Have you ever been asked, maybe by your inquisitive child, “Why do we get high and low tides”, and you haven’t been quite sure of the answer? If so, then the April issue (Issue 189, pg 81) of Total Girl […]
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 […]
In February 2018, Dr Hannah Power and 13 undergraduate students travelled to Pacific Palms for a seven-day, six-night intensive fieldwork course as a component of GEOS3220 Coastal Environments and Processes. Staff and students stayed at Pacific Palms Caravan Park, a […]
Source: http://oceanfit.com.au/figure-eight-pools-royal-national-park/ Wave Processes and Overwash Hazard on a High-Energy Rock Platform On one form of social media or another, you’ve probably seen images of the spectacular Figure Eight Pools rock platform in the Royal National Park. You may have also […]
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 […]
Students are invited to attend the UoN Careers & Employment Expo on the 20th of March, 2018. See the flyer below for information regarding the event at our main campuses.
Our Dr Paul Hodge and Dr Faith Curtis have put together an important report entitled ‘Nurturing Strengths, Challenging Myths: People seeking asylum and the role of support and advocacy organisations‘. It focusses on stories of practitioners in advocacy and support […]
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 […]