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Daniel Wiemer

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET)

Contact details

Address
Robert Street Building, Rm 217 
Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET)
The University of Western Australia (M006)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia

Email

daniel.wiemer@uwa.edu.au


Daniel joined the Centre for Exploration Targeting, University of Western Australia, as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow under Prof. Steffen Hagemann, in mid-2017. His research focuses on the establishment of a 4D tectonic-structural model for the formation of a granitoid-hosted gold-bearing quartz vein-system in the Carboniferous Pataz region, Eastern Andean Cordillera, Peru.

Daniel received his M.Sc. at the University of Kiel, Germany, studying the crustal evolution of the Archaean Western Dharwar Craton, South India (supervisor Prof. V. Schenk). For his contribution on the tectonic evolution of the early Archaean Doolena Gap greenstone belt and adjacent Muccan Granitic Complex, East Pilbara Terrane, Western Australia, Daniel was awarded a Ph.D. at the Queensland University of Technology (supervisors Dr. D. Murphy, Dr. C. Schrank).

Expertise: Geological mapping, field-based structural geology, petrology, geochemistry, geochronology, Archaean geology

Daniel is frequently involved in teaching of undergraduate students.

 

Awards

Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award, QUT, 2017


 

Publications

Wiemer, D., Schrank, C.E., Murphy, D.T., Wenham, L., Allen, C.M. (2018): Earth’s oldest stable crust in the Pilbara craton formed by cyclic gravitational overturns. Nature Geoscience, doi:10.1038/s41561-018-0105-9

Wiemer, D., Allen, C.M., Murphy, D.T., Kinaev, I. (2017): Effects of thermal annealing and chemical abrasion on ca. 3.5 Ga metamict zircon and evidence for natural reverse discordance: Insights for U-Pb LA-ICP-MS dating. Chemical Geology 466, 285-302

Wiemer, D., Schrank, C.E., Murphy, D.T., Hickman, A.H. (2016): Lithostratigraphy and structure of the early Archaean Doolena Gap greenstone belt, East Pilbara Terrane, Western Australia. Precambrian Research 282, 121-138