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Mr Daniel Possee MSci

Postgraduate research student

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Mr Daniel Possee is a Postgraduate research student within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

2011-2015: MSci in Geology, University of Bristol (1st Class)

Research interests

My primary research interest is in passive seismology, with a focus on using it as a tool to image crustal and upper mantle structures across the North American and Caribbean plate boundary. My current focus is on resolving the nature of the anisotropy beneath this region using splitting analyses on teleseismic phases.

For my MSci research project I worked on the uranium mineralisation of Northern Portugal. Assessing our ability to characterise these minerals based on their chemical signature and the wider implication this causes for Nuclear Forensics.

Research project: Seismic imaging of the crust and mantle beneath Haiti and the Caribbean Sea

Supervisors:

Derek Keir
Nick Harmon
Catherine Rychert
Tim Henstock

Research group

Geology and Geophysics

Research project(s)

Trans-Haiti: Crustal-scale geodynamics of the Hispaniola boundary in the Caribbean

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