The Shell Prize for Best Postgraduate Presentation
This is awarded annually to the student who delivers the best overall presentation (poster or talk) at the TSG annual general meeting.
Adam Pacey (Durham University) Lineal volcanic segments in the Sunda Arc, Indonesia, identified using the Hough Transform
2012 Michael Kelly (Keele University) Cross-strike discontinuities: The development of the Loch Maree Transverse Zone.
2011 Casey Nixon (University of Southampton) Topology, kinematics and strain variations within strike-slip fault networks
2010 Craig Magee (University of Birmingham) Cone sheet emplacement in sub-volcanic systems: a case study from Ardnamurchan, NW Scotland
2009 Richard Walker (Durham University) Structural precursors to continental break-up; the Faroe Islands, NE Atlantic Margin
2008 Steven Smith (University of Durham) Signatures of the seismic cylcle along ancient faults: CO2-induced fluidization of brittle cataclasites in the footwall of a sealing low-angle normal fault
2007 Caroline Graham (University of Edinburgh) Source mechanisms of acoustic emissions in triaxially loaded granite
2006 John Cottle (University of Oxford) Structure and kinematics of the South Tibetan Detachment System, Kharta region, south Tibetan Himalaya.
This prize is sponsored by Shell U.K. Limited