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Widening participation: Lessons from the Equator Research School (2022)
Newspaper / Magazine
Raji, M., Williams, R., & Dowey, N. (2022). Widening participation: Lessons from the Equator Research School

Opener: Access to geoscience research is not equitable. Munira Raji, Rebecca Williams and Natasha Dowey discuss the Equator Research School, which set out to increase access and participation in doctoral study and beyond for ethnic minority students... Read More about Widening participation: Lessons from the Equator Research School.

Mid-crustal reactivation processes linked to frictional melting and deep void development during seismogenic slip: examples from the Lewisian Complex, NW Scotland (2022)
Journal Article
Hardman, K., Holdsworth, R. E., Scott, L., Dempsey, E., & McCaffrey, K. J. W. (in press). Mid-crustal reactivation processes linked to frictional melting and deep void development during seismogenic slip: examples from the Lewisian Complex, NW Scotland. Journal of the Geological Society, https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2022-037

Exhumed examples of ancient fault voids formed during seismic slip at depths > 10 km are well preserved in the Assynt Terrane of the Lewisian Complex, NW Scotland. They are interpreted to have formed during regional Mesoproterozoic (ca 1.55 Ga; ‘Assy... Read More about Mid-crustal reactivation processes linked to frictional melting and deep void development during seismogenic slip: examples from the Lewisian Complex, NW Scotland.

Caledonian hot zone magmatism in the ‘Newer Granites’: insight from the Cluanie and Clunes plutons, Northern Scottish Highlands (2022)
Journal Article
Milne, E. J., Neill, I., Bird, A. F., Millar, I. L., McDonald, I., Dempsey, E. D., …Waters, E. C. (2023). Caledonian hot zone magmatism in the ‘Newer Granites’: insight from the Cluanie and Clunes plutons, Northern Scottish Highlands. Journal of the Geological Society, 180(2), Article jgs2022-076. https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2022-076

Scottish ‘Newer Granites’ record the evolution of the Caledonides resulting from Iapetus subduction and slab breakoff during the Silurian–Devonian Scandian Orogeny, but relationships between geodynamics, petrogenesis and emplacement are incomplete. L... Read More about Caledonian hot zone magmatism in the ‘Newer Granites’: insight from the Cluanie and Clunes plutons, Northern Scottish Highlands.

Rapid marine oxygen variability: Driver of the Late Ordovician mass extinction (2022)
Journal Article
Kozik, N. P., Young, S. A., Newby, S. M., Liu, M., Chen, D., Hammarlund, E., Bond, D. P., Them, T. R., & Owens, J. D. (2022). Rapid marine oxygen variability: Driver of the Late Ordovician mass extinction. Science Advances, 8(46), eabn8345. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.abn8345

The timing and connections between global cooling, marine redox conditions, and biotic turnover are underconstrained for the Late Ordovician. The second most severe mass extinction occurred at the end of the Ordovician period, resulting in ~85% loss... Read More about Rapid marine oxygen variability: Driver of the Late Ordovician mass extinction.

Dynamic ocean redox conditions during the end-Triassic mass extinction: Evidence from pyrite framboids (2022)
Journal Article
Li, J., Song, H., Tian, L., Bond, D. P., Song, H., Du, Y., Zhang, C., Chu, D., Wignall, P. B., & Tong, J. (2022). Dynamic ocean redox conditions during the end-Triassic mass extinction: Evidence from pyrite framboids. Global and planetary change, 218, Article 103981. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2022.103981

The end-Triassic (∼201 Mya) records one of the five largest mass extinction events of the Phanerozoic. Extinction losses were coincident with large igneous province volcanism in the form of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) and major carb... Read More about Dynamic ocean redox conditions during the end-Triassic mass extinction: Evidence from pyrite framboids.

Prioritised Coastal Legacy Waste Dataset (England and Wales) (2022)
Data
Riley, A., Amezaga, J., Burke, I., Byrne, P., Cooper, N., Crane, R., …Jarvis, A. (2022). Prioritised Coastal Legacy Waste Dataset (England and Wales). [Dataset]

Supporting data for: Riley et al., 2022. Incorporating conceptual site models into national-scale environmental risk assessments for legacy waste in the coastal zone. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 10:1045482. CSV dataset of legacy landfill... Read More about Prioritised Coastal Legacy Waste Dataset (England and Wales).

Two deep marine oxygenation events during the Permian-Triassic boundary interval in South China: relationship with ocean circulation and marine primary productivity (2022)
Journal Article
Ge, Y., & Bond, D. P. (2022). Two deep marine oxygenation events during the Permian-Triassic boundary interval in South China: relationship with ocean circulation and marine primary productivity. Earth-Science Reviews, 234, Article 104220. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2022.104220

Marine redox conditions through the Permian-Triassic (P-T) boundary interval have been intensively studied in South China with different redox proxies and from different sections. However, the resultant interpretations are inconsistent and sometimes... Read More about Two deep marine oxygenation events during the Permian-Triassic boundary interval in South China: relationship with ocean circulation and marine primary productivity.

Characterisation of reverse grading in ignimbrites through image analysis and experimental granular currents (2022)
Thesis
Johnson, M. (2022). Characterisation of reverse grading in ignimbrites through image analysis and experimental granular currents. (Thesis). University of Hull. https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4320614

Pyroclastic density currents (PDCs) are hot, density-driven fast-moving flows of gas, rock and ash produced by volcanic events such as explosive eruptions, the fallback of eruption columns or the collapse of lava domes. They are deadly geological haz... Read More about Characterisation of reverse grading in ignimbrites through image analysis and experimental granular currents.

Simultaneous fall and flow during pyroclastic eruptions: A novel proximal hybrid facies (2022)
Journal Article
Dowey, N., & Williams, R. (2022). Simultaneous fall and flow during pyroclastic eruptions: A novel proximal hybrid facies. Geology, 50(10), 1187-1191. https://doi.org/10.1130/G50169.1

The deposits of Plinian and subplinian eruptions provide critical insights into past volcanic events and inform numerical models that aim to mitigate against future hazards. However, pyroclastic deposits are often considered from either a fallout or... Read More about Simultaneous fall and flow during pyroclastic eruptions: A novel proximal hybrid facies.

Geology Uprooted! Decolonising the Curriculum for Geologists (2022)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. L., Dowey, N., Lau, L., Sheikh, H., & Williams, R. (2022). Geology Uprooted! Decolonising the Curriculum for Geologists. Geoscience Communication, 5(3), 189–204. https://doi.org/10.5194/gc-2021-35

Geology is colonial. It has a colonial past and a colonial present. Most of the knowledge that we accept as the modern discipline of geology was founded during the height of the post-1700 European empire's colonial expansion. Knowledge is not neutral... Read More about Geology Uprooted! Decolonising the Curriculum for Geologists.