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Dr Stephan Thiel
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I am currently a Senior Geophysicist at the Geological Survey of South Australia and I hold an affiliate lecturer position at the University of Adelaide. My main projects involve the Australian Lithopsheric Architecture Magnetotelluric Project (AusLAMP) in South Australia.
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I am an electromagnetic (EM) geophysicist specialising in magnetotellurics (MT), which allows to image the electrical resistivity distribution of the Earth from a few tens of metres to hundreds of kilometres depth. The technique is sensitive to fluids and other minor conducting phases and is therefore a powerful complementary tool alongside seismic methods to image the deep subsurface. MT is extensively used in conventional geothermal settings. Over the last few years, my and my students research has shown that MT also has the potential to play a significant role in the characterisation and the monitoring of EGS geothermal systems. My main research foci are:
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Member of American Physical Society
Member of the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (ASEG)
Member of the Geological Society Australia (GSA)
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