Dr John R Graham
Tel: + 353 1 896 2002
Office: Museum Building, Office 1.3
My research deals primarily with sedimentary rocks, especially field-based studies, with particular emphasis on how interpretation of these can contribute to regional geological problems. I have a particular interest in the geology of Ireland and adjacent areas. Current work is looking at the Carboniferous sedimentary record of north and west Ireland and trying to evaluate the relative contributions of regional tectonics and global sea level changes in the development of the preserved stratigraphy. I have ongoing interests in the dynamic evolution of the Laurentian margin during the early Palaeozoic.
Graham, J.R. (in press) Pre-Carboniferous history and tectonic structure in Best, J and Wignall, P. Field guide to the Carboniferous rocks of County Clare (IAS Field Guide)
Graham, J.R. (2010) The Carboniferous geology of North Mayo. Irish Journal Earth Sciences 28, 25-46.
Graham, J.R. (2009) Ordovician of the North in Holland, C.H. & Sanders, I.S. (eds) The Geology of Ireland, 2nd edn. 43-68
Graham, J.R. & Stillman, C.J. (2009) Ordovician of the South in Holland, C.H. & Sanders, I.S. (eds) The Geology of Ireland, 2nd edn. 103-117
Graham, J.R. (2009)Devonian in Holland, C.H. & Sanders, I.S. (eds) The Geology of Ireland, 2nd edn. 175-214
Graham, J.R. (2009) Variscan deformation and metamorphism in Holland, C.H. & Sanders, I.S. (eds) The Geology of Ireland, 2nd edn. 295-310.
Graham, J.R. & Sevastopulo, G.D. (2008) Mississippian platform and basin successions from the Todhra Valley (North Eastern Anti-Atlas), southern Morocco. Geological Journal 43, 361-382.
Chew, D.M., Graham, J.R., Whitehouse, M.J., (2007) U-Pb zircon geochronology of plagiogranites from the Lough Nafooey (= Midland Valley) arc in western Ireland: constraints on the onset of the Grampian orogeny, Journal of the Geological Society, 164, 747-750.