Tadhg Dornan

Tadhg Dornan is a PhD researcher in the iCRAG raw material research spoke. Tadhg graduated from Trinity College Dublin with an honours degree in Geology in 2016 and soon after started a PhD under the Supervision of Dr. Robbie Goodhue. His research mainly focuses on pyrite, a commonly occurring iron sulphide mineral, and its role in the deterioration of concrete when oxidised. As part of his research, Tadhg will attempt to elementally analyse the grains pyrite found in the concrete of damaged properties and try and fingerprint a quarry source for the material.

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Goldschmidt 2017
Tadhg Dornan

How the Roman Empire can be linked to geochemistry

Throughout our geological education, we are taught to think in terms of deep time. To forget about weeks and months and focus on the millions and billions. However, when the time span of human history

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Goldschmidt 2017
Tadhg Dornan

Any questions for the speaker?

Over the past few days, we have all heard our fair share of audience questions. As most of you may know, the main purpose of these questions is to enhance the audience's understanding of the presented

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