18 Nov 2009 Dorian Abbot University of Chicago A consideration of the effects of dust aerosol and surface dust on Snowball Earth deglaciation
4 April 2005 Francis Albarede ENS Lyon Mantle heterogeneities and the geochemistry of mantle dynamics
12 November 2003 Mark Allen CASP Pliocene-Quaternary re-organization of the Arabia-Eurasia collision: matching short-term and long-term deformation rates
11 Mar 2009 Mark Allen University of Durham Evolution of the Arabia-Eurasia collision
19 January 2005 Julian Andrews University of East Anglia Building microbial bioherms in the Quaternary Gulf of Corinth
12 February 2003 Stephen Arrowsmith University of Leeds Seismic images reveal plume-lithosphere interaction beneath the British Isles
28 Apr 2010 Julien Aubert IPGP, Paris Numerical geodynamo modelling - Deciphering the magnetic signal
19 November 2003 Hakon Austrheim University of Oslo Metamorphism and earthquakes in continental root zones
6 July 2004 Jean-Phillipe Avouac Caltech Mountain building and the seismic cycle of the Himalaya
23 November 2005 Penny Barton University of Cambridge Between a rock and a hard place: tall tales and new data from Chicxulub
12 March 2008 Penny Barton University of Cambridge Inside the Chicxulub impact crater
21 May 2003 Rebecca Bendick University of Cambridge Stretching, bending and tilting: crustal deformation and simple topographic shapes
29 October 2003 Mike Bickle University of Cambridge The Himalayas and long-term climate change
4 Nov 2009 Juliet Biggs University of Oxford Actively deforming magma systems in the East African Rift
16 October 2002 Magali Billen University of Leeds Weak zones and lithosphere deformation in obliquely-convergent margins
10 February 2004 Julian Bommer Imperial College London Will the Earth move for you? Issues in the estimation of ground-shaking seismic hazard
26 April 2006 Lapo Boschi ETH Zurich On the relevance of Born theory in global seismic tomography
16 May 2007 Jean Braun University of Rennes A new approach to solving 3D geodynamical problems: applications to folding, subduction and other large-scale flows
21 January 2004 Jonathan Bull NOC, Southampton Normal fault growth and linkage in the Whakatane Graben, New Zealand
1 November 2006 Michel Campillo Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble Phase and correlation in random seismic fields: imaging with background noise and coda
3 Feb 2010 Michael Carpenter University of Cambridge Elastic anomalies and anelastic loss mechanisms due to phase transitions in minerals
13 November 2002 Charles Carrigan Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Models of magma transport and chemical zoning
20 Jan 2010 Andy Carter University College, London Geochronological studies on causes and consequences of an expanding eastern Tibet
30 May 2009 Andy Chadwick British Geological Survey Quantitative monitoring of underground CO2 storage
8 February 2005 Chris Chapman Schlumberger Cambridge Research The tsunami: personal experience and wave propagation
10 May 2010 Vernon Cormier University of Connecticut Laterally varying structure and solidification texture of the inner core
5 February 2003 Vincent Courtillot IPG Paris Plumes and Earth's dynamic history: from core to biosphere
28 November 2007 Dickson Cunningham University of Leicester Lidar work in Slovenia
30 October 2002 Brian Dade University of Cambridge Bedrock channel processes and form in active mountain belts
16 November 2005 Shamita Das University of Oxford The fastest earthquake speed ever detected: The 2001 Kunlun, Tibet earthquake
19 May 2010 Rhodri Davies Imperial College London Thermally-driven mantle plumes reconcile multiple hot-spot observations
24 May 2006 Eric Debayle University of Strasbourg The upper mantle as seen by surface waves
24 Feb 2010 Alexander Densmore Durham University Surface rupture and landsliding in the great 12 May 2008 Sichuan earthquake
6 May 2007 Tara Deen British Antarctic Survey An overview of geophysical research at BAS
23 February 2005 Arwen Deuss University of Cambridge Probing Earth's deep interior using mantle discontinuities
14 May 2003 Julian Dowdeswell SPRI, University of Cambridge Geophysical investigations of past and present glaciers and ice sheets
7 May 2003 Zhijan Du ITG, University of Cambridge Receiver functions and surface waves: Joint probing of Iceland crust and mantle structures
11 Feb 2009 Marie Edmonds University of Cambridge Volatiles in arc magmas and their role triggering and sustaining volcanic eruptions
22 October 2002 John Eichelberger University of Alaska Nuclear testing in a wildlife refuge and subduction zone
14 March 2007 Leo Eisner Schlumberger Cambridge Research Seismic images of hydraulic fracture
26 February 2004 Bob Engdahl University of Colorado Ability of a global three-dimensional crust and upper mantle model to locate regional events
4 February 2004 Richard England University of Leicester The seismic velocity structure of the UK
4 Mar 2009 Ana Ferreira University of East Anglia Global Radial Anisotropy in the Earth's Upper Mantle and Transition Zone
5 May 2004 Eric Fielding JPL, Caltech 2003 Bam, Iran, earthquake: Rupture of a blind strike-slip fault revealed by SAR interferometry
25 October 2006 Stewart Fishwick University of Cambridge Surface wave tomography: insights into the structure of the upper mantle beneath Australia
22 October 2008 Godfrey Fitton University of Edinburgh Thermal and fertility pulses in the Iceland Plume
17 October 2007 Phil Gans UC Santa Barbara Dismantling the paradigm of Cordilleran metamorphic core complexes: new evidence for footwall rotation, episodic unroofing, and tectonic heredity
27 October 2004 Ken Gledhill IGNS, New Zealand Seismic anisotropy and New Zealand tectonics: A decade of observation and interpretation
19 October 2005 Saskia Goes Imperial College London Seismic constraints on the thermal structure of continental lithosphere
3 November 2004 Rod Graham Amerada Hess Aspects (that no-one wants to hear) of the evolution of the South Caspian
1 February 2006 George Helffrich University of Bristol Seismological constraints on outer core composition
25 January 2006 Tim Henstock NOC, Southampton Morphology of the Sumatra subduction zone: Rupture to the seafloor during major plate boundary earthquakes?
23 April 2008 George Hetenyi University of Leeds Structure and evolution of the lithosphere in the Himalaya-Tibet region
24 October 2007 John Hiller University of Cambridge Finding and modelling the population of submarine volcanoes
29 November 2006 Richard Hobbs University of Durham Statistically determining errors of velocity models
14 Oct 2009 David Hodell Univesity of Cambridge Unfinished business regarding the Milankovitch theory of the Ice Ages
18 May 2005 Bob Holdsworth University of Durham The geology of weak fault zones
2 November 2005 Marian Holness University of Cambridge Magma chamber history inferred from petrographic observations of late-stage cumulate evolution
27 February 2008 Greg Houseman University of Leeds Lithospheric instability and intra-orogenic extension
11 February 2004 Niels Hovius University of Cambridge Erosion of the Taiwan Orogen
31 October 2007 Aurelia Hubert-Ferrari Royal Observatory of Belgium The Kuche fold-and-thrust belt (western China): Structure and related folding of the landscape
7 May 2008 Jeroen van Hunen University of Durham On the evolution of plate tectonics
20 May 2005 Ted Irving Geological Survey of Canada Paleolatitudes and their role in geological arguments
26 November 2007 Steinunn Jakobsdottir Icelandic Meteorological Office A magmatic origin for the 2007 micro-earthquake swarms at Upptayingar, Iceland?
3 February 2004 Marion Jegen University of Cambridge Joint inversion of marine MT, gravity and seismic data
6 November 2002 Steve Jones University of Cambridge Shape and size of the Iceland Plume through time
26 October 2005 Rob Jones Schlumberger Cambridge Research Microseismicity and the oil business
20 November 2002 Edouard Kaminski IPG Paris The link between seismic anisotropy and mantle zoning
11 October 2006 Richard Katz DAMTP, University of Cambridge The deep roots of volcanoes: models of magma-mantle interaction
22 November 2006 Mike Kendall University of Bristol Passive seismic monitoring, seismic anisotropy, and the state of stress in a reservoir
29 January 2003 Amir Khan University of Copenhagen Does the Moon possess a core?
18 February 2004 Rainer Kind GFZ Potsdam On the topography of the 410 and 660 km mantle discontinuities
22 January 2003 Corne Kreemer ENS Paris A global strain rate model: What is it, and what can we learn from it?
12 May 2010 Dietrich Lange University of Cambridge Structure and Lateral Variation of the West Sumatran Subduction Zone as Revealed by Local Seismicity
9 November 2005 Helen Lau Dalhousie University, Canada Structure of the Eastern Grand Banks / Newfoundland Basin Rifted Margin
4 Feb 2009 Andy Leonard BP The North Sea: there is life in the old dog yet
14 November 2007 Mike Leeder University of East Anglia New readings from the rock record: linking the micro to mega scales of tectonics and sedimentation in the last 5 my of Corinth Rift history
15 October 2008 Carolina Lithgow-Bertelloni Imperial College London Topography: a window into the Earth's mantle
12 May 2004 Roy Livermore British Antarctic Survey Drake Passage opening: Tectonic control of Cenozoic climate change
3 December 2008 Lidia Lonergan Imperial College London Reconstructing the Pleistocene glacial history of the Central North Sea using 3D seismic data
21 Jan 2009 Bryan Lovell University of Cambridge Hot blobs, swells and sea level
15 February 2006 Matt Luheshi BP Monitoring oil and gas reserves with 4D seismic
30 January 2008 Lucy Macgregor OHM Surveys Ltd Recent developments in controlled-source EM
14 Jan 2009 David Mackay University of Cambridge Sustainable energy plans that add up.
8 March 2006 John Maclennan University of Cambridge Melting, mixing and crystallisation: Controls on compositional variation in Icelandic basalts
24 January 2007 Marcia Maia University of Brest Some observational constraints on ridge-hotspot interactions
7 November 2007 Doug Masson NOC, Southampton Submarine landslides: processes, triggers and hazard prediction
29 April 2009 John McCloskey University of Ulster What will the next Sumatran earthquake be like?
30 April 2008 Bertrand Meyer Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris Active tectonics of the Anatolia-Aegean extension
7 March 2007 Tim Minshull NOC, Southampton Some observations of highly-extended continental lithosphere
28 May 2003 Robert Muir-Wood Risk Management Solutions Ltd Catastrophic risk modelling of earthquakes: from seismotectonics to Cat Bond triggers
17 Feb 2010 Jerome Neufeld University of Cambridge Sweeping carbon under the geological rug: leakage and mixing in carbon sequestration
10 Mar 2010 James Ni New Mexico State University Slab geometry and mantle flow in the Rivera-Cocos subduction zone
16 February 2005 Francis Nimmo UCLA Extension on Europa
27 Jan 2010 Ed Nissen University of Cambridge New insights into folding and faulting in the Zagros mountains (Iran)
18 October 2006 Yaoling Niu University of Durham Global MORB chemistry and ridge axial depth: a new interpretation
30 April 2003 Richard Norris University of Otago, New Zealand Localised versus distributed deformation: How plate boundary motion is accommodated within the crust of South Island, New Zealand
14 May 2008 Sinan Ozeren University of Istanbul Mathematical modelling of landslide tsunami generation and run-up: Lessons from the Sea of Marmara
20 February 2008 Graham Pearson University of Durham Making continental roots and continental crust
7 February 2007 Helle Pederson LGIT, Grenoble Vertical and lateral changes in composition beneath a craton as revealed by seismic surface waves
26 November 2003 Marta Perez-Gussinye University of Oxford Recovering effective elastic thickness with spectral methods: examples from synthetic data and the Fennoscandian Shield
26 February 2003 Keith Priestley University of Cambridge Structure and compensation of the continental roots
28 February 2007 Keith Priestley University of Cambridge Mapping the lithosphere with surface waves
10 November 2004 David Pyle University of Cambridge Seasonality of volcanic eruptions: causes and consequences
9 February 2005 Simon Redfern University of Cambridge How relaxed is Earth? Anelasticity of microstructured minerals at seismic frequencies
2 February 2005 Tim Reston ifM-GEOMAR, Kiel Rifted margins
26 May 2004 Randy Richardson University of Arizona The geoid: constraints on lithospheric density across continent-ocean margins and on geodynamic forces
5 November 2003 Andreas Rietbrock University of Liverpool Seismological investigations in the Central Andes
30 April 2009 Jeroen Ritsema University of Michigan Global seismic tomography
21 November 2007 Jeff Ritz Universite Montpellier Gurvan Bogd mountain range: active fault and mountain building processes
29 October 2008 Steve Roecker Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York The state of the upper mantle beneath an active intracontinental orogen: images of the Tien Shan from the GHENGIS and MANAS investigations.
15 March 2006 Diana Roman University of Leeds The origin of volcanotectonic earthquake swarms
24 November 2004 Almar de Ronde University of Basel Interactions between metamorphism and deformation: An experimental study on Plagioclase-Olivine rocks
5 November 2008 Sebastian Rost University of Leeds Structure and dynamics of ultra-low velocity zones
13 May 2009 John Rudge University of Cambridge A geochemical model of the formation of the Earth's core
10 October 2007 Hazel Rymer Open University Magmatic processes at persistently active volcanoes and calderas in a state of unrest: insights from micro-gravity
22 August 2005 Claire Samson Carleton University, Canada Current MT activities as part of the Canadian Polaris project
8 November 2006 Mike Searle University of Oxford Geological constraints on the Himalaya-Tibet collision process
10 October 2005 Mark Shann BP Evolution of North Africa from the Permo-Triassic: a pharonic perspective
13 February 2008 Nikolai Shapiro IPG Paris Process-orientated surface wave tomography
2 May 2007 Peter Shearer Scripps Institution of Oceanography Seismic scattering in the lower mantle: evidence for small-scale chemical heterogeneity
9 February 2005 Kerry Sieh Caltech Sunduction-related uplift and depression offshore Sumatra
20 November 2008 Ken Sims Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Determining the timescales of magmatic processes from measurement of short-lived U- and Th-decay series isotopes in volcanic gases and lavas.
25 May 2005 Hugh Sinclair University of Edinburgh The natural asymmetry of mountain belts: accretion, erosion and sedimentation in the Pyrenees
28 Oct 2009 Satish Singh IPGP, Paris Great Sumatran earthquakes and tsunamis from recent marine studies
19 May 2004 Dirk Smit Shell Advances in reservoir characterization and monitoring using potential field technology: gravimetry sensors and applications
21 Oct 2009 Andy Smith British Antarctic Survey Grumbling Glaciers: Microearthquakes and subglacial dynamics in Antarctica
18 December 2002 Paula Smith University of Cambridge A new approach to thermodynamic modelling of peridotite melting
25 April 2007 David Snyder Geological Survey of Canada Architecture and construction of the Slave craton derived from joint interpretation of multiple seismic techniques and geochemistry
2 January 2005 Heidi Soosalu University of Cambridge Seismic and geodetic evidence of a cryptodome at the Katla volcano, South Iceland
12 January 2005 Roman Spitzer University of Cambridge Advances in seismic imaging through basalts: a case study from the Faroe-Shetland Basin
25 February 2004 Graham Stewart University of Leeds Structure of the transition from continental to oceanic rifting: the northern Ethiopian Rift
6 May 2009 Lars Stixrude University College London From Minerals to Mantles: the Planetary Mosaic
10 May 2006 Erik Sturkell Nordic Volcanological Center Present-day volcano deformation in Iceland
13 October 2004 Christine Thomas University of Liverpool The structure of the D” region from seismological observations
23 January 2008 Frederik Tilmann University of Cambridge Seismological insights into the subduction process
17 November 2004 Vincent Tong Imperial College London Seismic studies of the East Pacific Rise
6 February 2008 Sasha Turchyn University of Cambridge Oxygen isotope insights into the marine sulphur cycle
11 August 2005 Martyn Unsworth University of Alberta The rise and fall of the Tibetan Plateau: new constraints from INDEPTH geophysical data
23 May 2007 Steve Vincent CASP What field sedimentology in the Caucasus can tell you about the Arabia-Eurasia collision
30 November 2005 Richard Walker University of Oxford Determining the rates of faulting in Iran
12 November 2008 Richard Walker University of Oxford The active tectonics of aseismic regions: examples from Mongolia and Iran
22 February 2006 Michael Weber GFZ Potsdam Plumes, intrusions, shear zones and gas hydrates studied by the combination of geophysical methods
5 February 2003 Nicky White University of Cambridge And FIRST shall be last: Deep seismic profile across Falkland Plateau
17 March 2004 Bob White University of Cambridge Magmatism in the North Atlantic region during early Tertiary continental rifting
20 October 2004 David White Schlumberger Cambridge Research Drilling and the challenges facing the oil industry
11 May 2005 Nicky White University of Cambridge The Black Sea seismic experiment
31 January 2007 Nicky White University of Cambridge Modelling lithospheric deformation through space and time
21 May 2008 Bob White University of Cambridge Melting under rifts during continental breakup
3 December 2003 Andy Woods BPI Magma chambers and control of volcanic eruptions
3 Mar 2010 Andy Woods University of Cambridge On Carbon Sequestration
17 May 2006 James Wookey University of Bristol Post-perovskite: a new perspective on the nature of lowermost mantle
5 March 2008 Tim Wright University of Leeds Splitting a continent in Afar, Ethiopia: the 2005-20?? Dabbahu rifting episode
21 April 2004 Kiyoshi Yomogida Hokkaido University Imaging and quantification of small-scale heterogeneities in the crust and upper mantle
16 January 2008 Xiaohui Yuan GFZ Potsdam What can we learn from the S receiver functions?