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Research project

Emplacement process and timing of large volcanic debris avalanches, Montserrat, Lesser Antilles: Implications for volcanic and tsunami hazards

Staff

Lead researcher

Professor Tim Minshull

Professor in Ocean & Earth Science

Research interests

  • Continental breakup and the onset of seafloor spreading
  • Methane hydrate beneath the seafloor and its role in the Earth system
  • Exploration geophysics: seismic and electromagnetic imaging
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Other researchers

Professor Tim Henstock

Professor of Geophysics
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Research outputs

S.F.L. Watt, P.J. Talling, M.E. Vardy, D.G. Masson, T.J. Henstock, V. Huhnerbach, T.A. Minshull, M. Urlaub, E. Lebas, A. Le Friant, C. Berndt, G.J. Crutchley & J. Karstens, 2012, Marine Geology, 323-325, 69-94
Type: article
S.F.L. Watt, P.J. Talling, M.E. Vardy, V. Heller, V. Huhnerbach, Morelia Urlaub, Sudipta Sarkar, D.G. Masson, T.J. Henstock, T.A. Minshull, M. Paulatto, A Le Friant, E Lebas, C. Berndt, G Crutchley, J Karstens, A Stinton & F Maeno, 2012, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 319-320, 228-240
Type: article