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Dr Denis Fougerouse

Dr Denis Fougerouse Dr Denis Fougerouse
Position Research Asscociate
Faculty Faculty of Science and Engineering
School Western Australian School of Mines
Department Department of Applied Geology
Campus Bentley Campus
Location 312.211
Phone 08 9266 3880
Email Denis.Fougerouse@curtin.edu.au

Brief Summary

Denis Fougerouse is a structural and economic geologist with multiscale research interests, from large scale ore systems and fluid flows to the nanochemistry of minerals. He is at the fore of research using atom probe microscopy in the emerging field of the nanogeoscience. He has expertise in other advanced characterisation technics such as XFM mapping using the Maia detector, NanoSIMS, EBSD and nano-manufacturing using FIB-SEM.

He is currently a key member of the Geoscience Atom Probe facility which aims to develop new application of atom probe microscopy to the geoscience.

Publications

2017

Journal Articles (Research)

2016

Journal Articles (Research)

2015

Conference Articles (Research)

2013

Conference Articles (Research)

Additional publication categories

2016

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

2015

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Fougerouse, D., S. Micklethwaite, J. Miller, S. Ulrich, and T. McCuaig. 2015.“The Obuasi gold deposit, Ghana: A West African giant.”Ore Geology Reviews. In press.
  • Fougerouse, D., S. Micklethwaite, J. Miller, S. Ulrich, and T. McCuaig. 2015.“The Obuasi gold deposit, Ghana: A West African giant.”Ore Geology Reviews. In press.
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