• High-resolution record revealsclimate-driven environmental andsedimentary changes in an active rift 

      McNeill, Lisa C.; Shillington, D.J; Carter, Gareth; Everest, J.D.; Gawthorpe, Rob; Miller, C; Phillips, M.P.; Collier, Richard E.L.I.; Le Ber, E; Cvetkoska, A; De Gelder, G; Diz, P; Doan, M-L; Ford, Mary; Geraga, M; Gillespie, J; Hemelsdael, Romain; Herrero-Bervera, Emilio; Ismaiel, M; Janikian, L; Kouli, K.; Machlus, M.L; Maffione, Marco; Mahoney, C; Michas, G; Nixon, Casey William; Oflaz, S.A.; Omale, A.P.; Panagiotopoulos, K; Pechlivanidou, Sofia; Sauer, Simone; Seguin, Joana; Zakharova, N.V.; Green, S (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-02-28)
      Young rifts are shaped by combined tectonic and surface processes and climate, yet few records exist to evaluate the interplay of these processes over an extended period of early rift-basin development. Here, we present ...
    • Quantifying structural controls on fluid flow: Insights from carbonate-hosted fault damage zones on the Maltese Islands 

      Dimmen, Vilde; Rotevatn, Atle; Peacock, David; Nixon, Casey William; Nærland, Kari (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017-08)
      Structural complexity along faults (e.g., relay zones, fault intersections and jogs) exert strong controls on fluid flow, yet few attempts have been made to quantify and visualise such relationships. This paper does that ...
    • The relationship between fluid flow, structures, and depositional architecture in sedimentary rocks: An example-based overview 

      Dimmen, Vilde; Rotevatn, Atle; Nixon, Casey William (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Fluid flow in the subsurface is fundamental in a variety of geological processes including volcanism, metamorphism, and mineral dissolution and precipitation. It is also of economic and societal significance given its ...
    • Straight from the source's mouth: controls on field-constrained sediment export across the entire active Corinth Rift, central Greece 

      Watkins, Stephen; Whittaker, Alexander C.; Bell, Rebecca E.; Brooke, Sam; Ganti, Vamsi; Gawthorpe, Robert; McNeill, Lisa C.; Nixon, Casey William (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The volume and grain‐size of sediment supplied from catchments fundamentally control basin stratigraphy. Despite their importance, few studies have constrained sediment budgets and grain‐size exported into an active rift ...
    • Tipping the balance: Shifts in sediment production in an active rift setting 

      Pechlivanidou, Sofia; Cowie, Patience; Duclaux, Guillaume; Nixon, Casey William; Gawthorpe, Robert; Salles, Tristan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-02-06)
      Landscapes in actively developing rifts respond to tectonic forcing over a similar time scale to that of fault array evolution (i.e., 10^5–10^6 yr). Consequently transient landscapes (i.e., not in topographic steady state) ...