Student Profile

Jackson School of Geosciences

Margaret Odlum

Margaret Odlum
B.S., Geology, UCLA, 2013

Mailcode: C9000


Committee Members

My research focuses on tectonic inversion in the Pyrenees mountains of Spain and France. I am using multi-mineral geo- and thermochronology to study the rift and inversion evolution in the eastern Pyrenees and how inherited rift architecture controlled the early orogenic deformation and incipient foreland basin evolution and sediment routing systems.

SEPM Student Research Grant - Society for Sedimentary Geology (2017)

GSA Graduate Student Research Grant - Geological Society of America (2017)

Statoil Fellowship - UT Austin (2016 - 2018)

Alexander and Geraldine Wanek Memorial Grant - AAPG Grants-in-Aid (2016)

GSA Graduate Student Research Grant - Geological Society of America (2015)

AAPG Student Research Grant - AAPG Grants-in-Aid (2015)

UCLA ESS Class of 2013 Valedictorian - UCLA Department of Earth and Space Sciences (2013)

Deane Oberste-Lehn Academic Scholarship - UCLA Department of Earth and Space Sciences (2013)

Vice President, Jackson School of Geoscience: Graduate Student Executive Committee (2016 - 2017)

Thermotectonic evolution of the North Pyrenean Agly Massif from hyperextension through inversion using multi-mineral thermochronometry, EGU Annual Meeting, Vienna, Austria (2017)

Long lived isolated Southern Pyrenean foreland source to sink systems: constraints from detrital zircon double-dating and detrital rutile U-Pb geochronology, SEPM Research Conference "Propagation of environmental signals in source-to-sink stratigraphy", Ainsa, Spain (2017)

Provenance evolution of Southern Pyrenees foreland basin fill during inversion and early orogenesis using detrital zircon (U-Th)/(He-Pb) double dating, AGU Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California (2016)