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Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton

Dr Adam H Robinson PhD (Dunelm), MEarthSci (Oxon), FRAS

Research Fellow in Seismology

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Dr Adam Robinson is a Research Fellow in Seismology within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

I am a marine geophysicist, principally working with active source seismic data collected by ship-towed streamers and ocean bottom seismographs. My current research, which forms part of the CHIMNEY project, aims to characterise frequency dependent anisotropy around the Scanner pockmark, in the North Sea.

My previous work has included studies of the internal structure of seamounts, and crustal formation processes at intermediate and slow oceanic-ridge spreading rates.

I have participated in three major geophysical research cruises - JC109, JC114, JC132 - where I have contributed to deployment and recovery of ocean bottom seismographs (OBS), marine mammal observation prior to phases of active seismic shooting, watchkeeping, and the processing and cleaning of the ship-acquired multibeam bathymetry data.

Research interests

  • Active source seismic
  • Oceanic crustal structure
  • Seismic anisotropy

Research group

Geology and Geophysics

Research project(s)

CHIMNEY

STEMM-CCS – Strategies for the Environmental Monitoring of Marine Carbon Capture and Storage

Dr Adam H Robinson
Ocean and Earth Science
National Oceanography Centre Southampton
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus
European Way
Southampton SO14 3ZH
UK
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