Volcanoes: from fuming vents to extinction events
18 October 2018
Tamsin Mather delivers the 2018 Rosalind Franklin Award Lecture at the Royal Society.
A day in the life (of a volcano-seismologist)
19th July 2018
Dr. Paddy Smith discusses his work on Montserrat as a guest speaker during the University of Leeds Institute for Geophysics and Tectonics PhD mini-conference.
What drives volcanic unrest?
17th July 2018
Juliet Biggs discusses the insights from COMET responses to recent seismic crises around the world.
Exploring the controls on earthquakes and tectonics: from the plains of India to the greatest mountain range on Earth
3 May 2018
Alex Copley discusses the material properties of the lithosphere and how these vary over space and time.
Integrating satellite and ground-based measurements to understand volcanic behaviour
29 March 2018
Professor Tamsin Mather discusses the integration of satellite and ground-based measurements to understand volcanic behaviour.
And you can also watch the Q&A session.
Probing the rheology of the continental lithosphere in the new era of big data geodesy
19 September 2017
Monitoring our dynamic planet with satellite geodesy
See a replay of Tim Wright’s public lecture at the Royal Astronomical Society.