The Dynamic Earth Group carries out research into geological and tectonic processes under four main themes:
We use a variety of geochemical and geophysical techniques to track the progress, rates and timescales of geological processes such as metamorphism, melting, crystallisation, fluid (magma and hydrous) flow and volcanic eruptions in the solid Earth.
Our research has implications for the generation of critical metal resources, geological hazard assessment and the evolution of Earth as a planet that supports life.
We use a variety of analytical techniques in different laboratories to carry out our research: Earth Science laboratories.
Dynamic Earth Research Group Point of Contact
We are looking for a Research Associate to work within the Floodplain Meadows Partnership team in EEES. The post is fixed-term and part-time.
New research published in the high-profile journal Science has explored the reproductive complexity of plants.