Geoscience@UniSA

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About me

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Tom Raimondo
Associate Professor: Geology and Geochemistry
Program Director: Environmental and Geospatial Science
School of Natural and Built Environments
University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471
Adelaide SA 5001
Building P | Office P2-13 | Mawson Lakes Campus
p: +61 8 8302 6661
e: tom.raimondo@unisa.edu.au
w: http://people.unisa.edu.au/tom.raimondo

Twitter: @ROKmondo

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Qualifications

PhD in Science (Geology) at University of Adelaide
2008 - 2011: University Doctoral Research Medallist

B. Science (Honours First Class, Geology) at University of Adelaide
2007 - 2007: Tate Memorial Medallist

B. Science (Geology and Environmental Geoscience) at University of Adelaide
2003 - 2006: James Barrans Scholar

B. Arts (Philosophy) at University of Adelaide
2003 - 2006: Jefferis Memorial Medallist and Sir William Mitchell Prize Winner

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Recent research grants

Raimondo, T., Payne, J., Daczko, N. & Adam, J. The Deep Earth Melt Network: a new experimental approach to understanding magma transport and reactive ascent. UniSA New Adventures Fund (2018): $19,791.

Tyler, J., Hand, M., Bird, M., Lombi, E., Moffat, I., Moss, P., Clark, C., Davidson, G., Gell, P., Dutch, R., Gillanders, B., Tibby, J., Raimondo, T., Reepmeyer, C. & Fairbairn, A. Mass spectrometry for next generation isotope analysis of silicate minerals. ARC LIEF Project LE180100185 (2018): $464,531.

Putnis, A., Raimondo, T. & Daczko, N. Just add water: a recipe for the deformation of continental interiors. ARC Discovery Project DP160103449 (2016-2019): $319,500.

Payne, J., Hand, M., Tomkins, A., Raimondo, T., Lilly, R., Reid, A., Dutch, R., Faure, K. & Belperio, T. Source to spectrum: Finding deposits beyond the Fe oxide-Cu-Au envelope. ARC Linkage Project LP160100578 (2016-2019): $600,000.

Raimondo, T., Payne, J., Howlett, P., Pudney, P. & Rahman, M. Melting the ice: the impact of sub-glacial heat flow on the stability of the Antarctic ice sheet. UniSA Research Themes Investment Scheme (2016): $29,060.

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Research supervision

I am principal supervisor of the following students at UniSA:

Nick Langsford Lower Cambrian lithology, sedimentology and stratigraphy of the central Flinders Ranges.

Alicia Pollett Heat flow and crustal heat production in Southern Australia and Antarctica.

Jan Varga Fluid-rock interaction and thermochemical evolution of the eastern Alice Springs Orogen, central Australia.

Alex Van Leeuwen The contribution of crustal heat production to anomalous metamorphic regimes.

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Recent teaching grants

Raimondo, T. & Daczko, N. Image Matrix – A revolutionary new way to learn microscopy. Learning and Teaching Strategic Priority Grants (2018): $10,000.

Wardell-Johnson, G., Raimondo, T., Parsons, S., Payne, J., Rawson, C., Robinson, T., Timms, N. Increasing effectiveness in whole‐of‐curriculum field-based work-integrated learning (WIL) of the natural environment for improved employability. Australian Technology Network Strategic Initiative Grants (2017): $30,000.

Roetman, P., Raimondo, T. & Kor, M. et al. Creating virtual environments for enhanced student learning and public engagement. UniSA Teaching and Learning Development Grant (2017): $19,878.

Kirytopoulos, K., Raimondo, T. & Weber, D. The Dynamic Workplace: Gamification and Immersive Virtual Reality in Project Management. European Commission Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Grant: $7,500.

Payne, J., Raimondo, T., Bruce, D., Yue, W.L., Corcoran, P., Keppel, G. & Anderson, S. Project STADIA (Skill-based Teaching through Airborne Digital Imagery Analysis). UniSA Digital Teaching Equipment and Resources Fund (2015): $38,000.

Sandhu, S., Edmonds, R., Sigala, M., Smith, S. and Raimondo, T. A location-based mobile learning framework. UniSA Teaching and Learning Development Grant (2015): $10,000.

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Research interests

In a nutshell, I am a geologist and geochemist who is interested in how mountains form in the centre of tectonic plates, how fluids control the strength of rocks and trigger earthquakes, and how some of the hottest rocks in the world are distributed through southern Australia.

Find out more about my research on my Google Scholar citations profile. Discover some of my research topics in this video, this news release, and these media appearances.

In more specific terms, my research focuses on these major themes:

  • Fluid–rock interaction in the deep crust/shear zones
  • Linking geochemical and microstructural records of fluid flow to large scale geodynamics
  • Intraplate mountain building (orogenesis)
  • Heat flow and crustal heat production (geothermal energy)

I am particularly interested in the role that fluids play in modulating the strength of the continental crust, and thus how tectonic plates dynamically respond to forces and stress. This contributes to a better understanding of the complex migration patterns of deep crustal fluids, with applications as diverse as geothermal energy, carbon sequestration, nuclear waste storage and the formation of ore deposits. I am also keen on developing new models for the heat flow field of southern Australia, which contains broad but poorly-defined regions with values well in excess of the global continental average. Better constrained heat flow maps are critical datasets that drive exploration targeting for the geothermal and minerals industries, and provide more robust inputs for the ongoing challenge of accurately projecting long-term climate and ecosystem changes.

Current research highlight: LA-ICP-MS trace element mapping

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2D LA-ICP-MS trace element maps of garnet from the Peaked Hill shear zone, Reynolds Range, central Australia – a significant improvement over conventional 1D line profiles for constraining cryptic or irregular zoning patterns and their relationship to mineral growth (including accessory minerals) and/or subsequent diffusional modification.

Together with Pierre Lanari (University of Bern), I developed an extension of the MATLAB-based GUI XMapTools for rapid processing of LA-ICP-MS trace element maps in order to visualise and interpret compositional zoning patterns. Check out our CMP paper on this technique here, and download the free software at XMapTools.com

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Rock block scan showing a mosaic of fractured garnet fragments from the Peaked Hill shear zone, Reynolds Range, central Australia – a record of deep crustal seismicity and its links to fluid-rock interaction? See Raimondo et al. (2017) for details.

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Teaching interests

  • Technology-enhanced learning and teaching
  • Immersive virtual environments
  • Field teaching
  • Online student engagement
  • Mobile learning games

I am currently Program Director for Environmental Science and Geospatial Science at UniSA, and teach Geology as part of the Environmental Science, Geospatial Science and Civil Engineering degrees. Find out more about what studying Geology at UniSA is like on our Google+ page and YouTube channel.

If you're curious about Environmental or Geospatial Science at UniSA, take our virtual orientation tour to see what it's all about.

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Immerse yourself in Environmental and Geospatial Science - check out our virtual orientation tour! Explore the tour using your web browser, or if you have access to one, try a virtual reality headset for the fully immersive experience. 

Check out a video segment I presented for SCOPE (Network Ten) on the fascinating geological history of the Hallett Cove Conservation Park, a heritage-listed site in South Australia used for many of our undergraduate field trips.

See some of the ways I enrich Geoscience field teaching using high-resolution Gigapans and 360 panoramas. Together with Roger Edmonds (Teaching Innovation Unit), I've also developed some location-based mobile learning games to support the GSA geological excursion field guides for Hallett Cove and North Terrace. Full project details and free app downloads are available at PedagogyGO.

Watch an interview with me about UniSA's Digital Learning Strategy and how it has helped develop geoscientific knowledge in the first-year undergraduate student cohorts.

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UniSA students visiting Sellicks Beach, south coast of Adelaide – their first field experience as part of the course Earth Systems (EART 1010), and a remarkable natural laboratory to investigate everything from seismicity and sedimentology to climate and sea level change.

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UniSA Geoscience video playlist

Check out some recent videos showcasing what Geoscience@UniSA is all about!

Selected awards and achievements

  • Named in the 2017 Top 5 Under 40, an ABC Radio National and UNSW initiative to recognise outstanding early-career researchers under 40 years of age for excellence in science communication. Hear my interview on ABC RN Breakfast here and read the UniSA media release here
  • Recipient of a 2017 Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. Citation: for transforming field-based teaching of Environmental and Geospatial Science and the attainment of critical field skills through immersive digital visualisations
  • Recipient of a 2016 Young Tall Poppy Science Award from the Australian Institute of Policy and Science. The award recognises outstanding research performance and excellence in communication and community engagement activities to promote an understanding of science
  • Awarded the 2016 Walter Howchin Medal by the Geological Society of Australia (SA Division). The medal is awarded to a researcher in the early stage of their career (viz. under 35 years), who is distinguished by their significant published research work within the Earth Sciences in South Australia, or from a South Australian base
  • Recipient of a 2016 UniSA Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Digital Learning. Citation: For transforming field-based teaching of Environmental and Geospatial Science and the attainment of critical field skills through immersive digital visualisations
  • Awarded the D.I. Groves Medal for best paper in the 2015 volume of the Australian Journal of Earth Sciences
  • Recipient of the 2014 UniSA ITEE Early Career Researcher of the Year Award
  • Finalist in the 2014 South Australian Science Excellence Awards in the category of Early Career STEM Educator of the Year – Tertiary Teaching
  • Finalist in the 2012 South Australian Science Excellence Awards in the category of PhD Research Excellence – Life and Environmental Sciences
  • Recipient of a University Doctoral Research Medal and a Special Commendation from the Dean of Graduate Studies at the University of Adelaide for outstanding PhD research
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Journal publications

Check out my Google Scholar Citations profile.

Hyppolito, T., Cambeses, A., Angiboust, S., Raimondo, T., Garcia-Casco, A. & Juliani, C., 2018. Rehydration of eclogites and garnet replacement processes during exhumation in the amphibolite facies, Geological Society of London, Special Publications, 478, SP478.3, doi:10.1144/SP478.3.

Raimondo, T., Payne, J., Wade, B.P., Lanari, P., Clark, C. & Hand, M., 2017. Trace element mapping by LA-ICP-MS: assessing geochemical mobility in garnet. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 172(4): 17, doi:10.1007/s00410-017-1339-z. Access full text here.

Payne, J., Raimondo, T., Morrissey, L., Hand, M., Lilly, R., Tomkins, A., Reid, A., Dutch, R. & Wade, C., 2017. Source to Spectrum (S2S) – a new collaborative project investigating the spectrum of mineral deposits in the Gawler Craton. MESA Journal, 83: 8-10.

Williams, M. A., Kelsey, D. E., Hand, M., Raimondo, T., Morrissey, L. J., Tucker, N. M. & Dutch, R. A., 2017. Further evidence for two metamorphic events in the Mawson Continent. Antarctic Science, 30(1), 44-65, doi:10.1017/S0954102017000451.

Howlett, D., Raimondo, T. & Hand, M., 2015. Evidence for 1808–1770 Ma bimodal magmatism, sedimentation, high temperature deformation and metamorphism in the Aileron Province, central Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 62(7): 831-852, doi:10.1080/08120099.2015.1108364. Download PDF of full text here. Note: This paper was awarded the D.I. Groves Medal.

Raimondo, T., Hand, M. & Collins, W. J., 2014. Compressional intracontinental orogens: ancient and modern perspectives. Earth-Science Reviews, 130: 128153, doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2013.11.009. Download PDF of accepted article here.

Morrissey, L. J., Hand, M., Raimondo, T. & Kelsey, D. E., 2014, Long-lived high-temperature, low-pressure granulite facies metamorphism in the Arunta Region, central Australia. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 32(1): 25–47, doi:10.1111/jmg.12056.

Raimondo, T., Clark, C., Hand, M., Cliff, J. & Anczkiewicz, R., 2013. A simple mechanism for mid-crustal shear zones to record surface-derived fluid signatures. Geology, 41(6), 711–714, doi:10.1130/G34043.1. Download PDF of full text here.

Aitken, A. R. A., Raimondo, T. & Capitanio, F. A., 2013. The intraplate character of supercontinent tectonics. Gondwana Research, 24(3–4): 807–814, doi:10.1016/j.gr.2013.03.005.

Walsh, A. K., Raimondo, T., Kelsey, D., Hand, M., Pfitzner, H. L. & Clark, C., 2013. Duration of high-pressure metamorphism and cooling during the intraplate Petermann Orogeny. Gondwana Research, 24(3–4): 969–983, doi:10.1016/j.gr.2012.09.006.

Raimondo, T., Clark, C., Hand, M., Cliff, J. & Harris, C., 2012. High-resolution geochemical record of fluid–rock interaction in a mid-crustal shear zone: a comparative study of major element and oxygen isotope transport in garnet. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 30(3), 255–280, doi:10.1111/j.1525-1314.2011.00966.x.

Raimondo, T., Clark, C., Hand, M. & Faure, K., 2011. Assessing the geochemical and tectonic impacts of fluid–rock interaction in mid-crustal shear zones: a case study from the intracontinental Alice Springs Orogen, central Australia. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 29(8), 821–850, doi:10.1111/j.1525-1314.2011.00944.x.

Raimondo, T., Collins, A. S., Hand, M., Walker-Hallam, A., Smithies, R. H., Evins, P. M. & Howard, H. M., 2010. The anatomy of a deep intracontinental orogen. Tectonics, 29(4), TC4024, doi:10.1029/2009TC002504.

Raimondo, T., Collins, A. S., Hand, M., Walker-Hallam, A., Smithies, R. H., Evins, P. M. & Howard, H. M., 2009. Ediacaran intracontinental channel flow. Geology, 37(4), 291‒294, doi:10.1130/G25452A.1.

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Books and reports

Aitken, A. R. A., Raimondo, T. & Capitanio, F. A. (eds.), 2013. Special Issue on Intraplate Tectonics. Gondwana Research, 24(3‒4). Access this publication here.

Howard, H. M., Werner, M., Smithies, R. H., Evins, P. M., Kirkland, C. L., Kelsey, D. E., Hand, M., Collins, A., Pirajno, F., Wingate, M. T. D., Maier, W. D. & Raimondo, T., 2011. The geology of the West Musgrave Province and the Bentley Supergroup ‒ A field guide. Geological Survey of Western Australia, Record 2011/4, 116pp. Access this publication here.

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Conference abstracts

Pollett, A., Thiel, S., Bendall, B., Raimondo, T. & Hand, M., 2018. Using heat flow and magnetotellurics to constrain an obscured lithospheric interface: The Gawler Craton-Musgrave Province boundary, central Australia. Resources for Future Generations 2018, Vancouver.

Pollett, A., Hand, M., Bendall, B., Raimondo, T., Halpin, J. & McLaren, S., 2018. Constraining basal heat flux in eastern Antarctica using new heat flow data from formerly contiguous geological terranes of southern Australia. Geophysical Research Abstracts 20, EGU2018-5774, EGU General Assembly 2018.

Howlett, D., Raimondo, T., Morrissey, L., & Hand, M., 2018. 120 Myr of episodic metamorphism and intraplate deformation catalysed by rehydration and localised weakening of the deep crust. Geophysical Research Abstracts 20, EGU2018-3351, EGU General Assembly 2018.

Pollett, A., Bendall, B., Raimondo, T. & Hand, M., 2018. Constraining basal heat flux in eastern Antarctica using new heat flow data from the Coompana Province, Nullarbor Plain, southern Australia. 2018 TACTical Workshop: Taking the Temperature of the Antarctic Continent, Institute of Marine and Antarctic Science, Hobart.

Raimondo, T., 2018. Fluid-rock interaction: what, when, where, why, how? 2018 CSIRO Solomon Meeting, Clare Valley.

Raimondo, T., 2018. Project LIVE: Learning through Immersive Virtual Environments. 2018 South Australian Science Teachers Association Annual Conference, Adelaide High School.

Raimondo, T., Hand, M., Daczko, N., Piazolo, S. & Clark, C., 2017. Fluid- and melt-rock interaction enable intraplate orogeny. Core to Crust Fluid Systems (CCFS) Lithosphere Workshop 2017, University of Western Australia.

Raimondo, T., Payne, J., Hand, M., Clark, C. & Anczkiewicz, R., 2017. Large discrepancies between Lu-Hf and Sm-Nd isochron ages: the problem of inherited Hf. Geophysical Research Abstracts 19, EGU2017-2152, EGU General Assembly 2017.

Varga, J., Hand, M., Raimondo, T. & Kelsey, D., 2017. Fluid–rock interaction and thermochemical evolution of the eastern Alice Springs Orogen, central Australia. Geophysical Research Abstracts 19, EGU2017-19447, EGU General Assembly 2017.

Goncalves, P., Raimondo, T. & Santos de Souza, J. 2016. Interpretations of garnet distribution and chemical zoning: insights from major and trace element LA-ICP-MS mapping. An example from pelitic migmatites of Salvador de Bahia (Brazil). EMC2: 2nd European Mineralogical Conference, Rimini, Italy.

Silva, D., Daczko, N., Piazolo, S., Raimondo, T. & Putnis, A., 2016. Intracontinental orogeny, central Australia: shear zone patterns and the role of fluids in lithospheric weakening. EMC2: 2nd European Mineralogical Conference, Rimini, Italy.

Raimondo, T., Payne, J., Wade, B., Lanari, P., Clark, C. & Hand, M., 2016. Tracing geochemical mobility, alteration and mineralisation with LA-ICP-MS mapping. Abstract volume, 2016 TIGeR Conference - Rock alteration in the upper crust: Element mobility and concentration, Curtin University, Perth, 37.

Prent, A., Beinlich, A., Raimondo, T. & Putnis, A., 2016. Fluid-induced microstructures in granulites from the Reynolds Range, central Australia. Abstract volume, 2016 TIGeR Conference - Rock alteration in the upper crust: Element mobility and concentration, Curtin University, Perth, 52.

Raimondo, T., Howlett, D., Hand, M. & Clark, C., 2016. Fluid-controlled rheological responses during intraplate orogeny. Geophysical Research Abstracts 18, EGU2016-10624, EGU General Assembly 2016.

Goncalves, P., Raimondo, T. & Santos de Souza, J., 2016. Evolution of garnet distribution, shape and composition in high-grade pelitic migmatites of Salvador da Bahia, Brazil: insights from LA-ICP-MS trace element mapping. Geophysical Research Abstracts 18, EGU2016-11556, EGU General Assembly 2016.

Prent, A., Beinlich, A., Raimondo, T. & Putnis, A., 2016. Fluid induced microstructures in granulites from the Reynolds Range, central Australia. Geophysical Research Abstracts 18, EGU2016-10845-1, EGU General Assembly 2016.

Raimondo, T., Payne, J., Hand, M., Clark, C. & Anczkiewicz, R., 2016. Large discrepancies between Lu-Hf and Sm-Nd isochron ages: the problem of inherited Hf. Geological Society of Australia, Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC) Abstracts 2016.

Howlett, D., Hand, M., Raimondo, T., & Morrissey, L., 2016. 120 Myr of episodic mid-crustal metamorphism and fluid-rock interaction during the Alice Springs Orogeny: the Strangways Range, central Australia. Geological Society of Australia, Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC) Abstracts 2016.

Langsford, N., Raimondo, T. & Jago, J., 2016. Sponges as environmental indicators in the Red Crust ferrimicrobialite horizon, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Geological Society of Australia, Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC) Abstracts 2016.

Williams, M., Kelsey, D., Hand, M., & Raimondo, T., 2016. Are spatially variable records of overprinting metamorphism related to inherited zones of retrogression and structural weakness? Unravelling polymetamorphism in the Terre Adélie Craton (east Antarctica) and formerly contiguous Gawler Craton (South Australia). Geological Society of Australia, Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC) Abstracts 2016.

Raimondo, T., Hand, M., Clark, C. & Howlett, D., 2015. Fluid-controlled rheological responses during intraplate orogeny. Abstract volume, 2015 TIGeR Conference - Key issues in fluid-rock interaction: From the nano to the macroscale, Curtin University, Perth, 39.

Howlett, D., Hand, M. & Raimondo, T., 2015. 120 Myr of episodic mid-crustal metamorphism and fluid-rock interaction during the Alice Springs Orogeny: the Strangways Range, central Australia. Abstract volume, 2015 TIGeR Conference - Key issues in fluid-rock interaction: From the nano to the macroscale, Curtin University, Perth, 60.

Moulton, D., Koronios, A., Gao, J., Paniagua, J.O., Raimondo, T., Payne, J. & James, P., 2015. Tkiee: Learning Interaction & Student Engagement in the School of Natural and Built Environments through an Integrated m-Learning Platform. Australasian Association for Engineering Education Conference (AAEE 2015), Deakin University, Geelong.

Raimondo, T., Moulton, D., James, P. & Rathore, P., 2015. Blending Geoscience Learning and Teaching at UniSA: the OUA and F2F experience. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 131, 18-19.

Raimondo, T., Wade, B., Payne, J., Hand, M., Clark, C., Anczkiewicz, R., & Reid, A., 2014. LA-ICP-MS trace element mapping and its application to geochemical transport in garnet. Geophysical Research Abstracts 16, EGU2014-4596, EGU General Assembly 2014.

Howlett, D., Hand, M., Raimondo, T. & Bendall, B., 2014. Episodic mid-crustal metamorphism during the Alice Springs Orogeny: the Strangways Range, central Australia. In: Fraser, G., Forster, M. & McClusky, S. (eds) SGTSG in the Snowies: Biennial Conference of the Specialist Group for Tectonics and Structural Geology, February 2014. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 109, 48.

Hand, M., Raimondo, T. & Maidment, D., 2013. 250 Myr of intraplate deformation in central Australia. Program and Abstracts, CCFS Lithosphere Dynamics Workshop, Perth, Australia, 17.

Hand, M., Morrissey, L., Anderson, J., Kelsey, D. & Raimondo, T., 2013. Long-term high thermal gradients in the crust. Program and Abstracts, Granulites & Granulites 2013, Hyderabad, India, 29.

Raimondo, T., Clark, C., Hand, M., Cliff, J., & Anczkiewicz, R., 2012. The intraplate expression of the Delamerian Orogeny: do externally-derived fluids influence the large-scale reactivation of continental interiors? 2012 IAGR Annual Convention and 9th International Symposium on Gondwana to Asia, IGCP 592, 42‒43.

Raimondo, T., Clark, C., Hand, M., Cliff, J., & Anczkiewicz, R., 2012. Do externally-derived fluids influence the large-scale reactivation of continental interiors? Proceedings of the 34th International Geological Congress 2012, 688.

Tingay, M., Almberg, L., Anderson, M., Blenkinsop, T., Corkeron, M., McLaren, S., Murray-Wallace, C., Raimondo, T., Roach, M. & Tomkins, A. (eds) 2012. Program and Abstracts, 1st Australian Geoscience Teaching Workshop, 18‒19 January 2012, Adelaide, Australia. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 100, 39pp.

Raimondo, T., & Clark, C., 2011. Fluid–rock interaction in intracontinental shear zones: geochemical and tectonic responses. Geophysical Research Abstracts 13, EGU2011-5338, EGU General Assembly 2011.

Netting, A., Payne, J., Wade, B., & Raimondo, T., 2011. Trace Element Micro-Analytical Imaging via Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS). Microscopy and Microanalysis 2011: Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the Microscopy Society of America, 17, 590, doi:10.1017/S1431927611003709.

Raimondo, T., Clark, C., Hand, M., & Cliff, J., 2010. Constraining the timing of deep meteoric fluid flow in reactivated orogenic belts. In: Quinn, C. D. & Daczko, N. R. (eds) Abstracts of the Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology Conference, Port Macquarie. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 97, 55.

Raimondo, T., Collins, A. S. & Hand, M., 2010. Deep intracontinental channel flow: the anatomy of the Petermann Orogen, central Australia. In: Quinn, C. D. & Daczko, N. R. (eds) Abstracts of the Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology Conference, Port Macquarie. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 97, 54.

Hand, M., Raimondo, T., Collins, A. S. & Kelsey, D. E., 2009. Intracratonic orogeny in central Australia. In: Timms, N. E., Foden, J., Evans, K. E., & Clark, C. (eds) Kangaroo Island 2009: Biennial Conference of the Specialist Group for Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Petrology. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 96, 24.

Raimondo, T., Clark, C., Hand, M., Faure, K., & Collins, A. S., 2009. Deep intracratonic fluid flow in the Alice Springs Orogen, central Australia. In: Timms, N. E., Foden, J., Evans, K. E., & Clark, C. (eds) Kangaroo Island 2009: Biennial Conference of the Specialist Group for Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Petrology. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 96, 37.

Raimondo, T., Hand, M., Clark, C., Faure, K., & Collins, A. S., 2009. Sources, thermal conditions and mechanisms of fluid ingress during regional rehydration of Alice Springs Orogeny intracratonic shear systems. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 101, 84, doi:10.1016/j.gexplo.2008.11.008.

Raimondo, T., Collins, A. S., Hand, M., Walker-Hallam, A., Smithies, H., & Evins, P., 2008. A kinematic, metamorphic and geochronological framework for intracratonic reworking in the western Musgrave Block, central Australia: evidence for lower crustal channel flow? Geological Society of Australia, Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC) 2008, Abstracts, 89, 206.

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