Igneous intrusions, such as dykes, sills and laccoliths, are important components of volcanic plumbing systems in extensional tectonic settings, e.g. rifted margins and sedimentary basins. Even though sills have been studied for the last decades, questions regarding their architecture, flow conditions, inflation and relationship to sedimentary heterogeneity remains unanswered.
My PHD project aims to provide a detailed study on excellent outcrops around the world, seismic data from the Vøring Margin, in addition to LIDAR data from Greenland, in order to answer the remaining questions regarding sill emplacement.
Current MSc students (co-advisor):
Torgeir Fenne Vestly
“Quantifying clusters and networks of deformation bands: a case study from Shihtiping, South-Eastern Taiwan"
Joakim Skreden Erga
"Stratigraphic controls on deformation in the Shihtiping Tuffs, SE Taiwan"
Daniel Bergsagel Høie
"Stratigraphy and depositional history of the Shihtiping Tuffs, SE Taiwan"
- (2022). Alkaline sill intrusions in sedimentary basins: emplacement of the Mussentuchit Wash Sill in San Rafael Swell, Utah. Journal of the Geological Society.
- (2021). PhD Rhapsody Episode 17: Play the Game — Gender Equality.