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Alex Liu

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Dr. Alex Liu

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Homepage: http://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/~alexl/profile.html  

Area of Study: Palaeobiology

Alex was a Ph.D. student at the University of Oxford.  His research aims to uncover some of the fundamental seafloor processes associated with the evolution of complex animal life. 

Michael Garton

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Dr. Michael Garton

Supervisor: Dr. Duncan McIlroy

Ph.D. Thesis Title: Ichnology of the Eriboll Sandstone, NW Scotland.

Michael is a highly experienced geologist with a passion for the ichnology and stratigraphy of the Eriboll Sandstone (Pipe Rock) of the NW highlands of Scotland.

Jack Matthews

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Jack Matthews
M.Sc., 
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Ph.D. thesis title: 
Supervisor: Dr. Duncan McIlroy

Jack is a geology Ph.D student at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Hes Ph.D. research is focused on:

Małgorzata Bednarz

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Dr. Małgorzata Bednarz
M.Sc., Jagiellonian University, Poland
E-mail: m.bednarz @ mun.ca

Ph.D. thesis title: 3D ichnofabrics in shale gas reservoirs.
Supervisor: Dr. Duncan McIlroy

 

 

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Małgorzata was a geology Ph.D student at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Her Ph.D. research is focused on 3-dimensional ichnofabric analysis as a tool for assessing the role of bioturbation on the porosity, permeability and fracture-susceptibility in shale gas reservoirs.