COMET Webinar Series
21 April 2020
Jessica Hawthorne gives a COMET Webinar: Which fault zone processes could cause slow earthquakes? Constraints from scaling and atmospheric modulation
10 February 2020
Jonathan Weiss & Chris Rollins give a COMET Webinar: High-resolution velocity, strain, and earthquake hazard models in Anatolia from InSAR, GNSS and seismicity
25 November 2019
Richard Walters gives a COMET Webinar: The 2016 Central Italy Earthquakes and the Global Importance of Seismic Sequences
30 October 2019
Evgenia Ilyinskaya gives a COMET Webinar: “The drizzle burns my eyes and throat”: impacts of volcanic gas and aerosol on the environment and health
10 September 2019
Matt Watson gives a COMET Webinar: The fatal eruption of Volcan de Fuego, Guatemala – causes, consequences and a brighter future?
30 July 2019
Austin Elliott gives a COMET Webinar: New Insights from Old Earthquakes using Photogrammetry and Early Seismograms.
20 December 2018
Tim Wright gives the RAS Group Award Lecture on behalf of COMET
29 November 2018
Pablo González (Universidad de Liverpool) presenta la charla:
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.