July WOMEESA seminar: Teagan Blaikie, CSIRO

Please join us on 7 July at 2pm (AEST - Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne time) for the July WOMEESA virtual seminar. Seminars are hosted on zoom, details below.

WOMEESA virtual seminar

Wednesday 7 July, 2pm AEST (Melbourne time)
Dr. Teagan Blaikie

**"** **Aeromagnetic interpretation of the Tanami Region and northwest Aileron Province**__*"*__

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Biography: Teagan Blaikie is a research scientist in geology and geophysics and is the Team Leader for Basins at CSIRO. Her research focuses on integrating geophysical and geological data for mapping under cover, and structural and tectonic analysis. Research outputs are achieved through qualitative interpretation of geophysical data to generate structural and geological maps, and applying geologically constrained forward and inverse modelling of gravity and magnetic data to model crustal architecture. Geophysical interpretations are strongly integrated with multidisciplinary research undertaken across CSIRO, and have been used to guide numerical simulations for fluid flow and deformation modelling. Her recent work has focused extensively on Proterozoic basin systems in northern Australia, and she is currently working on a range of regional scale interpretation and modelling projects in collaboration with the state geological surveys.

About the WOMEESA seminar series: On the first Wednesday of each month a WOMEESA member presents a seminar about their career or research. Our seminar series aims to increase the visibility of women in science and provide inspiring role models. Seminars are free and open to everyone including non-members and all genders. We are also compiling existing seminars by women in earth and environmental sciences on our website, you can check them out here: https://www.womeesa.net/seminarseries