About Me

About Me

I am currently employed as a postdoctoral research assistant in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford. I am part of the Earthquakes and Active Tectonics research group, working as part of COMET (Centre for Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics) to investigate active faults through Central Asia using a combination of field-based, seismological, and remote-sensing techniques....

Publications

Publications

Full list of my current publications, pre-prints, conference talks and other works

 

  • I take this opportunity to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which I have lived and worked. Sovereignty of these lands was never ceded and the forceful taking of these lands has caused, and continues to cause, significant trauma to Indigenous people. As an earth scientist, I acknowledge that the landscapes and outcrops I study are significant and often sacred to the traditional custodians, and that my study of these lands carries the weight of colonialism. 

    In particular, I acknowledge: the Jawoyn people, custodians of the land on which I was born and raised (Katherine, NT); the Wurundjeri people, custodians of the land on which I studied and worked (Narm/Melbourne); the Antakirinja, Yankunytjatjara, and Pitjantjatjara people (Western Desert and APY Lands), Warumungu people (Tennant Creek), and the Miriwoong and Gajirrabeng people (Kununurra / northern WA - NT), custodians of the land on which I have conducted geological field work. I also acknowledge the Noongar groups (south-west WA), custodians of the lands on which much of the data in my research was gathered.