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 […]
Yebo Liu is a PhD candidate at Curtin University working with Professor Zheng-Xiang Li. You can read more about his research here. The Yilgarn Craton, the largest Archean continental nuclei of Australia and one of the oldest continental blocks on Earth, is intruded by numerous mafic dykes, which are ideal recorders of palaeomagnetic signals because they […]
With all the news and intrigue about North Korea, I found myself curious as to the geographic and geologic context for the current geopolitical situation. For over 2000 years the Korean Peninsula has been fraught with political and military upheavals. Even the fundamental division currently present between North and South Korea has been present in some form […]
Professor Phil Bland is a ARC Laureate Fellow at Curtin University and lead scientist of the Desert Fireball Network. Him and his team use cutting edge ground-based camera systems to identifying and recovering meteorites with the goal of calculating the orbits of recovered meteorites to their source regions and parent bodies in the Solar System. […]