I am a volcanologist whose research combines field studies with analogue and numerical models to gain insight into the ascent and emplacement of magmas. I am particularly interested in the dynamics of magma propagation through the crust and the consequences for volcanic eruptions.
- Margaret Clayton - Women in Science - Postdoctoral Fellowship (Monash University, 2011 - 2014)
Other Personal Distinctions
- Invited Poster "Coupling fluid dynamics and host-rock deformation during magma intrusion in the crust: Insights from analogue experiments" (AGU, 2014)