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Adam  Booth
Associate Editor

Adam Booth is a Lecturer in Exploration Geophysics in the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds, UK.  He received a PhD in Near-Surface Geophysics from the University of Leeds in 2008, and thereafter conducted post-doctoral research with Swansea University’s Glaciology Group and in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London. His research bridges the gap between industrial exploration seismology and near-surface geophysics: he has adapted numerous seismic data interpretation methods, including AVO reflectivity analysis, for use in glaciological applications. Furthermore, he is an experienced field geophysicist, having undertaken campaigns of seismic and radar acquisition on Arctic and Antarctic glaciers, most recently on the Larsen C Ice Shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula. He also conducts geophysical surveys in support of archaeological, environmental and engineering applications. Booth is also the leader of the EAGE’s Geophysics Bootcamp training programme.