Aristides Zenonos

Aristides Zenonos
University of Aberdeen | ABDN · Department of Geology and Petroleum Geology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Education
October 2015 - March 2020
University of Aberdeen
Field of study
  • Geophysics
September 2014 - September 2015
University College London
Field of study
  • Computer Science
September 2011 - June 2014
The University of Manchester
Field of study
  • Physics

Publications

Publications (6)
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Southeast Asia lies within one of the most complex tectonic settings on Earth and exhibits a range of features, including strongly curved subduction zones, arc-continent collision, and slab break-off, which are not well understood. To help gain insight into mantle structure and processes beneath this region, we perform an inversion for variations i...
Article
In recent years, attenuation has been used as a marker for source and dynamic Earth processes due to its higher sensitivity to small variations of lithospheric properties compared to seismic velocity. From seismic hazard analysis to oil and gas exploration and rock physics, many fields need a better reconstruction of energy absorption, a constituen...
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The southeast (SE) Asia - Australia collision zone is one of the most tectonically active and seismogenic regions in the world. Here, we present new 3-D P- and S-wave velocity models of the crust and upper mantle by applying regional earthquake travel-time tomography to global catalogue data. We first re-locate earthquakes provided by the standard...
Poster
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The southeast (SE) Asia - Australia collision zone is one of the most tectonically active and seismogenic regions in the world. Here, we present new 3-D P- and S-wave velocity models of the crust and upper mantle by applying regional earthquake travel-time tomography to global catalogue data. We first re-locate earthquakes provided by the standard...
Poster
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Southeast Asia is one of the most tectonically active and seismogenic regions in the world. Relative plate motions have resulted in a complex and dynamic setting that encompasses a vast array of processes, from orogenesis, subduction and crustal accretion to rapid exhumation, megathrust earthquakes and volcanism. The major tectonic plates involved...

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Project
The goal of this project is to develop a new generation of 3-D seismic model of the region which incorporates as much seismic data as possible. Advanced seismic tomography methods will be developed and applied to bring together a variety of data from local and regional networks in order to build up a clear picture of the subsurface, from the shallow crust to the upper mantle.