CMT Energy Transition resources
Our School contributes to the UK Centre for Master’s Training in Energy Transition (CMT), a collaboration that promotes access to world-leading teaching resources from UK universities with strong track records in energy-related geoscience and engineering.
The CMT aims to share the resources and training needed by the next generation of geoscientists and engineers, who will face the pressing and interconnected challenges of mitigating emissions, delivering sustainable energy, maintaining access to natural resources, and protecting the environment.
Such challenges lie at the very heart of earth science and are addressed by our various undergraduate and postgraduate course offerings, which aim to prepare students for the unique and significant challenges currently faced by our society.
Reutilising Hydrothermal Vent Complexes for Focused Fluid Flow
Dr. Tiago Alves speaks about the reutilisation of hydrothermal vent systems on continental margins and their economic importance.
The Significance of Pressure and Slip Systems
Dr. Lucy Lu presents new results on tectonic creep regimes and the role they have in continental-lithosphere deformation.
Layering in Continental VS Oceanic Intrusions
Professor Wolfgang Mair presents new ideas about the Bushweld Complex in South Africa and associated ultramafic rocks.
A Proxy for the Prescence of Hydrocarbon Sources
Qiang Zhang speaks about listric faults and their significance as structural markers and source-rock indicators.
Metamorphic Controls on Brittle Fracturing in Ductile Sheer Zones Along the Subduction Interface
Dr. Chris Tulley speaks about exhumed and buried shear zones in subduction complexes, with emphasis on their geodynamic importance.
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