Indo-Australian Plate Active Tectonics Program
Grant number: DP140104056 | Funding period: 2014 - 2017
The Indo-Australian Plate Active Tectonics Program investigates fundamental questions in geodynamics using the unique record of landscape evolution in Australia. In this project the origin of iconic landscapes such as the Lake Eyre Basin and the Flinders Ranges will be addressed to explore the nature of the couplings between surface deformation and flow in the upper mantle, and between surface processes and tectonic activity.
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