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2015P-T-t evolution of a large, long-lived, ultrahigh-temperature Grenvillian belt in central AustraliaWalsh, A.; Kelsey, D.; Kirkland, C.; Hand, M.; Smithies, R.; Clark, C.; Howard, H.
2016Cambrian high-temperature reworking of the Rayner-Eastern ghats terrane: constraints from the Northern Prince Charles Mountains region, East AntarcticaMorrissey, L.; Hand, M.; Kelsey, D.; Wade, B.
2015Seismic mapping and geomechanical analyses of faults within deep hot granites, a workflow for enhanced geothermal system projectsAbul Khair, H.; Cooke, D.; Hand, M.
2018A tripartite approach to unearthing the duration of high temperature conditions versus peak metamorphism: An example from the Bunger Hills, East AntarcticaTucker, N.; Hand, M.; Kelsey, D.; Taylor, R.; Clark, C.; Payne, J.
2002Neodymium isotopic and geochemical constraints on provenance of sedimentary rocks in the Eastern Officer Basin, Australia: Implications for the duration of the intracratonic Petermann OrogenyWade, B.; Hand, M.; Hatch, K.; Australian Geological Convention (16th : 2002 : Adelaide, South Australia)
2007Billeroo North alkaline magmatic complex: geology and economic significanceRutherford, L.; Burtt, A.; Hatch, K.; Hand, M.; Foden, J.
2011Grenvillian-aged reworking in the North Australian Craton, central Australia: Constraints from geochronology and modelled phase equilibriaMorrissey, L.; Payne, J.; Kelsey, D.; Hand, M.
2011Integration of In-Situ Stress Analysis and Three-Dimensional Seismic Mapping to Understand Fracture Networks in Australian BasinsKing, R.; Abul Khair, H.; Bailey, A.; Backe, G.; Holford, S.; Hand, M.; Australian Geothermal Energy Conference (4th : 2011 : Melbourne, Victoria)
2018Thorium distribution in the crust: outcrop and grain-scale perspectivesWilliams, M.; Kelsey, D.; Baggs, T.; Hand, M.; Alessio, K.
2005Geochemistry and Provenance of a Mesoproterozoic (1.4 Ga) eastern Musgrave Block basin: Buddying up to the Belt-Purcell Basin.Wade, B.; Hatch, K.; Hand, M.; Supercontinents and Earth Evolution Symposium (2005 : Maritime Museum, W. A.)