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I am an AXA Postdoctoral Fellow in the Active Margins group. My research involves the use of geophysical techniques and numerical modelling to study active volcanic and tectonic settings.
Current research project: Seismic Tomography in the Central Lesser Antilles
I am currently focusing on constraining the properties of the megathrust fault in the Central Lesser Antilles using joint active source/local earthquake tomography. Click here for more info.
The Rainbow project: Nonvolcanic crustal accretion on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
In 2013 I was sponsored by InterRidge to join a scientific expedition to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The objective was to survey the Rainbow hydrothermal field, a high-temperature, ultramafic-hosted vent field situated on an ocean core complex. Rainbow is an ideal laboratory to study the interaction between magma, faults and fluid flow on nonvolcanic ridge sections. I am currently working on the bathymetry, gravity and magnetic data from the cruise, look out for our upcoming paper on G-cubed.
Learn about my PhD project at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton: Probing the interior of an active volcano: 3D seismic tomography at Montserrat
After graduating in Physics of the Earth and Environment from the University of Trieste (Italy), I obtained a PhD in Marine Geophysics at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton (UK). This was followed by three year as a Postdoc at The University of Oxford working on a NERC-funded project to study seamount subduction. Since January 2014 I am based at Geoazur supported by an AXA Postdoctoral Fellowship.
More details on my CV page.
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Old Oxford homepage: http://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/ michelep/