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Associate Professor Rosalind King

Rosalind King
Associate Professor
School of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Sciences

My main research interests include Structural Geology, Tectonics and Petroleum Geomechanics.

I am involved un a large investigation studying deepwater fold-thrust belts, in particular the impact of the detachment lithology, thickness and strength on structural style. I am also working on natural fracture systems and deformation bands and how they influence fluid flow in the subsurfacewith respect tot he present-day stress but also throughout their evolution since initiaition.

My previous work at the Australian School of Petroleum has been on two ARC funded projects. The first project I worked on during 2005-2008 "Present-day Stress and Neotectonics of an Active Collisional Margin - NW Borneo". The project integrated petroleum geomechanics and structural geology to understand the evolution of the NW Borneo active margin as well as the significant petroleum systems; in the Baram Delta and offshore from Sarawak and Sabah. The second project I worked on during 2008-2010 "Present-day Stress and Tectonics of Delta to Deepwater Fold-Thrust Belt Systems (DDFTBs)". Petroleum geomechanics, structural geology and analogue and numerical modelling were employed in this project to understand the concept of critical-taper wedge theory in DDFTBs, including the geometry and mechanics of evolution of these systems. We studied a number of delta systems worldwide; including the Baram, Gulf of Mexico, Mahakam, Niger and Nile delta systems, as well as the White Pointer and Hammerhead deltas in the Ceduna Basin. My other research interests include:

Fold Mechanics; Control of Detachment Type/Lithology/Thickness on Structural Style; Deformation Styles in Fold-Thrust Belts; Salt Tectonics; Source to Sink, and; Structurally controlled Sedimentation, Present-day Stress, Fault and Fracture Evolution, Deformation Bands, Fluid Flow in the Subsurface.

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Associate Professor Rosalind King

My main research interests include Structural Geology, Tectonics and Petroleum Geomechanics.

I am involved un a large investigation studying deepwater fold-thrust belts, in particular the impact of the detachment lithology, thickness and strength on structural style. I am also working on natural fracture systems and deformation bands and how they influence fluid flow in the subsurfacewith respect tot he present-day stress but also throughout their evolution since initiaition.

My previous work at the Australian School of Petroleum has been on two ARC funded projects. The first project I worked on during 2005-2008 "Present-day Stress and Neotectonics of an Active Collisional Margin - NW Borneo". The project integrated petroleum geomechanics and structural geology to understand the evolution of the NW Borneo active margin as well as the significant petroleum systems; in the Baram Delta and offshore from Sarawak and Sabah. The second project I worked on during 2008-2010 "Present-day Stress and Tectonics of Delta to Deepwater Fold-Thrust Belt Systems (DDFTBs)". Petroleum geomechanics, structural geology and analogue and numerical modelling were employed in this project to understand the concept of critical-taper wedge theory in DDFTBs, including the geometry and mechanics of evolution of these systems. We studied a number of delta systems worldwide; including the Baram, Gulf of Mexico, Mahakam, Niger and Nile delta systems, as well as the White Pointer and Hammerhead deltas in the Ceduna Basin. My other research interests include:

Fold Mechanics; Control of Detachment Type/Lithology/Thickness on Structural Style; Deformation Styles in Fold-Thrust Belts; Salt Tectonics; Source to Sink, and; Structurally controlled Sedimentation, Present-day Stress, Fault and Fracture Evolution, Deformation Bands, Fluid Flow in the Subsurface.

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD — email supervisor to discuss availability.

My main research interests include Structural Geology, Tectonics and Petroleum Geomechanics.

I am involved un a large investigation studying deepwater fold-thrust belts, in particular the impact of the detachment lithology, thickness and strength on structural style. I am also working on natural fracture systems and deformation bands and how they influence fluid flow in the subsurfacewith respect tot he present-day stress but also throughout their evolution since initiaition.

My previous work at the Australian School of Petroleum has been on two ARC funded projects. The first project I worked on during 2005-2008 "Present-day Stress and Neotectonics of an Active Collisional Margin - NW Borneo". The project integrated petroleum geomechanics and structural geology to understand the evolution of the NW Borneo active margin as well as the significant petroleum systems; in the Baram Delta and offshore from Sarawak and Sabah. The second project I worked on during 2008-2010 "Present-day Stress and Tectonics of Delta to Deepwater Fold-Thrust Belt Systems (DDFTBs)". Petroleum geomechanics, structural geology and analogue and numerical modelling were employed in this project to understand the concept of critical-taper wedge theory in DDFTBs, including the geometry and mechanics of evolution of these systems. We studied a number of delta systems worldwide; including the Baram, Gulf of Mexico, Mahakam, Niger and Nile delta systems, as well as the White Pointer and Hammerhead deltas in the Ceduna Basin. My other research interests include:

Fold Mechanics; Control of Detachment Type/Lithology/Thickness on Structural Style; Deformation Styles in Fold-Thrust Belts; Salt Tectonics; Source to Sink, and; Structurally controlled Sedimentation, Present-day Stress, Fault and Fracture Evolution, Deformation Bands, Fluid Flow in the Subsurface.

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2018 Associate Professor University of Adelaide
2013 - 2017 Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide
2010 - 2012 Lecturer University of Adelaide
2005 - 2010 Postdoctoral Researcher University of Adelaide

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
2001 - 2006 University of Liverpool United Kingdom PhD Science
1998 - 2001 University of Liverpool United Kingdom BSc (Hons) Geology

Journals

Year Citation
2018 Dew, R., King, R., Collins, A., Morley, C., Arboit, F., & Glorie, S. (2018). Stratigraphy of deformed Permian carbonate reefs in Saraburi Province, Thailand. Journal of the Geological Society, 175(1), 163-175.
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2018 Morley, C., von Hagke, C., Hansberry, R., Collins, A., Kanitpanyacharoen, W., & King, R. (2018). Review of major shale-dominated detachment and thrust characteristics in the diagenetic zone: Part II, rock mechanics and microscopic scale. Earth-Science Reviews, 176, 19-50.
DOI Scopus1
2018 Debenham, N., King, R., & Holford, S. (2018). The influence of a reverse-reactivated normal fault on natural fracture
geometries and relative chronologies at Castle Cove, Otway Basin. Journal of Structural Geology, 112, 112-130.

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2018 Robson, A., Holford, S., King, R., & Kulikowski, D. (2018). Structural evolution of horst and half-graben structures proximal to a transtensional fault system determined using 3D seismic data from the Shipwreck Trough, offshore Otway Basin, Australia. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 89(3), 615-634.
DOI Scopus1 WoS1
2017 Robson, A., King, R., & Holford, S. (2017). Structural evolution of a gravitationally detached normal fault array: analysis of 3D seismic data from the Ceduna Sub‐Basin, Great Australian Bight. Basin Research, 29(5), 605-624.
DOI Scopus8 WoS4
2017 King, R., & Morley, C. (2017). Wedge geometry and detachment strength in deepwater fold-thrust belts. Earth-Science Reviews, 165, 268-279.
DOI Scopus5 WoS5
2017 Rajabi, M., Tingay, M., King, R., & Heidbach, O. (2017). Present-day stress orientation in the Clarence-Moreton Basin of New South Wales, Australia: a new high density dataset reveals local stress rotations. Basin Research, 29(Suppl. 1), 622-640.
DOI Scopus14 WoS9
2017 Arboit, F., Amrouch, K., Morley, C., Collins, A., & King, R. (2017). Palaeostress magnitudes in the Khao Khwang fold-thrust belt, new insights into the tectonic evolution of the Indosinian orogeny in central Thailand. Tectonophysics, 710-711, 266-276.
DOI Scopus5 WoS5
2017 Robson, A., Holford, S., & King, R. (2017). Structural evolution of a normal fault array in the Gambier Embayment, offshore Otway Basin, South Australia: insights from 3D seismic data. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 64(5), 611-624.
DOI Scopus2 WoS2
2017 Hansberry, R., Zwingmann, H., Loehr, S., Collins, A., King, R., Morley, C., & Drysdale, R. (2017). Constraining the timing of shale detachment faulting: a geochemical approach. Lithosphere, 9(3), 431-440.
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2017 Morley, C., von Hagke, C., Hansberry, R., Collins, A., Kanitpanyacharoen, W., & King, R. (2017). Review of major shale-dominated detachment and thrust characteristics in the diagenetic zone: Part I, meso- and macro-scopic scale. Earth-Science Reviews, 173, 168-228.
DOI Scopus4 WoS2
2016 Robson, A. G., King, R. C., & Holford, S. P. (2016). 3D seismic analysis of gravity-driven and basement influenced normal fault growth in the deepwater Otway Basin, Australia. Journal of Structural Geology, 89, 74-87.
DOI Scopus5 WoS5
2016 Bailey, A., King, R., Holford, S., & Hand. (2016). Incompatible stress regimes from geological and geomechanical datasets: can they be reconciled? An example from the Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Tectonophysics, 683, 405-416.
DOI Scopus4 WoS4
2016 Arboit, F., Collins, A., Morley, C., Jourdan, F., King, R., Foden, J., & Amrouch, K. (2016). Geochronological and geochemical studies of mafic and intermediate dykes from the Khao Khwang Fold–Thrust Belt: implications for petrogenesis and tectonic evolution. Gondwana Research, 36, 124-141.
DOI Scopus5 WoS7
2016 bailey, A. H. E., king, R. C., Holford, S. P., & hand, M. (2016). Extending interpretations of natural fractures from the wellbore using 3D attributes: The Carnarvon Basin, Australia. Interpretation, 4(1), 1-23.
DOI WoS1
2015 Richards, L., King, R., Collins, A., Sayab, M., Khan, M., Haneef, M., . . . Warren, J. (2015). Macrostructures vs microstructures in evaporite detachments: an example from the Salt Range, Pakistan. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 113(2), 922-934.
DOI Scopus2 WoS2
2015 Hansberry, R., Collins, A., King, R., Morley, C., Gize, A., Warren, J., . . . Hall, P. (2015). Syn-deformation temperature and fossil fluid pathways along an exhumed detachment zone, khao khwang fold-thrust belt, Thailand. Tectonophysics, 655, 73-87.
DOI Scopus6 WoS6
2015 Bailey, A. H. E., King, R. C., Holford, S. P., Sage, J., Hand, M., & Backé, G. (2015). Defining structural permeability in Australian sedimentary basins. The APPEA Journal, 55, 119-147.
2014 Bailey, A., King, R., Holford, S., Sage, J., Backe, G., & Hand, M. (2014). Remote sensing of subsurface fractures in the Otway Basin, South Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 119(8), 6591-6612.
DOI Scopus9 WoS10
2014 Hansberry, R. L., King, R., Collins, A. S., & Morley, C. K. (2014). Complex structure of an upper-level shale detachment zone: Khao Khwang fold and thrust belt, Central Thailand. Journal of Structural Geology, 67(A), 140-153.
DOI Scopus8 WoS7
2014 Arboit, F., Collins, A., King, R., Morley, C., & Hansberry, R. (2014). Structure of the Sibumasu-Indochina collision, central Thailand: a section through the Khao Khwang Fold and thrust belt. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 95, 182-191.
DOI Scopus8 WoS7
2013 MaCdonald, J., Holford, S., Green, P., Duddy, I., King, R., & Backé, G. (2013). Erratum to Detrital zircon data reveal the origin of Australia's largest delta system (Journal of the Geological Society), 170, 1 (3-6)). Journal of the Geological Society, 170(2), 379.
DOI Scopus1
2013 Swierczek, E., Zhen-dong, C., Holford, S., Backe, G., King, R., & Mitchell, A. (2013). Quantifying fault reactivation risk in the western Gippsland basin using geomechanical modelling. APPEA Journal, 53, 255-272.
2013 MacDonald, J., Holford, S., Green, P., Duddy, I., King, R., & Backe, G. (2013). Detrital zircon data reveal the origin of Australia's largest delta system. Journal of the Geological Society, 170(1), 3-6.
DOI Scopus17 WoS18
2012 King, R., Holford, S., Hillis, R., Tuitt, A., Swierczek, E., Backe, G., . . . Tingay, M. (2012). Reassessing the in-situ stress regimes of Australia's petroleum basins. APPEA Journal, 415-426.
2012 Backe, G., Swierczek, E., MacDonald, J., Bailey, A., Tassone, D., Abul Khair, H., . . . King, R. (2012). Seismic attributes and structural interpretation - it takes two to tango. APPEA Journal, 2012, 437-454.
2012 Abul Khair, H., Backe, G., King, R., Holford, S., Tingay, M., Cooke, D., & Hand, M. (2012). Factors influencing fractures networks within permian shale intervals in the Cooper Basin, South Australia. APPEA Journal, 2012, 213-227.
2012 Bailey, A., King, R., & Backe, G. (2012). Integration of structural, stress, and seismic data to define secondary permeability networks through deep-cemented sediments in the Northern Perth Basin. Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) Journal, 52, 455-474.
2012 MacDonald, J., Backe, G., King, R., & Hillis, R. (2012). The Hammerhead delta-deepwater fold-thrust belt, Bight Basin, Australia: 2D Geomechanical and Kinematic Reconstructions. Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) Journal, 52.
2012 MacDonald, J., Backe, G., King, R., Holford, S., & Hillis, R. (2012). Geomechanical modelling of fault reactivation in the Ceduna Sub-basin, Bight Basin, Australia. Geological Society Special Publication, 367(1), 71-89.
DOI Scopus14
2011 Backe, G., Abul Khair, H., King, R., & Holford, S. (2011). Fracture mapping and modelling in shale-gas target in the Cooper basin, South Australia. APPEA Journal, 2011, 397-410.
2011 Morley, C., King, R., Tingay, M., Backe, G., & Hillis, R. (2011). Deepwater fold and thrust belt classification, tectonics, structure and hydrocarbon prospectivity: A review. Earth-Science Reviews, 104(1-3), 41-91.
DOI Scopus107 WoS98
2010 MacDonald, J., King, R., Hillis, R., & Backe, G. (2010). Structural style of the White Pointer and Hammerhead delta - deepwater fold-thrust belts, Bight Basin, Australia. APPEA Journal, 2010, 487-510.
2010 King, R., Tingay, M., Hillis, R., Morley, C., & Clark, J. (2010). Present-day stress orientations and tectonic provinces of the NW Borneo collisional margin. Journal of Geophysical Research, 115(10), 1-15.
DOI Scopus15 WoS9
2010 King, R., & Backe, G. (2010). A balanced 2D structural model of the Hammerhead Delta-Deepwater Fold-Thrust Belt, Bight Basin, Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 57(7), 1005-1012.
DOI Scopus12 WoS9
2010 King, R., Hillis, R., Tingay, M., & Damit, A. (2010). Present-day stresses in Brunei, NW Borneo: superposition of deltaic and active margin tectonics. Basin Research, 22(2), 236-247.
DOI Scopus15 WoS11
2010 Tingay, M., Morley, C., King, R., Hillis, R., Coblentz, D., & Hall, R. (2010). Present-day stress field of Southeast Asia. Tectonophysics, 482(1-4), 92-104.
DOI Scopus48 WoS41
2010 King, R., Backe, G., Morley, C., Hillis, R., & Tingay, M. (2010). Balancing deformation in NW Borneo: Quantifying plate-scale vs. gravitational tectonics in a delta and deepwater fold-thrust belt system. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 27(1), 238-246.
DOI Scopus40 WoS27
2010 King, R., Neubauer, M., Hillis, R., & Reynolds, S. (2010). Variation of vertical stress in the Carnarvon Basin, NW Shelf, Australia. Tectonophysics, 482(1-4), 73-81.
DOI Scopus6 WoS8
2009 King, R., Hillis, R., Tingay, M., & Morley, C. (2009). Present-day stress and neotectonic provinces of the Baram Delta and deep-water fold-thrust belt. Journal of the Geological Society, 166(Part 2), 197-200.
DOI Scopus30 WoS20
2009 Tingay, M., Hillis, R., Morley, C., King, R., Swarbrick, R., & Damit, A. (2009). Present-day stress and neotectonics of Brunei: Implications for petroleum exploration and production. AAPG Bulletin-American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 93(1), 75-100.
DOI Scopus56 WoS39
2009 Tingay, M., Morley, C., King, R., Hillis, R., & Coblentz, D. (2009). Southeast Asian stress map: Implications for petroleum exploration and production. First Break, 27(11), 81-88.
Scopus1
2008 Morley, C., Tingay, M., Hillis, R., & King, R. (2008). Relationship between structural style, overpressures, and modern stress, Baram Delta Province, northwest Borneo. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113(9), 09410-01-09410-23.
DOI Scopus31 WoS26
2008 King, R., Hillis, R., & Reynolds, S. (2008). In situ stresses and natural fractures in the Northern Perth Basin, Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 55(5), 685-701.
DOI Scopus18 WoS17

Book Chapters

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2017 Tassone, D., Holford, S., King, R., Tingay, M., & Hillis, R. (2017). Contemporary stress and neotectonics in the Otway Basin, southeastern Australia. In J. Tuner, D. Healy, R. Hillis, & M. Welch (Eds.), Proceedings of the Meeting on Geomechanics and Geology: The Geology of Geomechanics, as published in Geological Society Special Publications Vol. 458 (pp. 49-88). Bath, UK: The Geological Society.
DOI Scopus2
2015 H.E. Bailey, A., C. King, R., P. Holford, S., & M. Sage, J. (2015). Variation of natural fracture orientations in the Carnarvon Basin's Rankin Platform and Dampier Sub-Basin, NWS, Western Australia. In ASEG Extended Abstracts Vol. 2015 (pp. 1).
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2015 Robson, A., King, R., & Holford, S. (2015). 3D seismic analysis of fault growth and interaction within a gravitational detachment delta system in the Ceduna Sub-Basin, Great Australian Bight. In ASEG Extended Abstracts Vol. 2015 (pp. 1-4). Perth.
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2015 Rajabi, M., Tingay, M., Heidbach, O., & King, R. C. (2015). The role of faults and fractures in local and regional perturbation of present-day horizontal stresses - an example from the Clarence-Moreton Basin, eastern Australia. In Proceedings of the 77th EAGE Conference and Exhibition: Earth Science for Energy and Environment. Madrid, Spain: EAGE.
DOI Scopus1
2015 Rajabi, M., Tingay, M., King, R., & Cooke, D. (2015). The present-day stress field of Australia: New release of the Australian Stress Map. In ASEG Extended Abstracts Vol. 2015 (pp. 1-3). Perth, Australia.
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2013 Bailey, A., King, R., Holford, S., & Hand, M. (2013). Remote sensing of subsurface fractures in the Otway Basin, South Australia. In Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol, 15 (pp. 1 page). Online: European Geosciences Union.
2013 MacDonald, J., Holford, S., & King, R. (2013). Structure and prospectivity of the Ceduna Delta-deep-water fold-thrust belt systems, Bight Basin, Australia. In N. Rosen, P. Weimer, S. Coutes dos Anjos, & et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 32 Annual GCSSEPM: New Understanding of the Petroleum Systems of Continental Margins of the World (pp. 779-816). CD-Rom: GCSSEPM.
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2012 Abul Khair, H., Cooke, D., King, R., Hand, M., & Tingay, M. (2012). Preliminary workflow for subsurface fracture mapping using 3D seismic surveys: A case study from the Cooper Basin, South Australia. In Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Geothermal Resources Council Vol. 36 1 (pp. 339-349). CD: GRC.
Scopus1
2012 Abul Khair, H., Cooke, D., Backe, G., King, R., Hand, M., Tingay, M., & Holford, S. (2012). Subsurface mapping of natural fracture networks; A major challenge to be solved. Case study from the shale intervals in the Cooper Basin, South Australia. In Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering (pp. 1085-1092). USA: Stanford Geothermal Program.
2011 King, R., Abul Khair, H., Bailey, A., Backe, G., Holford, S., & Hand, M. (2011). Integration of In-Situ Stress Analysis and Three-Dimensional Seismic Mapping to Understand Fracture Networks in Australian Basins. In Proceedings of the Australian Geothermal Energy Conference 2011 (pp. 129-134). Melbourne.
2009 King, R., Hodgson, D., Flint, S., Potts, G., & Van Lente, B. (2009). Development of subaqueous fold belts as a control on the timing and distribution of deepwater sedimentation: an example from the southwest Karoo Basin, South Africa. In Proceedings of the SEPM-GSL Joint Research Conference (pp. 261-278). United States: SEPM.
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2007 Neubauer, M., Hillis, R., King, R., & Reynolds, S. (2007). The contemporary stress field of the offshore Carnarvon Basin, North West Shelf, Western Australia. In D. Stead (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1st Canada - US Rock Mechanics Symposium Vol. 1 (pp. 1-7). Canada: ARMA.
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Conference Items

Year Citation
2015 Rajabi, M., Tingay, M., Heidbach, O., & King, R. (2015). The pattern of in situ stress in onshore basins of New South Wales. Poster session presented at the meeting of Search and Discovery. Melbourne, Australia: AAPG/Datapages.
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2015 Rajabi, M., Tingay, M., Heidbach, O., King, R. C., & Cooke, D. (2015). The new release of the Australian stress map: controls on the stress pattern from the plate to field scale. Poster session presented at the meeting of Search and Discovery. Melbourne, Australia: AAPG Datapages.
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2015 Rajabi, M., Tingay, M., Heidbach, O., & King, R. (2015). The contemporary state of stress in Australia from regional to local scale. Poster session presented at the meeting of The Geology of Geomechanics. The Geological Society of London.
2015 Dew, R. E. C., King, R., Collins, A., Arboit, F., Morley, C. K., & Glorie, S. (2015). Stratigraphy of deformed Permian carbonate reefs in Saraburi Province of Thailand. Poster session presented at the meeting of The 4th International Symposium of the International Geosciences Programme (IGCP) Project 589 Abstract Volume. Bangkok, Thailand.
2012 Abul Khair, H., King, R., Hand, M., & Tingay, M. (2012). Preliminary workflow for subsurface fracture mapping using 3D seismic surveys: A case study from the Cooper Basin. Poster session presented at the meeting of Transactions of the Geothermal Resources Council.

Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2017 Co-Supervisor Improving the Accuracy of Geomechanical Predictions Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Matthew Mark Musolino
2017 Co-Supervisor Subsurface Fluid Flow in the North West Shelf Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Tayallen Velayatham
2016 Co-Supervisor Subsurface Fluid Flow through Fractures in Sedimentary Basins Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Natalie Debenham
2015 Principal Supervisor Structural Evolution of Deformation Bands Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Drew Christopher Lubiniecki
2015 Co-Supervisor Palaeogeography and Tectonic Evolution of Indochina Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Romana Elysium Carthew Dew

Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2018 - 2018 Principal Supervisor Neotectonic faults of the Paralana Escarpment and their influence on uranium-bearing fluid flow Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Mr Jonathan David Donauer Berthiaume
2014 - 2018 Principal Supervisor Normal fault growth analysis using 3D seismic datasets located along Australia’s southern margin Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Alexander George Robson
2013 - 2016 Co-Supervisor The Tectonic Evolution of Khao Khwang Fold-Thrust Belt, Central Thailand: new Insights into the Permian and Triassic Evolution of the Indosinian Orogeny in SE Asia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Francesco Arboit
2012 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Compressional Deformation and Exhumation in Sedimentary Basins at 'Passive' Continental Margins, with implications for Hydrocarbon Exploration and Development Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr David Tassone
2012 - 2016 Co-Supervisor Constraints on the timing and physical conditions of shale detachment faulting using natural examples Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Rowan Lawrence Hansberry
2012 - 2016 Co-Supervisor Structural Permeability in Australian Sedimentary Basins Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Adam Henry Edward Bailey
2012 - 2016 Co-Supervisor Present-Day Crustal Stress Pattern across Spatial Scales: Analysis and Interpretation from Plate-Wide to Local Scales Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Mojtaba Rajabi
2009 - 2013 Co-Supervisor Origin and Structure of the Ceduna Delta System, Offshore South Australia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Justin MacDonald
Position
Associate Professor
Phone
83135844
Fax
8313 4347
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Mawson Building, floor G
Room Number
G 38a
Org Unit
Earth Sciences

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