Ian D. Bastow
Find me now at: http://www1.gly.bris.ac.uk/~ibastow/
Old USC bio:
My research focuses on the crust and upper-mantle seismic structure as revealed by broadband seismology. Throughout the course of my PhD at the University of Leeds, I used seismic tomography to image the lithospheric seismic structure in a region of incipient continental break-up: northern Ethiopian rift. In the same region, I employed receiver function analyses as a means of understanding crustal structure in Ethiopia.
Here in South Carolina my interests are the use of broadband seismological techniques with focus on the RUSH (Reflections Under the Scottish Highlands) and SNEP (Sierra Nevada Earthscope Project) projects. I also have ongoing projects in Ethiopia.
A copy of my CV is available here.
Awards and Prizes
- 1st prize for best oral presentation at the AGU margins section, 2004.
- 1st prize for best oral presentation at the British Geophysical Association conference 2004.
- 1st prize for best MRes student oral presentation at the Edinburgh Graduate School conference 2001.
- Awarded Thomas Cowan Scholarship (University of Edinburgh) 1998/9 and 1999/00 for socially outgoing students of high academic standing.
American Geophysical Union - member since 2003
Extra Curricular Interests
Swimming, hill walking, running, playing chess...(not very well though!)
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