The SE Asia Research Group carries out field and laboratory based studies aimed at understanding the tectonic development and geological history of this exciting, active and beautiful region.
Our research activities range from MSc, MRes and PhD studies to major thematic programmes, all of which involve collaborations between UK and SE Asian universities, government institutions and professional organisations.
In the last decade our research has included projects investigating the Sorong Fault Zone in east Indonesia, the Sumatran Fault, arc development and tectonic evolution in Java, sediment provenance and isotopic dating in Borneo, Cenozoic exhumation in West and East Malaysia and studies of the Banda Arc collision zone.
The SE Asia Research Group is funded by industrial companies in three-year consortia. Our three year 2017-2019 consortium is supported by Eni.
If you are interested in joining the SE Asia Research Group for the 2020-2022 consortium contact Paula Miles-Mathewson@rhul.ac.uk
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Robert Hall has published an open access paper on ‘the subduction initiation stage of the Wilson cycle’ in the Geological Society Special Publication ‘Fifty Years of the Wilson Cycle Concept in Plate Tectonics’
The paper can be downloaded from the Geological Society HERE