My DPhil research is on active faulting and the earthquake cycle in Central Asia. The region is a major component of the India-Eurasia collision and also has a history of damaging earthquakes. My work combines fieldwork and remote sensing techniques including using optical imagery, digital elevation models and interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR).
I am funded by NERC through the Oxford Environmental Research Doctoral Training Partnership.
Supervisors: Richard Walker, Barry Parsons, John Elliott