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Marios

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Qualifications

BSc(Hons) ARSM PhD
(London, Imperial) (Wales, Cardiff)
BA PGCE CSci
(Open UWIC Science Council)
GradDip(MathsEd) (Open)

CertContSci CertHE (Open)
CertAst (Open & Manchester)
FAETC (City & Guilds)

CPD MSc credits in:
Simple Groundwater Modelling
(Newcastle)
NTFP Forestry (Bangor)
Critical Issues in the Environment
(Derby)

Language skills:
Reading Classical Greek (Open)
NT Greek (London, Heythrop)
NT Greek (Chester)

About

University Lecturer for 15 years in The University of South Wales

Researcher in the geological evolution of South Wales

Experience

research with petroleum companies
modelling of structural and
coal geology
field practise in geology and geophysics
teaching experience in FE computer literacy, basic skills and HE geology
knowledge of mathematical methods in geology

Responsibilities

Lecturer & Module Leader in Structural Geology and Geophysical Methods
Lecturer in Biostratigraphy and Palaeontology

Publications

technical papers on structural geology and seismic interpretation, Devon, Bristol Channel
& South Wales
geophysics and hydrogeology,
Vale of Glamorgan & SW Dyfed UK
fault geometry & kinematics, Wessex & Bristol Channel basins
structure and seismology of the Ionian zone, NW Greece

Memberships

MIMMM FHEA MIMA
Member, International Association for Mathematical Geosciences
Member, Palaeontological Association
Associate, Linnean Society

Consultancy

geophysical studies of
freshwater wells
seismic mapping
striation analysis

Research

Seismic interpretation, histories of faults, measurement of rock fractures, environmental
geophysical studies
Palaeontology of the Triassic – Jurassic boundary

Areas of Expertise

Field Mapping supervision: (coast of South Wales Somerset Devon Cornwall)(South Wales coalfield)(Donegal Eire)(Cantabrian mountains NW Spain)(Isle of Raasay Hebrides Scotland)(Dorset England)(Malvern Hills & Ludlow Welsh Borderlands) 2003-2016
Tectonic evolution of the Bristol Channel borderlands
fault inversion histories, Variscan geology, regional stratigraphy and structure
(Shell UK studentship) 1993
Imperial College Governor’s Prize in Practical Geology 1988

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