My prime research interest is the investigation of processes relating to fluid and magma migration and emplacement in the Earth’s crust and the effect on volcanic processes. The overarching aim of my research is to gain a better understanding of how volcanoes work.
I am particularly interested in restless volcanoes and pre-eruptive processes using multi-parameter datasets including gravity changes and ground deformation. These investigations permit the quantification of mass, density and stress variations at depth, which are employed to shed light on recharge processes in magmatic and/or hydrothermal systems at depth. Modeling of processes which explain observed data ...
Reader in Research, Univ. Bristol (2012)
Senior Lecturer, Univ. Bristol (2010)
Royal Society University Research Fellow, Univ. Bristol since 11/2005-11/2013
Ramon y Cajal Fellow CSIC, Barcelona (Spain) 2004-5
Marie Curie Fellow at the Open University (UK) 2003-4
PDRA at the Open University (UK) 2001-3
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