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Professor Rob Strachan

Professor of Geology

  1. 2018
  2. Early online

    The nature and significance of the Faroe-Shetland Terrane: linking Archaean basement blocks across the North Atlantic

    R. E. Holdsworth, A. Morton, D. Frei, A. Gerdes, Professor Rob Strachan, E. Dempsey, C. Warren & A. Whitham, 6 Dec 2018, In : Precambrian Research.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  3. 2019
  4. Early online

    The Neoarchaean Uyea Gneiss Complex, Shetland: an onshore fragment of the Rae Craton on the European Plate

    P. D. Kinny, Professor Rob Strachan, Dr Mike Fowler, C. Clark, S. Davis, I. Jahn, R. J. M. Taylor, R. E. Holdsworth & E. Dempsey, 17 May 2019, In : Journal of the Geological Society. jgs2019-017.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  5. Early online
  6. Accepted for publication

    The tectonic pattern of Britain and Ireland

    Professor Rob Strachan & NH Woodcock, 13 Dec 2019, (Accepted for publication) Encyclopedia of Geology. Elsevier

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingEntry for encyclopedia/dictionary

  7. 2020
  8. Early online

    Neoarchean and Rhyacian TTG-Sanukitoid suites in the southern São Francisco Paleocontinent, Brazil: evidence for diachronous change towards modern tectonics

    Henrique Bruno, Vitalino Elizeu, Monica Heilbron, Claudio De Morisson Valeriano, Professor Rob Strachan, Dr Mike Fowler, Samuel Bersan, Hugo Moreira, Ivo Dussin, Luiz Guilherme Do Eirado Silva & 4 others, Miguel Tupinambá, Julio Almeida, Carla Neto & Professor Craig Storey, 14 Feb 2020, In : Geoscience Frontiers.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  9. Published

    Detrital rutile ages can deduce the tectonic setting of sedimentary basins

    Inês Pereira, Professor Craig Storey, Professor Rob Strachan, Telmo Bento Dos Santos & Dr James Darling, 1 May 2020, In : Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 537, 10 p., 116193.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  10. Early online

    Patterns of Silurian deformation and magmatism during sinistral oblique convergence, northern Scottish Caledonides

    Professor Rob Strachan, G. I. Alsop, J. Ramezani, R. E. Frazer, I. M. Burns & R. E. Holdsworth, 6 May 2020, In : Journal of the Geological Society. jgs2020-039.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  11. Accepted for publication

    A Baltic heritage in Scotland: basement terrane transfer during the Grenvillian orogeny

    Professor Rob Strachan, T. E. Johnson, C. L. Kirkland, P. D. Kinny & T. Kusky, 28 May 2020, (Accepted for publication) In : Geology.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  12. Early online

    Pannotia: In defence of its existence and geodynamic significance

    J. B. Murphy, R. D. Nance, P. A. Cawood, W. J. Collins, W. Dan, L. S. Doucet, P. J. Heron, Z.-X. Li, R. N. Mitchell, S. Pisarevsky & 5 others, P. K. Pufahl, C. Quesada, C. J. Spencer, Professor Rob Strachan & L. Wu, 15 Jul 2020, In : Geological Society Special Publications.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  13. Published

    Caledonian and pre-Caledonian orogenic events in Shetland, Scotland: evidence from garnet Lu-Hf and Sm-Nd geochronology

    S. Walker, A. F. Bird, M. F. Thirlwall & Professor Rob Strachan, 29 Jul 2020, In : Geological Society Special Publications. 503, p. SP503-2020-32

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  14. Early online

    Late Carboniferous dextral transpressional reactivation of the crustal-scale Walls Boundary Fault, Shetland: the role of pre-existing structures and lithological heterogeneities

    Timothy B. Armitage, Lee M. Watts, Robert E. Holdsworth & Professor Rob Strachan, 25 Sep 2020, In : Journal of the Geological Society. 40 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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