Earth and Planetary Science

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The origin and early evolution of mammals: study of an exceptional skeleton from the Middle Jurassic of Skye, Scotland

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I am originally trained as a theoretical physicist and my PhD is in mathematical physics from Heriot-Watt University. I am broadly interested in mathematical models in geophysics. In the past I have worked in the modelling of metamaterials for electromagnetic reflectors and in the seismic and hydraulic modelling of subglacial environments.

I am currently trying to understand the intricacies of the elastic behaviour of partially saturated poroelastic media. I am developing a pore-network model that will hopefully capture these intricacies and whose aim will be to simulate the conditions found in CO2-storage reservoirs. It will therefore be suited to monitor the mobility of CO2 in these environments. I do most -if not all- of my model implementations in the software package Mathematica.

My funding comes from the DiSECCS EPSRC grant and I collaborate with Mark Chapman (Edinburgh), Kelvin Amalokwu (NOC) and Xiaoyang Wu(BGS).

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Volatile (Boron) Cycling

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Isotope Geochemistry
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Thermochronology

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Separating magnetic field sources using the Swarm satellite constellation

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in CO2EOR from Residual Oil Zones in the North Sea

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A new tool for determining oxidation state of the interiors of Earth, Moon and Mars

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