His scientific interests lie mostly in Magnetotellurics, Crust, Seismology, Petrology and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. The various areas that Martyn Unsworth examines in his Magnetotellurics study include Lithosphere and Partial melting. His work deals with themes such as Plateau, Tectonics and Magma, which intersect with Crust.
He works in the field of Seismology, focusing on Hypocenter in particular. His Petrology research incorporates themes from Suture, Mantle wedge, Olivine and Far East. His study looks at the relationship between Electrical resistivity and conductivity and topics such as Induced seismicity, which overlap with San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth and Active fault.
His primary scientific interests are in Magnetotellurics, Seismology, Crust, Petrology and Lithosphere. His biological study deals with issues like Suture, which deal with fields such as Collision zone. His Crust research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mantle and Terrane.
His Petrology research integrates issues from Volcano, Rift, Transition zone, Geothermal gradient and Geomorphology. His Electrical resistivity and conductivity research includes themes of San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth and Mineralogy. His work carried out in the field of Induced seismicity brings together such families of science as Earthquake rupture and Active fault.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Magnetotellurics, Seismology, Lithosphere, Subduction and Magma. His Magnetotellurics study introduces a deeper knowledge of Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His research on Seismology often connects related areas such as 3 d inversion.
His studies deal with areas such as Suture and Simple shear as well as Lithosphere. His study on Volcanic arc is often connected to Electrical structure as part of broader study in Subduction. His research investigates the connection between Magma and topics such as Silicic that intersect with issues in Rhyolite, Hydrothermal circulation, Lava and Volcanic hazards.
His main research concerns Magnetotellurics, Seismology, Magma, Geochemistry and Crust. Magnetotellurics is a subfield of Electrical resistivity and conductivity that Martyn Unsworth investigates. His specific area of interest is Seismology, where he studies Lithosphere.
He focuses mostly in the field of Magma, narrowing it down to topics relating to Continental crust and, in certain cases, Plutonism, Pluton, Volcanic arc and Andesite. His Geochemistry study incorporates themes from Plateau and Subduction, Tectonics. Many of his studies on Crust apply to Silicic as well.
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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.
Crustal deformation of the eastern Tibetan plateau revealed by magnetotelluric imaging
Denghai Bai;Martyn J. Unsworth;Max A. Meju;Xiaobing Ma.
Nature Geoscience (2010)
Detection of widespread fluids in the Tibetan crust by magnetotelluric studies.
Wenbo Wei;Martyn Unsworth;Alan Jones;John Booker.
Crustal rheology of the Himalaya and Southern Tibet inferred from magnetotelluric data
M. J. Unsworth;A. G. Jones;W. Wei;G. Marquis.
Electrically Conductive Crust in Southern Tibet from INDEPTH Magnetotelluric Surveying
Leshou Chen;John R. Booker;Alan G. Jones;Nong Wu.
Internal structure of the San Andreas fault at Parkfield, California
Martyn J. Unsworth;Peter E. Malin;Gary D. Egbert;John R. Booker.
Partial melt or aqueous fluid in the mid-crust of Southern Tibet? Constraints from INDEPTH magnetotelluric data
Shenghui Li;Martyn J. Unsworth;John R. Booker;Wenbo Wei.
Geophysical Journal International (2003)
Electromagnetic induction by a finite electric dipole source over a 2-D earth
Martyn J. Unsworth;Bryan J. Travis;Alan D. Chave.
An Active Source Electromagnetic Sounding System for Marine Use
M. C. Sinha;P. D. Patel;M. J. Unsworth;T. R. E. Owen.
Marine Geophysical Researches (1990)
Asymmetric Electrical Structure in the Mantle Beneath the East Pacific Rise at 17°S
R. L. Evans;P. Tarits;A. D. Chave;A. White.
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