Igneous, Intrusive, Sills, Basin Modelling, Attributes,
9.145 School of Earth and Environment
0113 343 7876
I completed a BSc in Geological Sciences (University of Leeds) and an MSc in Structural Geology with Geophysics (University of Leeds) undertaking a research thesis on the intrusive igneous complex of the Faroe-Shetland Basin in conjunction with EON Ruhgras. Upon graduating I began working for a structural geology consultancy before returning to the University of Leeds to undertake my PhD focusing on the volcanic development and petreloum system of the Faroe-Shetland Basin, NE Atlantic.
My PhD focuses on the application of 3D seismic data and seismic attributes to study the emplacement and evolution of sill complexes in the Faroe-Shetland Basin, NE Atlantic. I also work on regional petroleum sytstem modelling of the Faroe-Shetland Basin with a focus on uncertainty analysis and the incorporation of igneous intrusions.