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Dr Florian Le Pape

Name:  Florian Le Pape

Title(s): Research Scientist

Email: flepape@cp.dias.ie

Phone: +353-1-653-5147 x213

Address: Geophysics Section, 5 Merrion Square Dublin 2, Ireland

 

 
Research Interests

Ocean related acoustic/seismic noise, crust and lithosphere imaging, magnetotellurics, physical properties, rheology

Biographical Sketch

Florian graduated in geophysics from Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre (EOST), Strasbourg in 2008. He then moved to DIAS, Ireland to study the Tibetan Plateau using magnetotellurics as part of his PhD which he concluded in 2012 under the supervision of Prof A.G. Jones. Between 2013 and 2015, he continued working with Prof Jones to investigate the lithosphere structure of the Leo-man shield in West Africa. He has now joined Prof C. Bean’s seismology group to study ocean generated microseisms in NE Atlantic.

 

Selected Publications

F. Le Pape, A.G. Jones, M.J. Unsworth, J. Vozar, W. Wei, S. Jin, G. Ye, J. Jing, H. Dong, L. Zhang, C. Xie. (2015) Constraints on the evolution of crustal flow beneath Northern Tibet, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16 (12), 4237-4260.

L. Zhang, M.J. Unsworth, S. Jin, W. Wei, G. Ye, A.G. Jones, J. Jing, H. Dong, C. Xie, F. Le Pape, J. Vozar. (2015) Structure of the Central Altyn Tagh Fault revealed by magnetotelluric data: New insights into the structure of the northern margin of the India–Asia collision.

J. Vozar, A.G. Jones, J. Fullea, M.R. Agius, S. Lebedev, F. Le Pape, W. Wei. (2014) Integrated geophysical‐petrological modeling of lithosphere‐asthenosphere boundary in central Tibet using electromagnetic and seismic data, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 15 (10), 3965-3988.

W. Wei, F. Le Pape, A.G. Jones, J. Vozar, H. Dong, M.J. Unsworth, S. Jin, G. Ye, J. Jing, L. Zhang, C. Xie. (2014) Northward channel flow in northern Tibet revealed from 3D magnetotelluric modelling, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 235, 13-24.

F. Le Pape, A.G. Jones, J. Vozar, W. Wei. (2012) Penetration of crustal melt beyond the Kunlun fault into northern Tibet, Nature Geoscience 5 (5), 330-335.