Principal Interpretation Geoscientist
Teagan Blaikie holds a PhD in potential field geophysics, with undergraduate specialisations in geology and geophysics. She is a specialist in the qualitative and quantitative interpretation of magnetic and gravity data.
With over 10 years’ working in academia and government including the CSIRO and NTGS, she has experience in the Proterozoic basins of northern Australia, polydeformed terranes, sediment hosted minerals systems, and structural geology and mapping. Teagan also lectures in potential field data interpretation to 3rd and 4th year students at Curtin University.