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Rock Fractures and Fluid Flow

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  • UCL Rock and Ice Physics Laboratory – (The Rock & Ice Physics Laboratory (RIPL) at UCL is a major research facility which forms part of the Earth Sciences Department)
  • Tectonor - (Tectonor AS is an independent company providing consultancy research services for tectonic modelling to the petroleum industry.)
  • SINTEF – (SINTEF concentrate on technologies for the exploration and production of petroleum resources)
  • Repsol – (Norwegian branch of the integrated energy company)
  • EON – (Oil and Gas exploration and production)
  • RWE – (Norwegian branch of the global energy company)
  • Nordic Volcanological Center – (NordVolc is a research centre specialising in volcanology and related fields)
  • FutureVolc - (European volcanological supersite in Iceland: a monitoring system and network for the future)
  • NEMOH – (Numerical, Experimental and Stochastic modelling of vOlcanic processes and hazards)
  • IAVCEI – (Internatlonal Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior)
  • Collapse Caldera Database – (A compilation of known calderas around the world)
  • Icelandic Met Office - (Monitoring and research related to natural hazards in Iceland)
  • INGV Catania - (Monitoring, research and surveillance in the fields of geophysics and volcanology)
  • USGS Earthquake Hazards Program - (A utility for searching for global earthquakes)

Contact: rf3@es.rhul.ac.uk


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