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Dr. Joan Campanya

Dr. Joan Campanyà i Llovet – Research Scientist

Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Geophysics Section
5 Merrion Square
Dublin 2
Ireland

Tel: +353-1-653-5147 x219
Fax: +353-1-443-0575
Email: campanya-at-cp.dias.ie

 

 

 Qualifications

  • Ph.D.  2013 Earth Sciences (Geophysics). Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Barcelona, Spain.

  • M.Sc.  2009 Geophysics. Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Barcelona, Spain

  • B.Sc.   2008 Physics. Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Barcelona, Spain

Current Research

  • Geophysical studies for renewable and sustainable energy applications

  • Horizontal magnetic tensor (imaging the subsurface, processing MT data)

Other Research Interests

  • Geophysical characterization of the lithosphere

  • Marine Controlled Source Electromagnetic (CSEM)

Research Stays Abroad

  • The University of Adelaide with professor Graham Heinson (Australia, 2011) – Issue: Lithospheric-scale magnetotelluric constrains.

  • National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS) with professor Martin Sinha and Dr. Karen Weitemeyer (UK, 2012) – Issue: Marine Controlled Source Electro-Magnetic (CSEM)

Publications

Campanyà, J.; Ledo, J.; Queralt, P.; Marcuello, A.; Jones, A.G., 2014. A new methodology to estimate magnetotelluric (MT) tensor relationships: Estimation of Local transfer-functIons by Combining Interstation Transfer-functions (ELICIT). Geophysical Journal International. 198 (1), 484-494. doi: 10.1093/gji/ggu147

Campanyà, J. ; Ledo, J.; Queralt, P.; Marcuello, A.; Liesa, M.; Muñoz, J.A.; 2012. New geoelectrical characterisation of a continental collision zone in the West-Central Pyrenees: Constraints from long period and broadband magnetotellurics. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 333-334,112-121. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2012.04.018.

Campanyà, J .; Ledo, J.; Queralt, P.; Marcuello, A.; Liesa, M.; Muñoz, J.A. 2011. Lithospheric characterization of the Central Pyrenees based on new magnetotelluric data. Terra Nova. 23, 213 – 219. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3121.2011.01001.x .

Ledo, J.; Jones, A.G.; Siniscalchi, A.; Campanyà, J.; Kiyan, D.; Romano, G.; Rouai, M.; TopoMed MT Team, 2011. Electrical signature of modern and ancient tectonic processes in the crust of the Atlas mountains of Morocco. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 185, 82-88,doi:10.1016/j.pepi.2011.01.008.

Rosell, O., Martí, A., Marcuello, À., Ledo, J., Queralt, P., Roca, E. and Campanyà, J., 2011. Deep electrical resistivity structure of the northern Gibraltar Arc (western Mediterranean): evidence of lithospheric slab break-off. Terra Nova. 23, 179 – 186. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3121.2011.00996.x.

Other Publications

Campanyà, J; Jones, A.G.; Vozar, J.; Rath, V.; Blake, S.; Delhaye, R.; Farrell, T., 2015. Porosity and Permeability Constraints from Electrical Resistivity Models: Examples Using Magnetotelluric Data. World Geothermal Conference: Extended abstracts. Melbourne (Australia).

Vozar, J.; Jones, A.G.; Rath, V.; Campanyà, J; Blake, S.; Delhaye, R.; Farrell, T.; Pasquali, R., 2015. IRETHERM: Multidimensional Geophysical Modelling of the Southern Margin of the Dublin Basin. World Geothermal Conference: Extended abstracts. Melbourne.

Jones, A.G.; Daly, S.; Vozar, J.; Rath, V.; Campanyà, J; Blake, S.; Delhaye, R.; Farrell, T.; Fritschle, T.; Willmot Noller, N.; Long, M., Waters, T., 2015. IRETHERM: Developing a Strategic and Holistic Understanding of Ireland’s Geothermal Energy Potential through Integrated Modelling of New and Existing Geophysical, Geochemical and Geological Data. World Geothermal Conference: Extended abstracts. Melbourne (Australia).

Heinson, G.; Boren, G.; Ross, J.; Campanyà, J.; Thiel, S.; Selway, K., 2011. The Capricorn Orogen magnetotelluric (MT) transect. Capricorn orogen seismic and Magnetotelluric (MT) workshop 2011: Extended abstracts. Perth (Australia).

PhD Thesis

Campanyà, J. , 2013. Innovation of the Magnetotelluric method and its application to the characterization of the Pyrenean lithosphere. PhD Thesis. Universitat de Barcelona. Spain.http://www.tdx.cat/handle/10803/112702.

 

 

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