Project Title: Volatile recycling at the Lesser Antilles arc: A geophysical study
Project Supervisor: Dr Jenny Collier
I am currently a PhD student at Imperial College working as part of the VOILA (Volatile Cycling in the Lesser Antilles Arc) research programme. As a marine geophysicist within the group I work primarily with a combination of controlled source seismic data (most importantly an OBS seismic data set being collected in early 2017 by the R.S.S. James Cook) and potential field data in order to understand the role that the subduction of water has played in the long-term evolution of the Antilles arc.
et al., 2020, Wide‐angle seismic imaging of two modes of crustal accretion in mature Atlantic Ocean crust, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, Vol:125, ISSN:2169-9313, Pages:1-21
et al., 2020, Variable water input controls evolution of the Lesser Antilles volcanic arc, Nature, Vol:582, ISSN:0028-0836, Pages:525-529
et al., 2020, Along‐arc heterogeneity in local seismicity across the lesser antilles subduction zone from a dense ocean‐bottom seismometer network, Seismological Research Letters, Vol:91, ISSN:0895-0695, Pages:237-247
et al., 2019, The role of arc migration in the development of the Lesser Antilles: a new tectonic model for the Cenozoic evolution of the eastern Caribbean, Geology, Vol:47, ISSN:0091-7613, Pages:891-895
et al., 2018, 30 years in the life of an active submarine volcano: A time-lapse bathymetry study of the Kick-‘em-Jenny Volcano, Lesser Antilles, G3: Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, Vol:19, ISSN:1525-2027, Pages:715-731