INVITED PRESENTATIONS (since 1998)

2002

RSMAS, University of Miami, The erosional response to Monsoonal strengthening recorded in the Asian Marginal Seas.

American Museum of Natural History, Temporal evolution of western Pacific active margins traced through the volcaniclastic record.

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, The erosional response to Monsoonal strengthening recorded in the Asian Marginal Seas.

Southampton Oceanography Centre, The erosional response to Monsoonal strengthening recorded in the Asian Marginal Seas.

British Antarctic Survey, Quantifying subduction erosion in modern active margins: evidence from Tonga and Peru

Trinity College, Dublin, Magmatism during arc-continent collision in Taiwan and South Mayo: implications for the origin of the continental crust.

Oxford University, The erosional response to Monsoonal strengthening recorded in the Asian Marginal Seas.

Imperial College, University of London, The erosional response to Monsoonal strengthening recorded in the Asian Marginal Seas.

Southampton Oceanography Centre, Magmatism during arc-continent collision in Taiwan and South Mayo: implications for the origin of the continental crust.
 
 

2001

Boston College, Tectonics of arc-continent collision in the growth of the continental crust, example from Connemara, Ireland.

Northwestern University, Climate-tectonic coupling and the erosional response to the South Asian monsoon.

University of Texas, Institute for Geophysics, The history of the Indus River in the context of India-Asia collision.
 
 

2000

Caltech. Paleogene evolution of the Indus Fan and erosion of the western Himalaya and Karakoram.

Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Paleogene evolution of the Indus Fan and erosion of the western Himalaya and Karakoram, and Evolving slab flux in the Tonga/Kermadec Arc system and its influence on petrogenesis.

University of Texas, Institute for Geophysics, The nature of strain accommodation during continental break-up in the South China Sea
 
 

1999

Harvard University. Timing of India Asia collision and the erosional record of the Indus Molasse.

MIT. Reconstructing Early Cenozoic erosion in the Himalayas from the detrital record.

Curtin University, Perth, Australia. Ion probe applications to sedimentary provenance problems.

University of Hong Kong. Rift tectonics of the South China Sea.
 
 

1998

University of Rhode Island. Volcanic arc evolution in the Eastern Mediterranean traced through the marine tephra record.

Symposium on the Marine Sciences of the Yellow Sea, Qingdao, China. Rift tectonics of the South China Sea.

Oxford University. Rift tectonics of the South China Sea.

Southampton Oceanography Centre. Rift tectonics of the South China Sea.