Posts for March 2018

Earth SciencesAusIMM Student Meet Industry Night 23/03/18

The Annual AusIMM Students meet industry night will be held at the Newcastle Museum, March 23 @ 6pm. This is a great opportunity for you to meet and network with fellow students and industry professionals including potential future employers! The […]

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesBending orogens into oroclines

Structural geologists have long debated the tectonic significance of the sinuous map patterns of mountain belt trend lines. The term orocline was originally defined by Carey (1955) to denote map-view curves that developed by bending of an existing linear orogenic […]

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  1. Arthur Vachon

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  2. Eleanor

    Hi David, My daughter is also interested in finding fossils. We've been to the Swansea Head one, it's great. But we are not sure about the address in Mulbring. Could you please pass the address to us? Can the public access Mulbring? Thanks heaps in advance. Eleanor

  3. David Boutelier

    Mulbring quarry is easily accessible. https://goo.gl/09p9X1 Swansea, is the rock platform, so even easier at low tide. You can see fossilized tree trunks... Have fun with the boys

Tectonics and Earth ResourcesGEOS2080 – 2018 – Excursion to South Coast NSW

The semester has started with another excursion to the South Coast for GEOS2080 – Field Geology. Rain on day one at the Bombo Quarry and big swell at Bingie point on the last day. This year the tide was high […]

Recent Comments

  1. Arthur Vachon

    Great work! That is the kind of info that are meant to be shared around the net. Disgrace on search engines for not positioning this submit higher! Come on over and seek advice from my site . Thanks =) N/A

  2. Eleanor

    Hi David, My daughter is also interested in finding fossils. We've been to the Swansea Head one, it's great. But we are not sure about the address in Mulbring. Could you please pass the address to us? Can the public access Mulbring? Thanks heaps in advance. Eleanor

  3. David Boutelier

    Mulbring quarry is easily accessible. https://goo.gl/09p9X1 Swansea, is the rock platform, so even easier at low tide. You can see fossilized tree trunks... Have fun with the boys

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