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Professor Graham Williams
|Title:||Professor of Structural Geology|
was appointed Professor of Structural Geology at Keele University in 1987. Previously I worked as a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant and then a Lecturer in Geology at Cardiff University for 12 years. At Keele, I have done a variety of jobs including Head of School of Earth Sciences, Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research and Enterprise. I am a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and a Chartered Geologist.
See Basin Dynamics Research Group web pages for further information.
My main geological/geophysical expertise is in structural geology, seismic interpretation, GIS, and basin analysis. I have worked on research contracts with the oil industry in the UK and Ireland, North and South America, Africa, the Middle East and widely in mainland Europe.
I publish on applied aspects of structural geology and I have directed numerous internationally-sponsored research projects. I am part of the Basin Dynamics Research Group.