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Dr

Brendan Duffy

Lecturer In Applied Active Geosciences
neotectonics; structure; geomorphology; seismic hazard; engineering
science & technology
physical sciences
geology
geosciences, multidisciplinary
geochemistry & geophysics
new-zealand
eastern indonesia
w 7.1 darfield
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Dr

Brendan Duffy

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Structural Development Of Mountain Belts And Implications For Seismic Hazard And Engineering Risk
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Dr

Brendan Duffy

 

Brendan Duffy (www.faultrock.com) is a Lecturer in Applied Geoscience in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne. He is a committed geoscience teacher and an active researcher who publishes articles that integrate structural geology, geophysics and geomorphology.

His interests range across subjects from the tectonics of Eastern Indonesia to the active tectonics, earthquake geology and engineering geology of the South Island of New Zealand. Much of Brendan’s research builds on his PhD studies in Timor-Leste, and earthquake interruptions to his research while living in Christchurch. Brendan was awarded his PhD in 2013. Since then he has taught at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, and spent some time working in industry, on projects ranging from gold exploration in Northern Queensland to water exploration in New Zealand. At The University of Melbourne, Brendan has taught undergraduate structural geology and geodynamics and is currently coordinating the professional Master of Geoscience programme.

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Lecturer In Applied Active Geosciences

Earth Sciences

Education


Geology

University of Canterbury

Geology

University of Canterbury