Earth SciencesAttend the Mined Land Rehabilitation Conference 2019

Engage The 2019 Conference will attract: those with a professional interest in Mined Land Rehabilitation regulatory officers involved in the mining sector, Policy development and implementation new researchers, recent PhD, Masters and Honours graduates individuals and organisations representing the mining community […]

Earth SciencesIn a Land of Plenty, Big Water Problems

Michelle Ho, a University of Newcastle alumni, and now a Postdoctoral at Columbia University shares the implications and importance of her research in this video. Michelle’s research is focused on hydroclimatic variability and water resource risk analysis using paleoclimate information […]

Online CounsellingWelcome to 2019

Welcome back from holidays! I hope you have had a fun and safe holiday period and are returning to study at least a little refreshed. If not, there is always coffee! Counselling, Online Counselling and Student Support are now open […]

Earth SciencesSTEM Professionals in Schools – Earth Sciences UON

STEM Professionals in Schools is a national volunteer program that facilitates partnerships between schools and industry to bring a real STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) into the classroom. Friday 14th Alisa, Murray and myself headed off to Lambton Public School […]

Online CounsellingThe end of another year

Today is the final day of the exam period, and many of you will have either already finished for the year or be finishing up in the coming weeks. Congratulations on making it to the end another year! Now can […]

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesNew paper on subduction initiation

Can subduction be initiated at a transform fault? The short answer is probably not. The not so short answers are below and in the linked paper.   Initiation of Subduction Along Oceanic Transform Faults: Insights From Three-Dimensional Analog Modeling Experiments […]

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Fabrics of Climate ChangeCook Island – Part II

Aren’t these images spectacular?  If you are an undergraduate student and these images of Silvia’s research in the Cooks Islands keep watch! Silvia will be running a field trip in 2019 to the Cook Islands. Cook Islands – Part I […]

Fabrics of Climate ChangeCook Islands – Part I

For a couple of weeks during October, Silvia Frisia, Andrea Borsato and PhD candidate Mohammad Ali Faraji traveled to The Cook Islands. Just take a look at some of the beautiful places they went to during this research trip below. […]

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