Posts for May 2016

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesPtygmatic folds

Ptygmatic folds (from πτύσσω, to buckle in ancient Greek) involve an irregularly folded, isolated “layer”, typically a quartzo-feldspathic vein in a much more ductile schistose or gneissic matrix. They occur in high-grade rocks, mostly migmatites as trains of rounded and […]

Melanie JamesReflective Communication Scrum Method for Public Relations

Recently Eighteen04, a business incubator for clean technology startups in Newcastle, agreed to participate in a research project with myself and University of Newcastle Communication Honours student, Samuel Rooke, from the School of Design, Communication and Information Technology. We are planning an action research […]

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