Research Output per year
My research is in global theoretical and observational seismolology, which I use to study the Earth's lowermost mantle. My PhD project — funded by the Natural Environment Reasearch Council GW4+ Doctoral Training Program — is focused on improving our understanding of seismic anisotropy in the Earth's lowermost mantle. My most recent research has been in developing a new method for robustly resolving signals from the lowermost mantle in SKS-SKKS shear-wave splitting observations. I have applied our new methods to study the lowermost mantle beneath the Easter Pacific and am now focused on expanding the scope of my work.
A potential post-perovskite province in D'' beneath the Eastern Pacific: Evidence from new analysis of discrepant SKS-SKKS shear-wave splittingAsplet, J., Wookey, J. M. & Kendall, J. M., 13 Mar 2020, In : Geophysical Journal International. 221, 3, p. 2075–2090 16 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)