Dr Anne Whitworth is a geoscientist, specialised in environmental geochemistry and hydrogeology.

Anne has three years’ experience working in the mining industry as a graduate hydrogeologist where she supported hydrogeologists and environmental advisors with surface water and groundwater resource management, and acid mine drainage prevention and management projects.

Anne recently completed her PhD studies in environmental geochemistry at Monash University where she studied the formation and behaviour of jarosite in acidic, sulphate-rich environments. Anne is currently involved in a four-year project at the W.H. Bryan Mining and Geology Research Centre, on secondary prospectivity of mine waste with a focus on critical mineral exploration.

Publications:

Conference Abstracts

Anne J Whitworth, Helen EA Brand, Siobhan A Wilson, Andrew J Frierdich, 2019. “Iron isotope geochemistry and mineralogy of jarosite in sulphur-rich sediments”, Goldschmidt Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 18th – 23rd August 2019.

Anne J Whitworth, Helen EA Brand, Siobhan A Wilson, Andrew J Frierdich, 2018. “Iron isotope geochemistry and mineralogy of jarosite in sulphur-rich sediments”, 31st Victorian Universities Earth and Environment Sciences Conference, Clayton, Victoria, Australia, 8th – 9th November 2018.

Anne J Whitworth, Helen EA Brand, Siobhan A Wilson, Andrew J Frierdich, 2018. “Iron isotope geochemistry and mineralogy of jarosite in sulphur-rich sediments”, XXII Meeting of the International Mineralogical Association (IMA), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 13th – 17th August 2018.

Anne J Whitworth, 2012. “Understanding the context of orogenic gold deposits in Archaean terranes: architecture & evolution of the stratigraphy north of the Waroonga Complex, Agnew, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia”, 25th Victorian Universities Earth and Environmental Science Conference, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia, Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, vol: 104, p46.