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Dr. Ingi Bjarnason


Dr. Ingi Bjarnason

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Inst. Earth Science
University of Iceland
Sturlugata 7
101 Reykjavik, Iceland


Department Tel. No.: 00354 5254817

Résumé

Born: 17. July 1959, Reykjavík, Iceland. Male
E-mail: ingib at hi.is

Education:
B.Sc(Hons.) in Geophysics, University of Edinburgh (1983), Edinburgh.
M.S. in Geophysics, University of Utah (1987), Salt Lake City.
Ph.D. in Geophysics, Columbia University (1992), New York City.

Positions:
Postdoc, Columbia  University, New York City (1992).
Postdoc, Carnegie Institution of Washington, DC (1993-1995).
Research assoc., Science Institute, U. of Iceland (1995-2016).

Research prof., Institute of Earth Sciences, U. of Iceland (2016-present).








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Publications

Date Publication
01.04.2015 Article: Earthquake Sequence 1973–1996 in Bárðarbunga Volcano: Seismic Activity Leading up to Eruptions in the NW-Vatnajökull Area
Ingi Þ. Bjarnason
Jökull, 64, 61-82
handle
WOSUID
01.05.2008 Article: An Iceland Hotspot Saga
Ingi Þ. Bjarnason
Jökull, 59, 3-16
handle
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Contributions

Date Contribution
07.05.2020 Abstract: The Great Geysir and tectonic interactions in South Iceland
B.S. Thorbjarnardóttir, I.Th. Bjarnason, R.M. Paramaswran
EGU2020, SM6.5, EGU2020-16388
Abstract
07.05.2020 Abstract: Interseismic stress field variations in Hjalli-Ölfus, SW Iceland
I.Th. Bjarnason, R.M. Paramaswran, B.S. Thorbjarnardóttir
EGU2020, SM6.5, EGU2020-16388
Oral Programme
04.05.2020 Abstract: Seismic and geodetic response to crustal deformation in Krísuvík volcanic system, southwest Iceland
R.M. Parameswaran, I.Th. Bjarnason, F. Sigmundsson
EGU2020, TS5.1, EGU2020-10569
Abstract
12.04.2019 Abstract: Ölfus seismicity in Iceland - II: seismic stress inversions and seismotectonic implications
Revathy M. Parameswaran, Ingi Th. Bjarnason, and Bergthóra S. Thorbjarnardóttir
EGU2019, SM6.3, EGU2019-5880
Oral Programme
12.04.2019 Abstract: Ölfus seismicity in Iceland - I: relative seismic relocations and spatio-temporal evolutions
Bergthóra S. Thorbjarnardóttir, Revathy M. Parameswaran, and Ingi Th. Bjarnason
EGU2019, SM6.3, EGU2019-6115
Poster Programme
10.04.2019 Abstract: Absolute and relative location errors in double-difference relative earthquake locations in Southwest Iceland
Ingi Th. Bjarnason and Bergthóra S. Thorbjarnardóttir
EGU General Assembly 2019, SM1.1, EGU2019-16458-1
Oral Programme
12.04.2018 Abstract: Monte Carlo method for coupled earthquake locations and 1D velocity structure determination: ‘Minimum’ models with constant velocity gradient layers
Einar Kjartansson and Ingi Thorleifur Bjarnason
EGU2018, SM4.01, EGU2018-19807
Poster Programme
12.04.2018 Poster: Stability of the double-difference earthquake location method with respect to input parameters and data sub-sampling in South Iceland
I.Th. Bjarnason, B.S. Thorbjarnardóttir
Poster Programme
27.04.2017 Poster: Investigation of temporal and lateral variations of seismic velocities insouth Iceland using ray tracing
E.Kjartansson and I.Th. Bjarnason
Abstract
26.04.2017 Abstract: In situ seismic velocity changes in Southern Iceland
Ingi Th. Bjarnason, William Menke, Bergþóra S. Þorbjarnardóttir, Einar Kjartansson, and Gunnar Guðmundsson
EGU2017, SM1.1, EGU2017-15334
Abstract
26.04.2017 Abstract: Double-difference relocation of earthquakes in South Iceland
B.S. Thorbjarnardóttir, I.Th. Bjarnason and R. Stefánsson
EGU2017, SM5.10, EGU2017-15976
Abstract

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Geophysics, Tectonics, Seismology, Plumes, Tomography, Iceland, crustal processes, Earthquake, Earthquake Hazards, Seismicity, focal mechanism, lithosphere, asthenosphere, Lithospheric mantle, hot spot, seismic velocity, human rights, projection onto convex sets