Craig Miller

 

Full Name: Craig Miller

Position: Volcano Geophysicist (on study leave)

Contact details

Email: C.Miller
Phone: +64-7-376 0164

Qualifications

1995: MSc (1st Class Hons), Geology / Geophysics; 2017: PhD, Volcanology

Areas of expertise

Business Development: Team Leadership and Project Management
Business Development: Volcano Geophysics
Geology: Volcanology
Geophysics: Exploration Geophysics
Geophysics: Field data collection
Geophysics: GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Sys)
Geophysics: Geothermal exploration
Geophysics: Global position system
Geophysics: Gravity
Geophysics: Gravity interpretation
Geophysics: Magnetic Interpretation
Geophysics: Volcanic hazards
Geophysics: Volcano Geodesy
Geophysics: Volcano Geophysics

Professional activities

American Geophysical Union: Geodesy: Member
IAVCEI: member
Geoscience Society of New Zealand: Member

Major publications

Miller, C.A.; Le Mével, H.; Currenti, G.; Williams-Jones, G.; Tikoff, B. 2017 Microgravity changes at the Laguna del Maule volcanic field : magma-induced stress changes facilitate mass addition. Journal of Geophysical Research. Solid Earth, 122(4): 3179-3196; doi: 10.1002/2017JB014048

Miller, C.A.; Williams-Jones, G.; Fournier, D.; Witter, J. 2017 3D gravity inversion and thermodynamic modelling reveal properties of shallow silicic magma reservoir beneath Laguna del Maule, Chile. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 459: 14-27; doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2016.11.007

Miller, C.A.; Williams-Jones, G. 2016 Internal structure and volcanic hazard potential of Mt Tongariro, New Zealand, from 3D gravity and magnetic models. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 319: 12-28; doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2016.03.012

Miller, C.A.; Jolly, A.D. 2014 A model for developing best practice volcano monitoring : a combined threat assessment, consultation and network effectiveness approach. Natural hazards, 71(1): 493-522; doi: 10.1007/s11069-013-0928-z

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