Clara Gómez García
Name: Clara Gómez García
Position: PhD Student
Passive seismic imaging, ambient noise tomography, seismic interferometry, environmental magnetism.
Clara Gómez García is a PhD researcher in the iCRAG raw materials research spoke. Clara graduated with a BSc in Physics in 2012 and with a MSc in Geophysics and Meteorology in 2013 from Complutense University of Madrid. From 2014 to 2016, she worked in the frame of the Repsol CO-DOS project at Institute of Earth Sciences Jaume Almera (ICTJA-CSIC) in Barcelona, before joining DIAS in 2017 under the supervision of Dr Sergei Lebedev. Her research investigates seismic imaging with high-frequency waveform techniques. The objective is to develop and apply new passive-imaging methods applicable at scales from tens of meters to kilometres (deposit scale to lithospheric scale).
Selected recent publications
Gómez-García, C., Brenguier, F., Boué, P., Shapiro, N.M., Droznin, D.V., Droznina, S., Senyukov, S.L. and Gordeev, E.I., 2018. Retrieving robust noise-based seismic velocity changes from sparse data sets: synthetic tests and application to Klyuchevskoy volcanic group (Kamchatka). Geophysical Journal International, 214(2), pp.1218-1236.
Gomez-Garcia, C., Martin-Hernandez, F., García, J.Á.L., Martinez-Pagan, P., Manteca, J.I. and Carmona, C., 2015. Rock magnetic characterization of the mine tailings in Portman Bay (Murcia, Spain) and its contribution to the understanding of the bay infilling process. Journal of Applied Geophysics, 120, pp.48-59.