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Researcher: Mulder, J (Mr Jacob Mulder)

Fields of Research

Tectonics
Geochronology
Structural Geology
Sedimentology

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in the Earth Sciences
Mineral Resources (excl. Energy Resources)

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Correlating the Late Mesoproterozoic Unkar Group, Grand Canyon, Arizona with the upper Rocky Cape Group, western Tasmania: a sedimentary record of a southwest Laurentia-East Antarctica connection in Rodinia; 19th EGU General Assembly (EGU2017)
Depositional age and correlation of the Oonah Formation: refining the timing of Neoproterozoic basin formation in Tasmania; Australian Journal of Earth Sciences
Mesoproterozoic Tasmania: witness to the East Antarctica-Laurentia connection within Nuna; Geology
Mesoproterozoic Tasmania: witness to the East Antarctica-Laurentia connection within Nuna; Geology
Mesoproterozoic Tasmania: witness to the East Antarctica-Laurentia connection within Nuna; Riding the Wave: GSA Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology Conference
Rodinian devil in disguise: correlation of 1.25-1.10 Ga strata between Tasmania and Grand Canyon; Geology
Tasmania in Nuna: witness to a ~1.4 Ga East Antarctica-Laurentia connection; AGU 2015 Fall Meeting
The Mesoproterozoic sedimentary record of the long-term Australian/Antarctic, Laurentian connections; Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2016
The metamorphic sole of the western Tasmanian ophiolite: new insights into the Cambrian tectonic setting of the Gondwana Pacific margin; Gondwana Research
The metamorphic sole of the western Tasmanian ophiolite: new insights into the Cambrian tectonic setting of the Gondwana Pacific margin; Riding the Wave: GSA Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology Conference
The structure and metamorphism of the Red Point Metamorphic Complex - a newly discovered high-pressure metamorphic complex from the south coast of Tasmania; Australian Journal of Earth Sciences
The syn-orogenic sedimentary record of the Grenville Orogeny in southwest Laurentia; Precambrian Research

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision