Sedimentology and surface processes
The department conducts a wide range of research in this area, often applying exciting new analytical and modelling techniques to traditional problems in Earth Science. If you are interested in one of the projects listed below please feel free to contact the associated staff.
Investigate the thermal history of oil and gas shales using clumped isotope geochemistry [Info Sheet - thermal history of oil and gas shales]
1 PhD studentship available, closing date for applications is 9 April 2018.
Pore scale release and transport of oil by low salinity water
An iCASE Studentship with BP at Sunbury – 4 years funding with internship [Info sheet - EPSRC iCASE studentship at BP]
Histories of mantle convection: Constraints from Arabia's landscape [details]
Modelling carbonate heterogeneities using numerical approaches [details]
Cédric M. John
Modeling landscape evolution through space and time [Landscape_PhD_2016]
Quantifying landscape response to the growth and interaction of reverse faults, Western Transverse Ranges, USA [details]
Continental Uplift and Erosion From Drainage Patterns: Predicting Sedimentary Flux to Passive Margins [O_and_G_PhD2017b]
Assessing seismic and tsunami hazard offshore Los Angeles [Info Sheet - Offshore Los Angeles Seismic and Tsunami Hazard]
Investigating landscape response to active normal faulting: Improving understanding of seismic hazard in the Corinth Rift, Central Greece [Info Sheet - Landscape response to active faulting]
Firing the sediment gun: landscape response to active normal faulting in source to sink systems [Info Sheet - Sediment gun]
Alex Whittaker, Dan Hobley (University of Cardiff) and Rebecca Bell