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UK National Earth Observation Conference 2018
4-7 September 2018
University of Birmingham


Professor Tim Wright, Professor of Satellite Geodesy and Director of NERC-COMET
Title: Monitoring our deforming planet with Sentinel-1: from colliding continents to subsiding houses

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Tim Wright is Professor of Satellite Geodesy at the University of Leeds. His work has been at the forefront of developing the use of satellite radar interferometry (InSAR) for measuring tectonic and volcanic deformation. Major achievements include the first demonstration that inter-seismic strain can be measured using InSAR, the investigation of a series of major earthquakes using geodesy, seismology and geomorphology, and the discovery of a major rifting episode in Afar, Ethiopia. He has published more than 90 articles in major international journals, and his work is highly cited. He led the NERC-funded Afar Rift Consortium, a £3M project that is using a wide range of geophysical, geochemical and geologic techniques to investigate how the crust grows at divergent plate boundaries, and co-leads LICS, a NERC large grant to "Look Inside the Continents from Space". In 2014 he received the AGU Geodesy Section Award, and in 2015 he was the British Geophysical Association's Bullerwell lecturer and received the Rosenstiel Award from the University of Miami. He was the Royal Astronomical Society's 2017 Harold Jeffreys Lecturer. He is director of the NERC Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET) and co-founder of SatSense Ltd, a University of Leeds spinout company


2011. Remote Sensing & Photogrammetry Society
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