Smithsonian Institution, 10th & Constitution Ave. NW
National Museum of Natural History
Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20560
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Geology, Appalachian Orogen, Igneous geology, Metamorphic geology, Economic geology, Archean geology, Geochemistry, Structural geologyView George's CV
George Guice is a Peter Buck postdoctoral fellow at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, department of Mineral Sciences. His current research involves conducting detailed, field-based studies that combine various geological sub-disciplines. The principle aim of these projects is to constrain regional- and global-scale tectonic processes, including those which operated during the Archean Eon, 4.0 – 2.5 billion years ago.
- BSc Geology with Physical Geography, Keele University (2014)
- MSc Mining Geology, Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter (2015)
- PhD Geology, Cardiff University (2019)
- Establishing Archean (4.0 – 2.5 Ga) geodynamic processes in the Sao Francisco and Amazonian Cratons, Brazil (in collaboration with researchers at the University of Campinas and Brazilian Geologic survey).
- Understanding the origin and significance of ultramafic-mafic rocks in the Appalachian Orogen, eastern USA (in collaboration with researchers at Johns Hopkins University and the Maryland Geologic Survey).
- Establishing the origin of ultramafic-mafic rocks in the North Atlantic Craton, Scotland (in collaboration with researchers at the University of Cambridge, Cardiff University, University of Exeter, University of Glasgow, British Geological Survey).