Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology (SGTSG)

SGTSG website: http://www.sgtsg.org

Upcoming Meetings & Activities
18-23 November 2019 - Biennial Meeting of the SGTSG and SGSEG: Convergence on the Coast

Location: Port Lincoln, SA
Details: 
SGTSG and SGSEG are joining forces to bring together the research community in structural geology, tectonics and solid earth geophysics within Australia and internationally to discuss the latest research and developments in these fields. We plan to maintain the relaxed, informal atmosphere of previous SGTSG conferences, and strongly encourage student attendance and presentations. The conference will include a mid-conference field trip to see the spectacular local geology as well as other events. We hope that the conference will provide a nurturing networking experience for all attendees.
Website: 
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Previous Meetings & Activities

8-12 November 2017, Denmark, Western Australia
The conference bought together the research community in structural geology and tectonics within Australia and internationally to discuss the latest research and developments in these fields. The conference included a mid-conference field trip to see spectacular local geology.

22-27 November 2015, Caloundra, Queensland
Riding the Wave: A conference to showcase current research and ideas in Structural Geology and Tectonics

Committee
Chair: Rian Dutch
(Geological Survey of South Australia)

E: rian.dutch@sa.gov.au

Deputy Chair: Tom Raimondo
(University of South Australia)
E: tom.raimondo@unisa.edu.au

Secretary:  Tania Wilson 
(Geological Survey of South Australia)
E: tania.wilson@sa.gov.au

Treasurer: Kiara Alessio
(University of Adelaide)
E: 
kiara.alessio@adelaide.edu.au

Committee

Stijn Glorie
(University of Adelaide)

Simon Holford
(University of Adelaide)

Tom Wise
(Geological Survey of South Australia)

Stacey Curtis
(Geological Survey of South Australia)

Mark Pawley
(Geological Survey of South Australia)

Renee Tamblyn
(University of Adelaide)

Laura Morrissey
(University of South Australia)

Martin Hand
(University of Adelaide)