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 Dr. Russel Bailie

Position: Senior Lecturer
Department: Department of Earth Science
Faculty: Faculty of Natural Science
Qualifications: BSc, BSc (Hons.), MSc, PhD
Tel: 021 959 2637
Fax: 021 959 1317/2438
Email: rbailie@uwc.ac.za
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Biography

 Received his BSc (Geology) from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa in 1994. He obtained his Honours in 1995 and MSc in 1998 from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and his PhD from the University of Johannesburg in 2009. He has worked for the Council for Geoscience, South Africa as well as in the exploration industry for South African consulting companies CCIC and MSA Geoservices, particularly for the platinum industry. He is currently senior lecturer in the Department of Earth Sciences, University of the Western Cape, which he started in 2009. He has research interests in tectonic evolution, economic geology, geochemistry and igneous and metamorphic petrology.

Publications

  • Bailie, R., Rajesh, H.M., Gutzmer, J. (2012). Bimodal volcanism at the western margin of the Kaapvaal Craton in the aftermath of collisional events during the Namaqua-Natal Orogeny: The Koras Group, South Africa. Precambrian Research 200-203, 163-183. ​​

  • Bailie, R., Gutzmer, J. and Rajesh, H.M. (2011). Petrography, geochemistry and geochronology of the metavolcanic rocks of the Mesoproterozoic Leerkrans Formation, Wilgenhoutsdrif Group, South Africa – back-arc basin to the Areachap volcanic arc. South African Journal of Geology 114, 167-194. 

  • Bailie, R., Gutzmer, J. (2011). Age and primary architecture of the Copperton Zn-Cu VMS deposit, Northern Cape Province, South Africa. Ore Geology Reviews 39, 164-179. 

  • Bailie, R., Gutzmer, J., Rajesh, H.M., Armstrong, R. (2011). Age of ferroan A-type post-tectonic granitoids of the southern part of the Keimoes Suite, Northern Cape Province, South Africa. Journal of African Earth Sciences 60, 153-174. 

  • Bailie, R., Gutzmer, J., Rajesh, H. (2010). Lithogeochemistry as a tracer of the tectonic setting, lateral integrity and mineralisation of a highly metamorphosed Mesoproterozoic volcanic arc sequence on the eastern margin of the Namaqua Province, South Africa. Lithos 119, 345-362.

  • Bailie, R.H., Gutzmer, J., Strauss, H., Stüeken, E., McClung, C. (2010). Sulfur isotope characteristics of metamorphosed Zn-Cu volcanogenic massive sulphides in the Areachap Group, Northern Cape Province, South Africa. Mineralium Deposita 45, 481-496. 

  • Bailie, R.H., Armstrong, R.A. and Reid D.L. (2008). Response to the papers by Bailie et al. concerning the age and deposition of the Bushmanland Group (South African Journal of Geology, 110, 59-86) and single zircon ages of the Aggeneys Granite Suite (South African Journal of Geology, 110, 87-110). South African Journal of Geology 111, 112-113.

  •  Bailie, R.H., Armstrong, R.A. and Reid, D.L. (2007). The Bushmanland Group supracrustal succession, Aggeneys, Bushmanland, South Africa: Provenance, age of deposition and metamorphism. South African Journal of Geology 110, 59-86. 

  •  Bailie, R.H., Armstrong, R.A. and Reid, D.L. (2007). Composition and single zircon U-Pb emplacement and metamorphic ages of the Aggeneys Granite Suite, Bushmanland, South Africa. South African Journal of Geology 110, 87-110. 

  •  Lacassie, J.P., McClung, C.R., Bailie, R.H., Gutzmer, J. and Ruiz-del-Solar, J. (2006). Geochemical patterns of schists from the Bushmanland Group: An artificial neural networks approach, Journal of Geochemical Exploration 91, 81-98. 

  •  Bailie, R.H. and Reid, D.L. (2005). Ore textures and possible sulphide partial melting at Broken Hill, Aggeneys, South Africa I: Petrography, South African Journal of Geology 108, 51-70. 

  •  Bailie, R.H. and Robb, L.J. (2004). Polymetallic mineralization in the granites of the Bushveld Complex – examples from the central southeastern lobe. South African Journal of Geology 107, 633-652. 




 

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