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I am a Specialist in Volcano Deformation, working at the Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO), Iceland. My research is concerned with monitoring volcano deformation to gain an improved understanding of the characteristic behaviour of volcanoes during both eruptive phases and periods of quiescence. My work incorporates both remote sensing and field based techniques,  utilising satellite interferometry (InSAR) and GPS to measure volcanic deformation. I am currently working on a variety of projects including analysing data from the Fagradalsfjall eruption which commenced on the 19th March, 2021.

My interests include: combining InSAR with field data to QC results, identifying possible precursory trends, providing an improved understanding of the complex subsurface structure of active volcanoes and understanding the impact of deglaciation on volcanic activity.

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