Nicholas W HaymanResearch Scientist, Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences
Lecturer, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences
Areas of Expertise
Currently active projects include studies of ocean-crustal faulting, the dynamics of continental rifting, evolution of forearc basins and accretionary prisms, and mudrock microstructure. Also many projects involve sailing on research vessels to study active spreading centers in various corners of the globe.
Anna Eliza Svartman Dias, Ph.D., expected 2016 (Supervisor)
Cassandra M Browne, Ph.D., expected 2015 (Supervisor)
I am using wide-angle refraction tomography to study the role of magmatism and tectonics in crustal accretion at the Mid Cayman Spreading Center, an ultra-slow spreading center in the Caribbean Sea.
|2014||Fall||GEO 191||Tpcs In Marine Geol Geophys|
|2013||Fall||GEO 191||Tpcs In Marine Geol Geophys|
|2012||Fall||GEO 191||Tpcs In Marine Geol Geophys|