Liam Courtney-Davies

School of Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences


Combining geochronology, minor to trace element geochemistry and mineralogy at micron-to-atomic scales of observation, to investigate the evolution of Earth’s crust, with particular interest in:
• Characterisation of mineral geochronometers down to the nanoscale and their roles as pathfinders to economic mineralization
• Geochronology: defining high-precision timescales of magmatic-hydrothermal ore deposits
• Synthesis and characterization of U-Pb reference materials for in-situ geochronology
• Analytical method development, principally for ID-TIMS, SIMS and LA-ICP-MS dating of iron oxides

Combining geochronology, minor to trace element geochemistry and mineralogy at micron-to-atomic scales of observation, to investigate the evolution of Earth’s crust, with particular interest in:

  • Characterisation of mineral geochronometers down to the nanoscale and their roles as pathfinders to economic mineralization   
  • Geochronology: defining high-precision timescales of magmatic-hydrothermal ore deposits
  • Synthesis and characterization of U-Pb reference materials for in-situ geochronology
  • Analytical method development, principally for ID-TIMS, SIMS and LA-ICP-MS dating of iron oxides
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  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    University of Adelaide Australia PhD
    Royal Holloway University of London United Kingdom MSci

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