Chris Jackson presented two talks at the Reducing Subsurface Uncertainty & Risk through Field-based Studies conference which was held at the Geological Society of London (4th-6th March 2014). His first talk (which was co-authored by ex-PhD student Matthew Lewis) focused on the role that fault-propagation folds play in controlling sediment dispersal during rift initiation and the resultant stratal architecture of early syn-rift deposits. His second talk highlighted the role of outcrop analogues in understanding sediment routing above MTC-related seabed relief.
Craig Magee and Chris Jackson visited Royal Holloway to present and discuss their research related to the emplacement of igneous intrusions in sedimentary basins.
Well done all! See below the break for abstracts from the Reducing Subsurface Uncertainty & Risk through Field-based Studies conference.
|Jackson et al. Reducing uncertainty and risk (Geol Soc 2014)|
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