Ph.D., Lancaster University, 1997
Research interests include: low-frequency electrical properties; hydrogeophysics (using hydrogeological and geophysical research to improve knowledge of flow and transport in subsurface); biogeophysics (fusing biological and geophysical research to improve knowledge of microbial processes in subsurface); wetlands/peatlands geophysics; and methane cycling in northern peatland.
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Understanding flow transport in the Critical Zone using 3D electrical resistivity imaging. Saneiyan, S., Robinson, J., Slater, L., Brantley, S.L., Mount, G.J., Forsythe, B. (2018): SAGEEP 2018 Meeting. 25-29 March, Nashville, TN
05 Nov 2012 - Students present benefits of collaborating with CZOs for their annual geophysics field trip.