Thomas Hudson

Thomas Hudson

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

I am a seismologist, using geophysical observations, novel data processing methods and simple geophysical models to improve our understanding of fundamental earth system processes. My current expertise is primarily in elucidating geophysical processes at glaciers and volcanoes.

 

T Hudson, J Smith, AM Brisbourne, R White (2019) “Automated detection of basal icequakes and discrimination from surface crevassing”, Annuls of Glaciology
J Woods, C Donaldson, R White, C Caudron, B Brandsdóttir, T Hudson, T Ágústsdóttir (2017) “Long-period seismicity reveals magma pathways above a laterally propagating dyke during the 2014-15 Bárðarbunga rifting event, Iceland.”” Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 490.
T Hudson, R White, T Greenfield, T Agustsdottir, AM Brisbourne and R Green (2017) “Deep crustal melt plumbing of Bárðarbunga volcano, Iceland”, Geophysical Research Letters., 44
T Hudson, A Horseman and J Sugier (2016), “Diurnal, Seasonal and 11 yr Solar Cycle Variation Effects on the Virtual Ionosphere Reflection Height and Implications for the Met Office’s Lightning Detection Network, ATDnet”, J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol. AMS.

T Hudson, J Smith, AM Brisbourne, R White (2019) “Automated detection of basal icequakes and discrimination from surface crevassing”, Annuls of Glaciology
J Woods, C Donaldson, R White, C Caudron, B Brandsdóttir, T Hudson, T Ágústsdóttir (2017) “Long-period seismicity reveals magma pathways above a laterally propagating dyke during the 2014-15 Bárðarbunga rifting event, Iceland.”” Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 490.
T Hudson, R White, T Greenfield, T Agustsdottir, AM Brisbourne and R Green (2017) “Deep crustal melt plumbing of Bárðarbunga volcano, Iceland”, Geophysical Research Letters., 44
T Hudson, A Horseman and J Sugier (2016), “Diurnal, Seasonal and 11 yr Solar Cycle Variation Effects on the Virtual Ionosphere Reflection Height and Implications for the Met Office’s Lightning Detection Network, ATDnet”, J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol. AMS.