Dr Tim Raub

Lecturer in Earth Sciences

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My resource geology interests include using magnetic susceptibility, mineral magnetism, palaeomagnetism, and low-temperature thermochronology to elucidate ages and paragenetic sequences of ore deposits and thermochemical histories of alteration zones, and to ground-truth geophysical inversions as from airborne and ground electromagnetic surveys.  He has conducted academic research associated with unconformity-uranium, MVT-type, VMS, and orogenic Au-Ag-U deposits; with stratiform, supergene, and deep-sea nodular iron and manganese formations; and with modern and ancient soils and pisolitic bauxites.



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