Oral History Videos
Established by Jeff Hedenquist and James Macdonald, this series aims to record life experiences of key figures in the field of economic geology. Please consider submitting your own video of an economic geologist of note for potential inclusion in this series. Go to guidelines for suggestions on preparing an Oral History Video interview.
Thesis Mapping in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Richard Sibson talks about recognizing and mapping the different components of the Outer Hebrides thrust zone, some with pseudotachylites arising from friction melting during seismic slip. The scarcity of this material around other major fault zones (e.g., the Moine Thrust) led him to postulate inhibition of melting by transitory increases in pore fluid pressure during seismic slip in fluid-saturated fault zones.
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