Yale Paleomagnetic Lab Visitors

If you, or one of your students, would like to visit the Yale paleomagnetic laboratory for directional or rockmagnetic data acquisition for short durations, or as long as one year, please contact David Evans.

Short visits (less than 4 weeks at a time):

2020       Paul Myrow, Colorado College.  Topic: Reconnaissance paleomagnetism of Proterozoic-Paleozoic sedimentary rocks in East and Southeast Asia.

2015-19     Johanna Salminen, Univ. of Helsinki.  Topic: Paleomagnetism of Proterozoic rocks of the Congo craton in Angola and Namibia.

2018       Sarah Slotznick and Hervé Wabo.  Topic: Paleomagnetism of Paleoproterozoic mafic rocks in the eastern Kaapvaal craton, South Africa.

2017       Ashley Gumsley, Lund University, Sweden.  Topic: Paleomagnetism and U-Pb geochronology of mafic dykes in the Pilbara craton, Western Australia.

2016       Joshua Feinberg, Univ. of Minnesota.  Topic: Collaborations on Precambrian paleomagnetism and Holocene paleosecular variation (with the Yale Archeomagnetic Laboratory).

2015       Sergei Pisarevsky, Curtin University.  Topic: Paleomagnetism of Proterozoic rocks from Western Australia and East Antarctica.

2013       Lauri Pesonen and Toni Veikkolainen, University of Helsinki.  Topic: Developing the PaleoMagia database.

2011        Roman Veselovskiy, Inst. of Physics of the Earth, Russian Academy of Science.  Topic: Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of Siberian samples.

2011        Athena Eyster, Harvard University.  Topic: Paleomagnetic study of mid-Neoproterozoic volcanic rocks, northwest Canada.

2010        Richard Hanson, Texas Christian University.  Topic: Paleomagnetism of the Sinclair region, Kalahari craton, Namibia.

2007-10   Nick Swanson-Hysell, Princeton University.  Topic: Paleomagnetic studies of 1.1-Ga Mamainse Point volcanic rocks, mid-continent rift of Laurentia, and the Bitter Springs Formation in central Australia.

2007        Ethan Hyland, Carleton College.  Topic: Magnetostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transition in the Sgaglia Cinerea formation at Monte Cagnero, Italy.

Extended visits (1 month or longer):

2019-20   Chao Wang, Northwest Univ., Xi’an.  Topic: Tectonic assembly of China.

2018-19   Xianqing Jing, Capital Normal Univ., Beijing.  Topic: Paleomagnetism of South China’s Tonian interval.

2018        Brendan Murphy, St. Francis Xavier Univ.  Topic: Fulbright Fellowship on supercontinents.

2013-15   Bin Wen (as a student of Yongxiang Li), Nanjing University.  Topic: Stratigraphy, tectonics, and paleomagnetism of Neoproterozoic-Cambrian rocks in the Aksu-Wushi region, Tarim craton, western China.

2010        Zheng-Xiang Li, Curtin University.  Topic: Fulbright Fellowship on supercontinents.

2011-12   Haiyan Li, China University of Geosciences Beijing.  Topic: Paleomagnetic and rock-magnetic studies of Ediacaran-Paleozoic sedimentary rocks from South China.

2008        Vladimir Pavlov, Inst. of Physics of the Earth, Russian Academy of Science.  Topic: Paleomagnetism of Riphean and Cambrian sedimentary rocks of the Anabar Shield, Siberia.

2007-08   Edgard Catelani (student of Ricardo Trindade), Univ. São Paulo, Brazil.  Topic: Paleomagnetic and paleointensity studies of Proterozoic mafic dykes in coastal Bahia.

2006-07   Shihong Zhang, China University of Geosciences Beijing.  Topic: Paleomagnetic study of the ca. 640-Ma Nantuo Formation, South China.