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  How does magma move through sill-complexes?
  Dr C Magee, Dr D Paton
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Supervisors. Dr Craig Magee (Leeds), Dr William McCarthy (St Andrews), Dr Douglas Paton (Leeds). Overview. Understanding how magma intrusion controls the location of volcanoes and pre-eruption warning signals is critical to hazard assessment.
  Investigating subducting slabs in the Earth’s mantle transition zone with seismic data
  Dr A Nowacki, Dr A Walker, Dr T Craig
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Tectonic oceanic plates are usually subducted beneath another plate and sink deep into the Earth, eventually being mixed back into the rest of the mantle.
  Layers? No Layers? Or both: Multi-disciplinary study of partially stratified layers in Earth’s outer core
  Dr S Rost, Dr J Mound, Dr A Nowacki, Dr C Davies
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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The Earth’s magnetic field is essential for life on Earth and is produced in Earth’s outer core. Numerical models of the geodynamo show that a combination of chaotic convection of the liquid iron-nickel alloy and Earth’s rotation produces the flow structures essential for the geodynamo process.
  Seismicity, fault rheology, and fault evolution across Africa
  Dr T Craig, Prof T Wright
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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This project will investigate the seismicity associated with the major tectonic regimes of Africa using a combination of earthquake seismology, satellite geodesy, and structural geology.
  Using high resolution SAR imagery for volcano monitoring in SE Asia
  Dr S Ebmeier
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Supervisor. Susanna Ebmeier (Leeds), Cosupervisors. Yosuke Aoki (University of Tokyo), Andy Hooper (Leeds).
  Bringing machine learning techniques to geophysical data processing
  Dr L Uieda, Dr S De Angelis
Application Deadline: 10 January 2020

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Gravity and magnetic surveys offer a cost-effective method for investigating sedimentary basins, mineral deposits, active tectonics in the oceans, and overall crustal structure.
  Climate Change, Plate Tectonics and Machine Learning
  Dr C Rychert, Dr J Whiteside
Application Deadline: 3 January 2020

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Project Rationale. Our understanding of the transition from the lithospheric plate to the weaker asthenosphere has recently been revolutionized by seismic imaging that finds a sharp, strong discontinuity at the base of the plate.
  Forecasting the future of Earth’s magnetic field using artificial intelligence
  Dr P Livermore, Dr C Davies
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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The geomagnetic field is a fundamental component of Earth. Wrapping around our planet like an invisible force-field, it protects life on the surface along with modern electrical infrastructure from harmful solar radiation.
  Constraining mantle dynamics with seismic data
  Prof J H Davies, Dr J Wookey
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Project Background. Earthquakes, volcanoes and mountains result from the dynamic Earth, driven by mantle convection. This fundamental process that underlies all these very important phenomena is very poorly understood.
  The effect of cyclic subsurface hydrogen storage on the mechanical and transport properties of reservoir rocks
  Research Group: Institute of GeoEnergy Engineering
  Dr S den Hartog, Dr A Busch
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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Hydrogen storage is a promising technology to account for fluctuations, e.g. seasonal, in the global energy demand. However, little is known about the response of the reservoir rocks to the related fluctuations in pore fluid pressure and chemistry.
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