Speaker: Tom Mitchell (University College London)
Fault zones in the upper crust (<15 km) accommodate large-scale tectonic movements, and are the focal point of major earthquakes. During an earthquake, stored elastic strain
The Research School of Earth Sciences is delighted to invite you to the D.A. Brown Lecture and Medal Award to Dr.
Speaker: Stewart Fallon (RSES)
The Australian lungfish (Neoceratodus forsteri) is a protected species listed as vulnerable to extinction and yet has many knowledge gaps hampering sustainable manageme
Speaker: Mr Shayne Lakey (RSES)
The movement of water bound in the mineral chlorite from the earth’s surface to the mantle via subduction zones
Speaker: Mark Hoggard (University of Cambridge)
It was recognised in the 1930s that temporal evolution of mantle convection should cause transient vertical motions of Earth’s surface, known as dynamic topography.