Mr Ross Dymock

  • Argon Laboratory Technician (Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre)

telephone: 01355270151
email: Ross.Dymock@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

I have an interest in Noble Gas Mass Spectrometry encompassing absolute and relative dating techniques, Geochemistry, Volcanology and Geomorphology.  This includes 4He/3He and 40Ar/39Ar methods, field mapping, sample collection, electron microscopy and XRD analysis.

Cosmogenic isotope exposure dating & investigation into Devensian glaciation, northwest Scotland

Noble gas mass spectrometry techniques and applications

Laser step heating system for dating young volcanic rocks by the 40Ar/39Ar method

Anatomy and emplacement of a caldera-bounding ring-dyke: an example from Loch Ba, Isle of Mull, NW Scotland

Variability in fault architecture, mineralogy and fluid flow through faults in granite gneiss exhumed from seismogenic depths in the Italian Alps

Seeing subtleties: Using Apatite fission track in old and complex landscapes

Lithostratigraphy & structure of the Loch Ba Caldera, Isle of Mull, NW Scotland


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