Steven Denyszyn

Dr, PhD Tor.

  • The University of Western Australia (M004), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Research interests

High-Precision U-Pb Geochronology (mainly using the CA-ID-TIMS method, but getting a little into LA-ICPMS), applied to:


- Mafic rocks generally, more specifically as related to ore deposits;

- Large Igneous Provinces, particularly as related to ore deposits, environmental effects, and paleocontinental reconstructions;

- Granites, mainly as related to continental growth;

- Lower-crustal rocks, chiefly as related to formation of continental crust, ore deposit generation, and transport of heat, fluids, and magmas.


Also of interest/capability: Paleomagnetism, geochemistry (isotope and otherwise), igneous petrology

Previous positions

2008 - PhD, University of Toronto


2008-2011 - Postdoctoral Researh Fellow, Berkeley Geochronology Center and University of California, Berkeley


2011 - Research Associate, University of Western Australia


2012-2019 - Lecturer, University of Western Australia


2019-present - Adjunct Research Fellow, University of Western Australia and Research Associate, Carleton University

Research expertise keywords

  • Geochronology
  • Igneous petrology and magmatic processes
  • Tectonics and paleogeography
  • Paleomagnetism
  • Mass extinctions
  • Isotope geochemistry


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