Sedimentology, stratigraphy, deep-marine systems, subduction zones, global environmental issues
Professor of Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
|Professor of Sedimentology and Stratigraphy||Kathleen Lonsdale, 117|
|GEOL0010: Surface Processes and Structures (field course)|
|GEOL0028: Marine Geology|
|Third Year Pyrenees field class|
|Fourth Year Greece / Betics field class|
020 3108 6389 (56389)
Kevin's research interests are many and varied, with more than 130 research papers, 5 authored / co-authored books and 5 edited books, that include the following topics: Earth surface processes (particularly all aspects of deep-marine sedimentology, stratigraphy and tectonics), surface processes on Venus, global environmental issues, stratigraphy, tectonics and sedimentation, sediment geochemistry and clay mineralogy, particularly relating to deep-marine environments.
With more than 25 years of research experience, Kevin has undertaken research as a shipboard scientist in the Gulf of Mexico (Ocean Drilling Program Leg 96), and offshore Japan (Ocean Drilling Program Leg 131), together with onland research in Arctic Norway, northern Russia, Newfoundland, Quebec, NE Scotland, southern Britain, SE France, Spanish Pyrenees, SE Spain, Tibet, Japan, Kyrghyzstan, Uzbekistan, California, and New Zealand.