FIRST-AUTHOR TALKS

 (record starts 2007)

132. Quigley, M. (2017) “Scientific writing for research publication: Ten things we should talk about”, Earth Sciences Postgraduate Group Friday Forum, University of Melbourne, August 25. [PDF]

131. Quigley, M. (2017) “The Anthropocene: How humans are changing the geological behavior of Earth”, 2017 Science Festival, Singapore Theatre, University of Melbourne, 

130. Quigley, M. (2017) INVITED “The environmental effects and statistics of earthquakes” Peking Summer Camp, University of Melbourne, June 27.

129. Quigley, M., Van Dissen, R., Nicol, A., Hornblow, S., Sasnett, P., Cruden, A., Jimenez, A., Steacy, S., Duffy, B., Pettinga, J., (2017) INVITED “Multi-disciplinary paleoseismic investigations of complex earthquake ruptures”, Seismological Society of America 2017 Conference, Denver, CO, April 20

128. Quigley, M. (2017) “Earthquakes in the Anthropocene: the human influence on earthquakes and their environmental effects”, Seismological Society of America 2017 Conference, Denver, CO, April 18  [PDF]

127. Quigley, M. (2016) “Doing the earthquake dance”, presentation and workshop for St. Kevin’s College – Toorak (Year 8 students), University of Melbourne, Thurs, Oct 27.

126. Quigley, M. (2016) “Geophysics Group Research” University of Melbourne external review panel presentation, Thurs, Oct 27.

125. Quigley, M. (2016) Moderator for “Mind the Gap: University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association Forum” Woodrow Conference Centre, University of Melbourne, Monday Oct 24th – 9.30am-12.30pm

124. Quigley, M. (2016) “The Science of Earthquakes”, 2016 Science Festival, University of Melbourne, August 15.

123. Quigley, M., and Kitto, K. (2016) INVITED “Uncertainty, Ignorance and Partial Knowledge: Rapporteurs Report”, Theo Murphy High Flyers Think Tank 2016: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Living in a Risky World, Australia Academy of Science, Canberra, July 22, 2016

122. Quigley, M. (2016) INVITED “The 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence”, E.U. Erasmus+ Teaching and Research Fellow Lecture, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, June 2016.

121. Quigley, M. (2016) INVITED “Frontiers in paleoseismology”, E.U. Erasmus+ Teaching and Research Fellow Seminar, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, June 2016.

120. Quigley, M. (2016) INVITED “Earthquakes in the Anthropocene and the Lusi mudflow disaster” Forum: The aftermath of environmental and human intervention, Fri May 20, Old Arts Gallery, University of Melbourne

119. Quigley, M. (2016) INVITED “Frontiers in earthquake geology and paleoseismology”, Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration Technical Seminar, April 7.

118. Quigley, M. (2016) INVITED “The 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence: from paleoseismology to policy”, Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration 2016 Colloquium Series, April 6.

117. Quigley, M., Bastin, S., Borella (2016) INVITED: “Geologic proxies for earthquake strong ground motion”, Neotectonics on the Australian plate: New science for energy, mineral and groundwater systems, and hazard assessment, Geoscience Australia, ACT, Australia, 29 February- 1 March, 2016.

116. Quigley, M. (2015) “The 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence: From Paleoseismology to Policy”, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, New York, November 11.

115. Quigley, M. (2015) “Paleoseismology and Policy”, National Science Foundation, Washington D.C., November 6.

114. Quigley, M., Borella, J., Mackey, B., Sohbati, R., Bradley, B.A., Sean, M.A. and Vick, L. (2015) “Contemporary and paleo-rockfalls as proxies for strong ground motions” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (GSA2015), 1-4 Nov, Baltimore, MD, USA

113. Quigley, M., (2015) INVITED: “Seismic Hazard, Paleoseismology, Site Response” 2nd International Symposium on Disaster Management (ISDM – Melbourne 2015) October 12, 2015

112. Quigley, M., (2015) INVITED: “The 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence: from paleoseismic predecessors to policy”, School of Earth Sciences, The University of Melbourne, Oct 8, 2015

111. Quigley, M., (2015) INVITED:”Mapping and paleoseismic studies of active faults: Perspectives from New Zealand and implications for  Thailand” Amari Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, June 26, 2015 [PDF]

110. Quigley, M. and Gibson, G. (2014) Contribution of Seismology to Earthquake Risk Mitigation: 5 day workshop, Asian Seismological Commission: General Assembly pre-conference workshop, Quezon City, Philippines, November 12-16.

109. Quigley, M., Mackey, B., Bradley, B., Hughes, M., Bastin, S., (2014) “The landscape record of blind fault earthquakes”, Geological Society of America Annual Conference, Vancouver, Oct 22

108. *Quigley, M. (2014) INVITED: “Science communication throughout the scientific process”, Media, Disasters, and the Public: communications workshop for scientists and engineers, Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington, Oct 10th, 2014

106-107. *Quigley, M., and Hughes, M. (2014) INVITED: “Changes to the land in Canterbury”, EQC Land Hub, Oct 7 and 8th, 2014

105. Quigley, M. (2014) INVITED: “Opening of the EQC land hub”,  EQC Land Hub, Oct 7

104. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED KEYNOTE: “Predicting and reducing the impacts of future earthquakes”, 31st General Assembly of the International Council for Science, Auckland, Sept. 3. [PDF]

103. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED: “Earthquakes in the Canterbury region”, Presentation for Canstaff and CECC Monthly Newcomers Network, Westpac Centre, July 9

102. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED: “Earthquake science communication”, Emergency Media & Public Affairs Conference, Auckland, May 23.

101. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED: “The Canterbury earthquake sequence”, presentation to visiting group from the University of British Columbia, University of Canterbury, May 9

100. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED: “The Canterbury earthquake sequence”, presentation to St Andrews College, March 21

99. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED: “The Canterbury earthquake sequence”, presentation to visiting group from the University of Adelaide, University of Canterbury, March 2

98. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED: “Overview of the Canterbury earthquake sequence”, presentation to visiting delegation from Thailand, University of Canterbury, March

97. Quigley, M., (2014) INVITED KEYNOTE: “Liquefaction: the geologic perspective”, Earth Structures & Retention Conference, Wellington, Feb 27.

96. Quigley, M.,(2013) INVITED KEYNOTE: “Earthquake science communication”, Student and Post-doctoral Symposium, The MacDiarmid Institute of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, Nov. 28.

95. Quigley, M., (2013) INVITED: “The 2010-2012 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence: earthquake clustering, seismic thresholds, and paleoseismic implications”, University of Insubria, Como, Italia, Oct. 3.

94. Quigley, M., (2013) INVITED: “The 2010-2012 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence: communicating earthquake science”, Dipartimento della Protezione Civile, Roma, Italia, Italy, Sept 23.

93. Quigley, M., (2013)”The 2010-2012 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence: earthquake clustering, seismic thresholds, and paleoseismic implications”, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Roma, Italia, Sept. 19.

87-92. Quigley, M., (2013) GSNZ-RSNZ Hochstetter Supporting Lecture: “Eroding Landscapes”, delivered in Auckland, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington, Dunedin, and Christchurch, July 16- August 7.

77-86. Quigley, M., (2013) GSNZ-RSNZ Hochstetter Lecture: “Geologic and geomorphic impacts of the Canterbury earthquake sequence and local evidence for large prehistoric earthquakes”, delivered in Auckland, Hamilton, Taupo, Napier, Palmerston North, Wellington, New Plymouth, Nelson, Dunedin, and Christchurch, July 16- August 7. [PDF]

76.Quigley, M., (2013) INVITED: “Earthquake risk communication: The Christchurch experience” Geoscience Australia, Canberra, Australia, May 16

75. Quigley, M., (2013) INVITED: “Risk communication: Lessons from the Christchurch and L’Aquila earthquakes” Australian Co-operative Research Centre Annual Conference, Collaborate, Innovate Conference, Melbourne Australia, May 15

74. Quigley, M., (2013) INVITED KEYNOTE: “Communicating Science”, NZ Teachers Refresher Course Committee Primary Science Annual Conference, April 22, 2013

73. Quigley, M., (2013) INVITED: “The Seismic Story of Us: The 2010-2012 Canterbury earthquake sequence”, Stanford University Travel Study Program Talk, Jan 18

72. Quigley, M., (2013) INVITED: “Communicating earthquake science: roles and public obligations of the practising scientist”, Science Communicators of New Zealand Annual Conference, Christchurch, NZ (get talk here)

71. Quigley, M., Bradley, B., (2012) “Geological seismology: comparing field observations with instrumental records through the 2010-2012 Canterbury earthquake sequence”, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December

70. *Quigley, M., (2012) INVITED KEYNOTE: “Communicating in a crisis”, STRATUS Young Researchers event: “Sharing science with society”, Auckland, Nov 13

69. Quigley, M., (2012) INVITED “The Geology of our Alluvial Landscape”, Avon-Ōtakaro Inaugural Spring River Festival,  June 29

68. Quigley, M., Pettinga, P., INVITED (2012)”What if we could predict earthquakes?” University of Canterbury What If Lecture Series, July 27

67. Quigley, M., (2012) INVITED KEYNOTE “Our Place in a Dynamic Landscape: Designing for Resilience”. New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects, Annual Conference, Lincoln University, June 29

66. Quigley, M., (2012) INVITED KEYNOTE “Ongoing research into the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence”, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, August 6

65. Quigley, M., (2012) INVITED “Our seismic future”, Westpac Bank Leadership Group, March 19

64. Quigley, M., (2012) INVITED “Calm and assured on the outside: communicating earthquake science”. Science Communicators Association of New Zealand Conference (SCANZ 2012), Te Papa, Feb 23, 2012

63. Quigley, M., (2012) INVITED KEYNOTE: “The structural anatomy of New Zealand active faults, from surface to seismogenic depths, Specialist Group in Tectonics and Structural Geology Conference, Geological Society of Australia, Jan 27, 2012

62. Quigley, M., (2011) “Analysis of liquefaction, ground deformation, and subsurface geology in Avonside throughout the Canterbury earthquake sequence, New Zealand” Geoscience Society Conference, Nelson, NZ, November 2011

61. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED “Making the best of a bad situation: life and earthquake science from the Red Zone”, University of Canterbury Science HODs’ Day, Nov 23, 2011

60. Quigley, M., (2011) What has earthquake science done for me lately? Science communication during the Canterbury earthquake sequence, New Zealand Association of Scientists Awards Ceremony: Science Communication Award Acceptance Speech, Nov 9, 2011

59. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED KEYNOTE: “What has earthquake science done for me lately?” Canterbury Education Services Principal’s Breakfast, Oct 27, 2011

58. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED 2011 WELLMAN LECTURE: “Of Life and Earthquake Science in the Red Zone: Insights into the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence”, Victoria University of Wellington, Oct 11, 2011

57. Quigley, M.,(2011) INVITED “A briefing on the Canterbury earthquake sequence, EXPAN Structural Timber Presentation, Sept 28, 2011

56. Quigley, M., (2011) Facilitator for ‘Regaining Solid Ground’, UC Earthquake Forum, Sept 2, 2011

55. Quigley, M. (2011) INVITED KEYNOTE “What’s happening beneath our feet? A science update. Invited Keynote Lecture, Lincoln University, New Zealand: Lincoln University Postgraduate Student Conference, 1 Sep 2011

54. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED: “Standing strong on shaking ground: earthquake science in the aftermath of the Canterbury earthquake sequence” NZ Skeptics Conference, Aug 27, 2011

53. Quigley, M., and Pettinga, J.,(2011) INVITED: “The 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes: Geological and seismological context for what is happening beneath our feet, University of Canterbury Earthquake Lecture Series, July 27, 2011

52. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED: “Standing strong on shaking ground: being a local earth scientist during the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence”, Special Workshop “The Greatest Natural Disasters of our Times”, International  Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly, June 28-July 7, 2011

51. Quigley, M, and Duffy,B., (2011) How does continental lithosphere respond to the transition from subduction to arc-continent collision? Session U04S1, Paper # 4309, International  Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly, June 28-July 7, 2011

50. Quigley M., and 12 others, (2011) INVITED: “Surface rupture during the 2010 Mw 7.1 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake: Implications for fault development, orogenesis, and palaeoseismology”, Session S14S4, Paper # 4308, International  Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly, June 28-July 7, 2011

49. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED: “Impacts of the 2010 Darfield and 2011 Christchurch earthquakes on urban and rural landscapes”, Session S19S1, Paper # 6088, International  Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly, June 28-July 7, 2011

48. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED: “The Canterbury earthquake sequence, our seismic future, and how to fix the east”, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, May 18, 2011

47. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED: “Christchurch 2020: A geologist’s view”, Christchurch City Council ‘Share An Idea’ Community Expo, May 15, 2011

46. Quigley, M., and Villamor, P., (2011) INVITED: “The 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence, earthquake prediction and rural impacts, South Canterbury Federated Farmers Annual General Meeting”, May 13, 2011

45. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED: “The 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence: impacts, ongoing issues, and the future”, Local Government of New Zealand Meeting, April 26, 2011

44. Quigley, M., Fink, D., and Fifield, K., (2011), “Earthquakes, climate, and the long-term denudation of bedrock landscapes”, AMS-12 Conference, Te Papa, Welllington, March 22, 2011

43. *Quigley, M., Duffy, B., and Moody, L., (2011) INVITED: “East Timor Geology and Paleoclimatology Research”, University Canterbury Development Symposium, Feb 17, 2011

42. Quigley, M., (2011) The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: ground deformation, seismology, and tectonic implications, UC Berkeley, Jan 25, 2011

41. Quigley, M., (2011) The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: ground deformation, seismology, and tectonic implications, UC Santa Barbara, Jan 20, 2011

40. Quigley, M, 2011, The remarkable story of the Australia Plate and northern plate boundary in Timor Leste, UC Santa Barbara, Jan 20, 2011

39. Quigley, M, 2011, The remarkable story of the Australia Plate: climate and geodynamics of the continental interior, California Institute of Technology, Jan 19, 2011

38. Quigley, M, (2011)The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: ground deformation, seismology, and tectonic implications, California Institute of Technology, Jan 18, 2011

37. Quigley, M,(2011), The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: a personal account, University of British Columbia, Jan 14, 2011

36. Quigley, M, (2011) The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: a personal account, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Jan 13, 2011

35. Quigley, M, (2011) The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: a personal account, University of Calgary, Jan 11, 2011

34. Quigley, M., (2011) INVITED SMITH LECTURE: The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: a personal account, University of Michigan, Jan 7, 2011

33. Quigley, M., (2011) “The Mw 7.1 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake in New Zealand: a personal account”, University of Western Ontario, Jan 6, 2011

32. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “Cities and earthquakes: How to use the September 4th Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake to make informed decisions on Christchurch’s future”, Christchurch City Council, Nov 16, 2010

31. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “How earthquakes release energy into the environment”, NZ Institute of Management, Special Talk with Cameron Tukapua, Nov 10, 2010

30. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “The 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake: what happened and what’s next?” Christchurch City Public Lecture, James Hay Theatre at Christchurch Town Hall (1000 seats filled, sell out, proceeds to Red Cross) Nov 2, 2010

29. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “What’s happening under the ground?” NZ Office of Foreign Affairs Post-earthquake and recovery information session, Christchurch Netball Centre, Oct 30, 2010

27. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “Ground rupture characteristics of the Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake, Natural Hazards Research Centre Symposium on the Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake, Oct 27, 2010

26. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “The 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake: what happened and what’s next? Monash University, Australia, Oct 22, 2010

25. Quigley, M., 2010, INVITED: “The 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake: what happened and what’s next? UC Open Public Lecture, Oct 20, 2010  (2 lecture theatres, 600 seats filled, 600 turned away)

24. Quigley, M., 2010, INVITED: “The 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake, Christchurch Rotary Club, Sept 28, 2010

23. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “The 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake: what happened and what’s next? UC Staff Lecture, Sept 27, 2010

22. Quigley, M.,(2010), INVITED: “University of Canterbury’s response to the 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake, UC NZ University Liason Meeting, Sept 24, 2010

21. Quigley, M., (2010), INVITED: “The 2010 Darfield (Canterbury) earthquake: what happened and what’s next? UC Geological Students Lecture, Sept 20, 2010

20. Quigley, M., and Villamor, P., 2010, INVITED: “Darfield earthquake: Federated Farmers Meeting Presentation, Sept 10, 2010

19. Quigley, M. (2010) “Writing postgraduate theses and scientific papers”, University of Canterbury Geological Sciences, July, 2010 [get most recent version here]

18. Quigley, M., (2010) INVITED: “Aboriginals and strange landscapes: an Australian story”, St. Margaret’s College, Christchurch, June 15, 2010

17. Quigley, M., (2009) Use of cosmogenic nuclides in tectonic geomorphology research, Geological Society NZ conference, Oamaru, Nov 23, 2009

16. Quigley, M., (2009) Paleoseismology and geomorphic implications of Quaternary earthquakes in arid Ausatralia, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2009, Portland, OR, USA, 18-21 Oct 2009, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 172

15. Quigley, M., Horton, T., Hellstrom, J., and Cupper, M., (2009) Of drought and flooding rains: Holocene precipitation variability in arid Australia from speleothem and alluvial records, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2009, Portland, OR, USA, 18-21 Oct 2009. In GSA Abstracts with Programs 41(7) 227.

14. Quigley, M., Fink, D., and Fifield, K., (2009) Tectonic over climatic control on bedrock erosion: insights from a continent-wide cosmogenic nuclide dataset, International Association of Geomorphologists Conference, Melbourne, July 11, 2009

13. Quigley, M., (2009) How subduction zone dynamics changed global climate 3-4 Myr ago, Geological Society of New Zealand (Canterbury Division), June 9, 2009

12. Quigley, M., Horton, T., Hellstrom, J., Cupper, M (2009) Holocene climate variability in arid Australia from speleothem and alluvial records, INTIMATE workshop – Past Climates meeting, Te Papa, May 17, 2009

11. Quigley, M., (2009) “Romancing the Stone: Exploring Earth Through Geological Sciences”, University of Canterbury Open Day, April 7, 2009

10. Quigley, M., (2008) “Active tectonics, climate change, and bedrock erosion: insights from a continent-wide cosmogenic 10Be database” Geological Society of New Zealand Annual Conference Geosciences ’08, Wellington, NZ, November 25, 2008

9. Quigley, M., (2008) “Active tectonics, climate change and surface processes”, Victoria University of Wellington, September 26, 2008

8. Quigley, M., (2008) “Active tectonics, climate change and surface processes”, Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, Wellington, NZ, September 25, 2008

7. Quigley, M., (2008) Active tectonics, climate change and surface processes, Australian Earth Sciences Convention, Perth, WA, July 23, 2008

6. Quigley, M., (2008) Understanding natural hazards using field geology and geochronology, Australian Earth Sciences Convention 2008

5. Quigley, M., (2008) INVITED KEYNOTE: “Geomorphic and geodynamic implications of Australian neotectonics”, Australia-New Zealand Geomorphology Group Conference in Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia, February 2008

4. Quigley, M., (2008) INVITED: “Active tectonics, climate, and surface processes: quantitative measures and new departures”, University of Canterbury, NZ, February 2008

3. Quigley, M., (2007) INVITED: “Tectonic and climatic influences on landscape evolution in Iran, Mexico and Australia”, Monash University, AUSTRALIA, November 2007

2. Quigley, M., (2007) “Tectonic and climatic influences on the landscapes (and people) of Iran, Mexico and Australia”, University of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA, August 2007

1. Quigley, M., and Sandiford, M., (2007) “Active tectonics, surface uplift, and relief production in the ancient continent: constraints from structural studies and cosmogenic nuclides” University of Adelaide, AUSTRALIA, May 2007