana formation in South America. He is also an amazing photographer – check out his website here. […]
Diana Plavsa is a geologist who completed her PhD at The University of Adelaide in 2014 where she was supervised by Prof Alan Collins and John Foden. Since then she has been a post-doc researcher at Curtin University working on the Capricorn Orogen. A PhD working in southern India sounds pretty good. You imagine beautiful […]
Jiu-Long Zhou is a postdoc in the Chemical Geodynamics group at the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He utilizes a range of analytical techniques to extract information from igneous rocks for reconstructing the Proterozoic tectonics of Madagascar and South China.
Written by Eleni Wood, a PhD student at Open University. You can read more about Eleni’s research here. Bhutan is an absolute gem of a country, where progress is measured by Gross National Happiness, chili is considered a staple vegetable and the mountains dominate every view. In the late spring of 2017, I and Stacy […]