Professor Jonathan Bull is based within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton. His current research focusses on understanding and quantifying fluid flow within sediments and across the seabed; measurement, monitoring and verification related to carbon capture and storage. His broad interests include marine geophysics, high resolution reflection seismology, passive acoustics, tectonics, the northern Indian Ocean.
- Fluid Flow and Carbon Capture and Storage
- Monitoring, Measurement and Verification
- Marine Geophysics
- Structural Geology
My research currently focusses on resolving and quantifying fluid flow within the marine environment, both beneath the seabed and into the water column using active and passive acoustics. I work on a variety of research topics across the spectrum of marine geophysics, structural geology and surface processes, with particular emphasis on acoustic imaging.
Current PhD Students
Jon has taught a broad range of courses in marine geology and geophysics, creating and delivering modules from first year undergraduate to Master levels.
He currently co-ordinates and teaches the second year module Exploration Geophysics and Remote Sensing.