Ronald Guthrie

Ronald Guthrie
University of Oxford | OX · Department of Earth Sciences

MGeol (Hons) in Earth Science

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Introduction
DPhil student at Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford. Currently working on redox of the Late Devonian.
Additional affiliations
March 2013 - June 2014
University of St Andrews
Position
  • Thesis researcher
Description
  • Using a quantitative study of micropalaeontology to research "The Stratigraphy and Palaeoenvironment of 'The Great Oolite Group' at Woodeaton Quarry, Oxford".
January 2012 - June 2014
University of St Andrews
Position
  • GeoBus volunteer
Description
  • I travelled with the GeoBus team throughout Scotland teaching schoolchildren about basic geological principles in a variety of workshops.
September 2011 - June 2014
University of St Andrews
Position
  • Laboratory Assistant
Description
  • I helped with crushing minerals for XRF and XRD analysis, running gas chromatography samples and creating 3D digital images of microfossils.
Education
September 2009 - June 2014
University of St Andrews
Field of study
  • Earth Sciences

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Publications (2)
Technical Report
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This expedition was the final expedition, of a set of three planned annual British Exploring Society expeditions to Namibia, in Damaraland in Northern Namibia. On this expedition the Young Explorers spent time in the Ugab River region and also undertook a 70 km expedition, by foot, to the Skeleton Coast. The Young Explorers came for either five wee...
Conference Paper
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Woodeaton Quarry, Oxfordshire, represents the most continuously exposed section of the Upper Bathonian “Great Oolite Group” in the United Kingdom. Like most of the British Bathonian, it is lacking in reliable ammonite zonation from which to define a chronostratigraphy. The sedimentology of the succession can be broken up into two broad facies types...

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