Mark McLean is a structural geophysicist who specialises in potential field interpretation and 3D modelling. He his currently the subject coordinator for Applied Geophysics (GEOL30005), and supervises postgraduate students interested in geophysics.
Since 2008, Mark has also worked at the Geological Survey of Victoria building 3D framework and rock property models in both mineral and basin systems. Mark has published scientific papers on geophysical modelling and interpretation in the Gawler Craton, East Antarctica and south east Australia.
Mark completed a Bachelor of Arts/Science degree at Monash University and the completed a Master of Science in 2003. He then moved to The University of Melbourne where he completed a PhD in 2008 which involved acquisition, interpretation and modelling of an airborne geophysical survey over the Lambert Rift region in East Antarctica.
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Characterising The Depth To Basement Using Hvsr Passive Seismic In The Murray Basin: Impli..
Redefined crustal structure of the Buchan Rift, northeast Victoria: evidence from potentia..
Crustal structure of the east Gondwana margin in southeast Australia revealed by transdime..
Gravity and magnetic modelling of crustal structure in central Victoria: what lies under t..
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Geophysics Lecturer And Basin Modeller
University of Melbourne
Masters in Geophysics
BACHELOR IN SCIENCE
Bachelor of Arts