Dr James P Verdon

MA (Cambr), MSci (Cambr), PhD(Bristol)

  • BS8 1RJ


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Research interests

I am an applied geophysicist whose studies the geomechanical impacts of subsurface human activities. Particular research interests include fault reactivation and induced seismicity during subsurface fluid injection; using geophysical methods such as micro-seismicity and seismic anisotropy to image rock fractures; and using computational modelling to simulate the geomechanical impact of subsurface activities.

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Research Output

Characteristics of microseismic data recorded by distributed acousticsensing systems in anisotropic media

Baird, A. F., Stork, A. L., Horne, S. A., Naldrett, G., Kendall, J-M., Wookey, J., Verdon, J. P. & Clarke, A., 1 Jul 2020, In : Geophysics. 85, 4, p. KS139-KS147 9 p.

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    Microseismic monitoring using a fibre-optic Distributed Acoustic Sensor (DAS) array

    Verdon, J. P., Horne, S. A., Clarke, A., Stork, A. L., Baird, A. F. & Kendall, J-M., 16 Mar 2020, In : Geophysics. p. 1-96 96 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)

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    An Improved Framework for Discriminating Seismicity Induced by Industrial Activities from Natural Earthquakes

    Verdon, J., Baptie, B. & Bommer, J., 17 Apr 2019, In : Seismological Research Letters.

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  • 2 Citations (Scopus)
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    • 1 Fellowship awarded competitively

    Postdoctoral Fellow (FEC) - An integrated geophysical, geodetic, geomechanical and geochemical study of CO2 storage in subsurface reservoirs.

    James P Verdon (Recipient)

    1 Sep 20111 Sep 2014

    Activity: Other activity typesFellowship awarded competitively

    Supervised Work

    Microseismic monitoring and geomechanical modelling of CO2 storage in subsurface reservoirs

    Author: Verdon, J. P., 2011

    Supervisor: Kendall, J. M. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy (PhD)