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Dr James Verdon

Dr James Verdon

Dr James Verdon
MA (Cambr), MSci (Cambr), PhD(Bristol)

Lecturer

Area of research

Geophysical Imaging and Geomechanical Behaviour of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs

Office L128
Wills Memorial Building,
Queens Road, Clifton BS8 1RJ
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+44 (0) 117 331 5135

Summary

I am an applied geophysicist whose studies the geomechanical impacts of subsurface human activities. Particular research interests include fault reactivation and induced seismicity during subsurface fluid injection; using geophysical methods such as micro-seismicity and seismic anisotropy to image rock fractures; and using computational modelling to simulate the geomechanical impact of subsurface activities.

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Teaching

Level 4: Frontiers of Earth Science

Level 3: Petroleum Sedimentology

Level 2: Field Geology, Almeria, SE Spain

Keywords

  • microseismic monitoring
  • fractures
  • seismic anisotropy
  • geomechanical modelling
  • finite element analysis
  • rock physics
  • shale gas
  • carbon capture and storage

Selected publications

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Recent publications

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Courses

Dr Verdon currently teaches 3 courses:

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