As a marine geophysicist I work primarily with a combination of controlled source seismic and potential field data in order to understand regional tectonic processes. My PhD was conducted as part of the VoiLA (Volatile Cycling in the Lesser Antilles Arc) research programme, and in particular, focused on the role that the subduction of water has played in the long-term evolution of the Antilles arc.
et al., 2021, Variation in Upper Plate Crustal and Lithospheric Mantle Structure in the Greater and Lesser Antilles From Ambient Noise Tomography, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Vol:22
Allen RW, 2021, Shedding New Light on an Enigmatic End Member of Back-Arc Spreading: The Structure of the Grenada Basin in the Lesser Antilles, Journal of Geophysical Research-solid Earth, Vol:126, ISSN:2169-9313
et al., 2020, Seafloor sediment thickness beneath the VoiLA broad-band ocean-bottom seismometer deployment in the Lesser Antilles from P-to-S delay times, Geophysical Journal International, Vol:223, ISSN:0956-540X, Pages:1758-1768
et al., 2020, Variable water input controls evolution of the Lesser Antilles volcanic arc (vol 87, pg 931, 2020), Nature, Vol:584, ISSN:0028-0836, Pages:E36-E36
et al., 2020, Variable water input controls evolution of the Lesser Antilles volcanic arc, Nature, Vol:582, ISSN:0028-0836, Pages:525-529