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Biographical entry Price, Graham Pope (1947 - )

Born
2 March 1947
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Geologist

Summary

Graham Pope Price is a geologist with a special interest in rock and soil fabrics and rock deformation.

During his time at CSIRO he made a significant contribution to the Australian petroleum industry when studied the fabrics of the carbonate sediment of the North West Shelf of Australia with Woodside Petroleum Limited. This surveying along with the Calcite In situ Precipitation System he developed for synthetic cementation of porous soil made possible the establishment of the North Rankin A Gas Platform.

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1969
Education - Bachelor of Science, Honours in Geology, Sydney University
1970 - 1974
Career position - Teaching Fellow in the Department of Geology and Geophysics
1974
Career event - Joined the CSIRO Division of Applied Geomechanics
1975
Education - PhD in Geology, Sydney University
1980
Career event - Visiting Scientist at the Geologisch-Paläontologisches Institut, University of Göttingen, West Germany
1983
Career event - Canadian Universities Commonwealth Research Fellowship at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB Canada
1984 - 1992
Career event - Carried out projects with Woodside Petroleum Ltd on the Northwest Shelf of Australia
1987
Career event - Gained funding from Australian Research Grants Committee in 1987, to study the development of an artificial cementation of porous soil and rock
1989
Award - CSIRO Development Scholarship
1992 - 1993
Career position - Acting Chief of, CSIRO Division of Geomechanics

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