Univ DPhil student Will Hutchinson has been recognised by the GeoPRISMS AGU student awards.
Congratulations to Univ DPhil student Will Hutchinson (2011, Geology) who has been recognised by the GeoPRISMS AGU student awards for his presentation “Integrating remote sensing, field studies and CO2 surveys to unravel structural controls on fluid pathways at a young rift volcano” (coauthored by David M. Pyle, Univ Fellow Professor Tamsin A. Mather, Juliet Biggs and Gezahegn Yirgu).
The judges commented: “Excellent talk, relaxed but effective communication” “Excellent presentation […] William had engaging slides and expressed his results clearly and convincingly” “Speaker provided a good conceptual introduction and moved through all the results with good attention to detail”. Read more…
The GeoPRISMS Prize accepts international entries from any student who can establish a topical link between their research and a stated aim of a GeoPRISMS Programme Initiative. GeoPRISMS (Geodynamic Processes at Rifting and Subducting Margins) is a community effort that studies the origin and evolution of continental margins.
Find out more about Will’s studies of the Main Ethiopian Rift volcanoes with Univ Fellow Professor Tamsin Mather in the Winter 2014 issue of The Martlet.
Published: 26 February 2015
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