2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Ireland Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Earth Science in Ireland Leader Award
2019 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2010 - Member of the Royal Irish Academy
Alan G. Jones spends much of his time researching Magnetotellurics, Lithosphere, Crust, Geophysics and Mantle. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Seismology, Tectonics, Petrology, Algorithm and Data set. His Lithosphere research focuses on subjects like Terrane, which are linked to Xenolith, Proterozoic, Slip, Hypocenter and Foreland basin.
His Crust research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sinistral and dextral and Plateau. His Geophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Surface wave, Depth sounding, Shield and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His Mantle research incorporates themes from Craton and Asthenosphere.
His primary areas of investigation include Magnetotellurics, Geophysics, Lithosphere, Seismology and Crust. His work in Magnetotellurics covers topics such as Paleontology which are related to areas like Geomorphology. His research in Geophysics intersects with topics in Surface wave, Anisotropy and Asthenosphere, Lithosphere-Asthenosphere boundary.
His Lithosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Craton, Mantle and Terrane. His Craton research includes elements of Geochemistry, Archean and Kimberlite. His Crust research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Subduction, Suture, Plateau and Inversion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Magnetotellurics, Geophysics, Structural basin, Paleontology and Lithosphere. He has researched Magnetotellurics in several fields, including Seismology, Geothermal gradient, Plateau and Storm. In the subject of general Geophysics, his work in Mantle is often linked to Earth's magnetic field, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geochemistry and Aquifer. His Lithosphere study which covers Rayleigh wave that intersects with Stochastic inversion, Dispersion and Elevation. Thrust fault is closely connected to Crust in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Tectonics.
Alan G. Jones mainly investigates Geophysics, Magnetotellurics, Lithosphere, Tectonics and Mantle. His Geophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Storm and Middle latitudes. His Magnetotellurics research is within the category of Electrical resistivity and conductivity.
As part of his studies on Tectonics, Alan G. Jones often connects relevant subjects like Crust. The concepts of his Crust study are interwoven with issues in Extensional definition, Syntaxis, Plateau and Deformation. His Mantle research includes elements of Rayleigh wave, Convection and Proterozoic.
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Partially Molten Middle Crust Beneath Southern Tibet: Synthesis of Project INDEPTH Results
K. D. Nelson;Wenjin Zhao;L. D. Brown;J. Kuo.
The magnetotelluric method : theory and practice
Alan D. Chave;Alan G. Jones.
Detection of widespread fluids in the Tibetan crust by magnetotelluric studies.
Wenbo Wei;Martyn Unsworth;Alan Jones;John Booker.
Multisite, multifrequency tensor decomposition of magnetotelluric data
Gary W. McNeice;Alan G. Jones.
Crustal rheology of the Himalaya and Southern Tibet inferred from magnetotelluric data
M. J. Unsworth;A. G. Jones;W. Wei;G. Marquis.
Static shift of magnetotelluric data and its removal in a sedimentary basin environment
Alan G. Jones.
The elusive lithosphere–asthenosphere boundary (LAB) beneath cratons
David W. Eaton;Fiona Darbyshire;Rob L. Evans;Herman Grütter.
A comparison of techniques for magnetotelluric response function estimation
Alan G. Jones;Alan D. Chave;Gary D. Egbert;Don Auld.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
Electrical conductivity of the continental lower crust
A. G. Jones.
Continental Lower Crust (1992)
Electrically Conductive Crust in Southern Tibet from INDEPTH Magnetotelluric Surveying
Leshou Chen;John R. Booker;Alan G. Jones;Nong Wu.
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