Projects

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Structural development of the central Kyrenia Range (N Cyprus) in its regional setting in the E Mediterranean region
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International Journal of Earth Sciences, in press, p.1-21. Tim was awarded a Darius Programme Grant in 2014 to study the Mesozoic-Cenozoic geological development of the Kyrenia (Girne) Range, N Cyprus. This study built on work recently undertaken at the University … Read More

The south Cycladic detachment system revisited: the tectonostratigraphic evolution of Keros
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Forthcoming In this study of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic geology of the island of Keros, Greek Cyclades, an attempt was made to reconstruct the tectonostratigraphic evolution of the island, through (i) formally defining the lithostratigraphic units exposed there and, correlating these with … Read More

Lumbini, UNESCO World Heritage Site: Reinvestigating the Birthplace of the Buddha
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Antiquity, 87, p. 1104-1123. Tim’s contribution to this project involved the construction of the cultural and natural sediment chronologies at the Lumbini UNESCO World Heritage Temple Site, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, and at Tilaurokot, the childhood home of the … Read More

The late Mesoproterozoic–early Neoproterozoic tectonostratigraphic evolution of NW Scotland: the Torridonian revisited
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This work was undertaken whilst Tim was an undergraduate of the University of St Andrews, and subsequently, whilst he was employed as laboratory technician on the Carnegie Trust Project ‘Geochronology and geodynamics of Scottish granitoids from the late Neoproterozoic break-up … Read More

Feldspar SARA IRSL dating of very low dose rate aeolian sediments from Sandwick South, Unst, Shetland
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Tim’s contribution to this project involved the construction of the sediment chronologies for the sand sequences associated with the Norse Settlement site at Sandwich South, Unst (Sheltland Isles), which record accumulations of blown-sand, potentially linked to climatic instability. These young … Read More

The characteristics of the Base-Basalt unconformity in the Gåseland/Milne Land region of East Greenland
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This work was undertaken whilst Tim was employed at CASP, as part of the Greenland-Norway Project 2009-2011. This work has shown beyond reasonable doubt that much of East Greenland was a high elevated plateau over an extensive area, and provided … Read More