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Professor Michael Kendall

Professor Michael Kendall

Professor Michael Kendall
BSc, PhD(Qu)

University Research Fellow in Earth Sciences
Professor

Area of research

The nature of the core-mantle boundary, continental cratons, continental rifting, mid-ocean ridges, and subduction zones

Office G22
Wills Memorial Building,
Queen's Road, Clifton BS8 1RJ
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 331 5126

Research summary

Mike's research interests cover pure and applied seismology, with connections to mineral physics, geodynamics and engineering. Current research concentrates on the nature of the core-mantle boundary, continental cratons, continental rifting, mid-ocean ridges, and subduction zones. He has led seismic field experiments in a range of geologic settings.

Techniques developed to study wave propagation in the deep Earth have also been applied to his research in exploration seismology. His interests lie in microseismicity and passive seismic monitoring, rock-fracture characterization, and linked geophysics, geomechanics and fluid-flow modelling. He has managed a number of large industry-funded consortia.

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Biography

Mike is Professor of Seismology at the University of Bristol. He has a PhD in Geophysics from Queen's University in Canada and he was a NSERC postdoctoral fellow at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in the USA. He has had faculty positions at the University of Toronto and the University of Leeds, and he worked briefly for Chevron Canada Resources in Calgary. He is currently president of the British Geophysical Association and vice-president (Geophysics) of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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Selected publications

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Recent publications

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