Professor Richard England

Richard England

Emeritus Professor of Geophysics

Tel: +44 (0)116 252 3795  


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My research interests include the applications of seismic and potential field data to the properties and evolution of the continental lithosphere, particularly rift systems, continental margins and the process of epeirogenesis.

I supervise research on the velocity structure of Europe, the Ethiopian rift, and rifting in Mongolia.


  • Ebbing, J., England, R., Lauritsen, T., Olsen, O., Stratford, W., and Weidle, C. 2012. Structure of the Scandes lithosphere from surface to depth. Tectonophysics, 536-537, 1-24. DOI: 10.1016/j.tecto.2012.02.016

  • England, R. and Ebbing, J. 2012. Crustal structure of central Norway and Sweden from integration of a teleseismic receiver function profile and modelling of the gravity anomaly. Geophysical Journal International. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2012.05607.x
  • Rippington, S., Cunningham, D., England, R., and Hendriks, B. 2012. The crustal assembly of southern Mongolia: new structural, lithological and geochronological data from the Nemegt and Altan ranges. Gondwana Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.2012.09.001
  • Maupin V., Agostini A., Artemieva I., Balling N., Beekman F., Ebbing J., England R., Frassetto A., Gradmann S., Jacobsen B. H., Köhler A., Kvarven T., Medhus A.B., Mjelde R., Ritter J., Stratford W., Thybo H., Wawerzinek B. and Weidle C. 2013. The deep structure of the Scandes and possible relations to its tectonic history and present topography. Tectonophysics, 603, 15-37.

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