Colin Wilkins
Profiles

Colin Wilkins

Lecturer in Economic Geology

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science & Engineering)

Role

Senior Lecturer in Economic Geology

First Year Tutor

( for MGeol, Geological Sciences, Applied Geology, Major / Minor Geology, Earth Sciences, Physical Geography and Geology)

Qualifications

Ph.D. 1991: The Structural history of the Cue district, Murchison Province, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia and the timing of mineralization at Big Bell Gold Mine.

James Cook University of North Queensland, Australia.

M.Sc. and D.I.C. - Mineral Exploration 1984 (by coursework and dissertation).

Dissertation: The link between metamorphic outgassing and the formation of mineral deposits

(Au and U deposits).

Royal School of Mines, Imperial College of Science and Technology,

University of London, U.K.

B.Sc. (Hons First Class) Geology 1982

Department of Geology, University of Hull, U.K.

Professional membership

Society of Economic Geologists.

Geological Society of Australia (Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology, Specialist Group in Economic Geology).

Geological Society of London (Mineral Deposit Studies Group).

The International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits (Working Group on Ores and Metamorphism).

The Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education,(ILTM).

Teaching interests

Economic Geology.

Geochemical and geophysical exploration methods.

Applied structural and metamorphic geology in the search for mineral deposits.

Mining and the Environment.

Mineral Economics.

Field geology and geological mapping.

Mineralogy.

Metamorphic geology

The First Year Student Experience

Research groups

  • Geodynamics and Palaeomagnetism