Posts for April 2015

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesModelling of sill inception, propagation and growth

We are pleased to inform about a publication from our research group. The paper is published in Earth And Planetary Science Letters and available online at A model of magma propagation in the crust is presented using a series […]

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  2. David Boutelier

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Tectonics and Earth ResourcesWelcome to TER

TER is the Tectonics and Earth Resources research group at the University of Newcastle. In broadest terms, our research examines the geological processes that form the physical environment in which we live. This research is achieved within the plate tectonic framework enabling the formation […]

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