My research is in global theoretical and observational seismolology, which I use to study the Earth's lowermost mantle. My PhD project — funded by the Natural Environment Reasearch Council GW4+ Doctoral Training Program — is focused on improving our understanding of seismic anisotropy in the Earth's lowermost mantle. My most recent research has been in developing a new method for robustly resolving signals from the lowermost mantle in SKS-SKKS shear-wave splitting observations. I have applied our new methods to study the lowermost mantle beneath the Easter Pacific and am now focused on expanding the scope of my work.
Geophysical Journal International
New techniques for the robust detection and quantification of seismic anisotropy in the lowermost mantle