J. R. Austin
Also publishes as (James R. Austin)
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Austin, J.R., and Blenkinsop, T.G. (2010) Cloncurry Fault Zone: strain partitioning and reactivation in a crustal-scale deformation zone, Mt Isa Inlier. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 57 (1). pp. 1-21.
Austin, J.R., and Blenkinsop, T.G. (2009) Local to regional scale structural controls on mineralisation and the importance of a major lineament in the eastern Mount Isa Inlier, Australia: review and analysis with autocorrelation and weights of evidence. Ore Geology Reviews, 35 (3-4). pp. 298-316.
Foster, Damien .R.W., and Austin, James R. (2008) The 1800-1610 Ma stratigraphic and magmatic history of the Eastern Succession, Mount Isa Inlier, and correlations with adjacent Paleoproterozoic terranes. Precambrian Research, 163 (1-2). pp. 7-30.
Austin, J. R., and Blenkinsop, T. G. (2008) The Cloncurry Lineament: geophysical and geological evidence for a deep crustal structure in the Eastern Succession of the Mount Isa Inlier. Precambrian Research, 163 (1-2). pp. 50-68.
Blenkinsop, T. G., Huddlestone-Holmes, C. R., Foster, D. R. W., Edmiston, M. A., Lepong, P., Mark, G., Austin, J. R., Murphy, F.C., Ford, A., and Rubenach, M. J. (2008) The crustal scale architecture of the Eastern Succession, Mount Isa: the influence of inversion. Precambrian Research, 163 (1-2). pp. 31-49.
Austin, James R. (2007) The Cloncurry Lineament: a long-lived deep crustal structure that acted as a metasomatic pathway during ca 1530-1500 Cu-Au mineralisation, Mount Isa Inlier, Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.