05: Brian Upton – Mapping the unusual alkaline rocks of the Gardar Province

By Julie Hollis

Julie Hollis

In this episode of Polar Podcasts, we hear more from Brian Upton, Emeritus Professor of Geology at the University of Edinburgh, about working on the unusual alkaline igneous rocks of the Gardar Province in South Greenland in the 1950s and later.

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For the past twenty years, Julie Hollis has worked in leading roles in government geoscience in Greenland, Denmark and Australia, managing geological mapping and regional geoscience programs to promote mineral exploration investment. She is passionate about both geology and about communicating science – writing for academic journals, trade magazines, and popular science websites. She has a PhD in Geology and a Masters in Science Communication and Public Engagement from the University of Edinburgh.
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