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Founder of Stallard Scientific Editing, Managing Editor, and Earth Science Editor

Aaron completed his MSc (Hons) degree in Earth Science at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand in 1994, followed by a PhD (Earth Science) at James Cook University, Australia. Subsequent research posts included a 2-year JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship at Shizuoka University, Japan, and a 4-year FRST Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
Aaron has a strong university-level background in all fields of geology and geography, and a specialized research background and publication record in tectonics, and structural and metamorphic geology ( see below to see a list of Aaron’s publications). In recent years, Aaron has used his extensive experience in research and writing/publishing to edit hundreds of manuscripts in all fields of Earth and environmental science, including solid-earth geology, seismology, remote sensing, ecology, meteorology, forestry, climate change, oceanography, and environmental modeling, to name a few.


Stallard, A. R. & Shelley, D., 2005. Metamorphic foliation development across the sedimentary–metamorphic transition: Quartz grain-shape data from the Otago Schist, New Zealand. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 443-459.

Stallard, A. R. & Shelley, D., 2005. Initiation and development of metamorphic foliation by competitive oriented growth of white mica: grain-shape and orientation data from the Otago Schist, New Zealand. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 425-442.

Lin, A., Maruyama, T., Stallard, A., Michibayashi, K., Kano, K. & Camacho, A. 2005. Propagation of seismic slip from brittle to ductile crust: evidence from pseudotachylyte of the Woodroffe Thrust, central Australia. Tectonophysics, 402, 21-35.

Stallard, A. R., Hickey, K. & Upton, G., 2003. Measurement and correlation of microstructures: the case of foliation intersection axes. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 21, 241-252.

Upton, G.J.G., Hickey, K.A. & Stallard, A., 2003. A binomial model for cyclic data. Journal of Applied Statistics, 52, 227-235.

Stallard, A., Ikei, H. & Masuda, T., 2002. Numerical simulations of spiral-shaped inclusion trails: can 3D geometry distinguish between end-member models of spiral formation? Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 20, 801-812.

Stallard, A. R., Ikei, H. and Masuda, T. 2002. Quicktime movies of 3D spiral inclusion trail development. In: Bobyarchick, A. 2002. Visualisation, Teaching and Learning in Structural Geology. Journal of the Virtual Explorer, 8, 15-28.

Stallard, A.R. & Hickey, K.H., 2002. A comparison of microstructural and chemical patterns in garnet from the Fleur de Lys Supergroup, Newfoundland. Journal of Structural Geology, 24, 1109-1123.

Stallard, A.R. & Hickey, K.H., 2001a. Shear zone vs. folding origin for spiral inclusions in the Canton Schist. Journal of Structural Geology, 23, 1845-1864.

Stallard, A.R. & Hickey, K.H., 2001b. Fold mechanisms in the Canton Schist: constraints on the contribution of flexural flow. Journal of Structural Geology, 23, 1865-1881.

Stallard, A.R., 1998. Episodic porphyroblast growth in the Fleur de Lys Supergroup, Newfoundland: timing relative to the sequential development of multiple crenulation cleavages. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 16, 711-728.

Stallard, A.R., & Shelley, D.S., 1995. Quartz c-axes parallel to stretching directions in very low-grade metamorphic rocks. Tectonophysics, 249: 31-40.

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