Anisotropy, Seismic anisotropy, Mantle, Core–mantle boundary and Shear wave splitting are his primary areas of study. His study looks at the relationship between Anisotropy and fields such as Mineralogy, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Seismic anisotropy is the subject of his research, which falls under Geophysics.
His work carried out in the field of Geophysics brings together such families of science as Martian and Surface wave, Rayleigh wave. His Mantle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Subduction and Hotspot. James Wookey has included themes like Condensed matter physics, Mantle convection and Mantle wedge in his Core–mantle boundary study.
James Wookey mainly focuses on Geophysics, Seismic anisotropy, Mantle, Anisotropy and Seismology. James Wookey focuses mostly in the field of Geophysics, narrowing it down to matters related to Mantle convection and, in some cases, Hotspot. His research investigates the connection between Seismic anisotropy and topics such as Shear wave splitting that intersect with issues in Seismic tomography.
His research investigates the connection between Mantle and topics such as Petrology that intersect with problems in Discontinuity and Rift. The various areas that James Wookey examines in his Anisotropy study include Shear, Condensed matter physics, Mineralogy, Isotropy and Microseism. He interconnects Slab and Mars Exploration Program in the investigation of issues within Seismology.
His primary areas of study are Seismology, Seismic anisotropy, Mars Exploration Program, Anisotropy and Seismometer. His studies in Seismology integrate themes in fields like Amplitude and Attenuation. The Seismic anisotropy portion of his research involves studies in Mantle and Geophysics.
In general Mars Exploration Program study, his work on Martian often relates to the realm of Ground segment, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Anisotropy research includes themes of Microseism, Optical fiber and Body waves. His Shear wave splitting study combines topics in areas such as Post-perovskite and Arc.
His primary scientific interests are in Mars Exploration Program, Seismology, Seismometer, Planetary science and Martian. His Mars Exploration Program research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rayleigh wave, Data processing, Remote sensing and Geodesy. As part of his studies on Seismology, James Wookey frequently links adjacent subjects like Attenuation.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bandwidth, Regolith and Moment magnitude scale. His research integrates issues of Physical model, Atmosphere of Mars, Impact crater and Acoustic wave in his study of Planetary science. His Martian research incorporates themes from Planetary Data System and Surface wave.
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First-principles constraints on diffusion in lower-mantle minerals and a weak D'' layer
M. W. Ammann;J. P. Brodholt;James M Wookey;D. P Dobson.
Efficacy of the post-perovskite phase as an explanation for lowermost-mantle seismic properties
James Wookey;James Wookey;Stephen Stackhouse;J-Michael Kendall;John Brodholt.
SEIS: Insight’s Seismic Experiment for Internal Structure of Mars
P. Lognonné;W. B. Banerdt;D. Giardini;W. T. Pike.
Space Science Reviews (2019)
Mid-mantle deformation inferred from seismic anisotropy.
James Wookey;J.-Michael Kendall;Guilhem Barruol.
The effect of temperature on the seismic anisotropy of the perovskite and post-perovskite polymorphs of MgSiO3
S. Stackhouse;J.P. Brodholt;J. Wookey;J.-M. Kendall.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
MSAT-A new toolkit for the analysis of elastic and seismic anisotropy
Andrew M. Walker;James Wookey.
Computers & Geosciences (2012)
A strategy for automated analysis of passive microseismic data to image seismic anisotropy and fracture characteristics
Andreas Wuestefeld;Othman Al-Harrasi;James P. Verdon;James Wookey.
Geophysical Prospecting (2010)
Planned Products of the Mars Structure Service for the InSight Mission to Mars
Mark P. Panning;Philippe Lognonné;W. Bruce Banerdt;Raphaël F. Garcia.
Space Science Reviews (2017)
Precambrian crustal evolution: seismic constraints from the Canadian Shield
D.A Thompson;ID Bastow;GR Helffrich;J-M Kendall.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2010)
Lowermost mantle anisotropy beneath the north Pacific from differential S—ScS splitting
James Wookey;J.-Michael Kendall;Georg Rümpker.
Geophysical Journal International (2005)
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