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Adjunct Professor David Gust

Science and Engineering Faculty,
Earth, Environmental and Biological Sciences,
Earth Systems

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Name
Adjunct Professor David Gust
Position(s)
Adjunct Professor
Science and Engineering Faculty,
Earth, Environmental and Biological Sciences,
Earth Systems
Discipline *
Geochemistry
Phone
+61 7 3138 2217
Email
Location
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Qualifications

PhD (Australian National University), MA (Rice University), BA (Lawrence University)

Keywords

Geochemistry - high-temperature, Igneous & experimental petrology, Mineralogy

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Research theme: Environment

Research discipline: Biogeoscience

Research program: Earth, water and climate systems

Areas of expertise

  • Mineralogy
  • Igneous and experimental petrology
  • Geochemistry: high-temperature.
This information has been contributed by Adjunct Professor David Gust.

Publications

  • Holcombe RJ, Stephens CJ, Fielding CJ, Gust D, Little TA, Sliwa R, Kassan J, McPhie J, Ewart A, (1997) Tectonic Evolution of the Northern New England Fold Belt: The Permian-Triassic Hunter-Bowen Event, Geological Society of Australia Special Production p52-65
  • Holcombe RJ, Stephens CJ, Fielding CR, Gust D, Little TA, Sliwa R, McPhie J, Ewart A, (1997) Tectonic Evolution of the Northern England Fold Belt: Carboniferous to Early Permian Transition from Active Accretion to Extension, Geological Society of Australia Special Publication p66-79
  • Gust D, Arculas RJ, Kersting AB, (1997) Aspects of Magma Sources and Processes in the Honshu Arc, The Canadian Mineralogist p347-365
  • Gust D, Arculus R, Kersting A, (1996) Mantle Provinciality of the Western Pacific - Evidence from Pb Isotopes, 13th Australian Geological Covention, Abstracts No. 41 Geoscience for the Community
  • Kersting A, Arculus R, Gust D, (1996) Lithosperic contributions to arc magmatism: isotope variations along strike in volcanoes of Honshu, Japan, Science p1464-1468
  • Stephens C, Holcombe R, Fielding CR, Gust D, (1996) Tectonic Evolution of the Eastern Gondwanaland Margin During the Late Palaezoic and Early Mesozoic, Mesozoic Geology of the Eastern Australian Plate Conference, Extended Abstracts No. 43
  • Gust D, Blevin P, Chappell B, Stephens C, (1996) Early Mesozoic Magnetism of the New England Orogen: Space, Time, and Compositional Relationship, Mesozoic Geology of the Eastern Australia Plate Conference, Extended Abstracts No. 43
  • Hutton L, Rienks I, Fanning C, Gust D, (1996) Proterozoic Basement to the Lolworth Ravenswood Province, North Queensland: Evidence from Radiogenic Isotope Systematics for the Reedy Springs, Lolworth and Ravenswood Batholiths, 13th Australian Geological Convention, Abstracts No. 41 Geoscience for the Community
  • Gust D, Arculus R, (1995) Regional Petrology of the San Francisco Volcanic Field, Arizona, USA., Journal of Petrology. p827-861

Supervision