Postdoctoral Research Associate in Geodesy and Seismology
I am a postdoctoral researcher in geophysics at the University of Liverpool. My current work involves tomographic imaging of the Lesser Antilles subduction zone.
I have a broad interest in understanding how tectonic processes are occurring at the present time. I use geodetic and/or seismic observations to investigate earthquake rupture. I probe lithospheric rheology and deformation mechanism through geodetic measurements and modelling of crustal deformation following moderate to large earthquakes. During my PhD, I looked at normal faulting earthquakes in two different tectonic environments - the Tibetan Plateau and Chilean subduction zone.
© 2018 Lidong Bie. All rights reserved. Observing Earth Deformation from Above and Below.