Dr. Andrew Lamb
Department of Geosciences
115 Gearhart Hall
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 575-8685
Fax: (479) 575-3469
Ph.D. Boise State
M.S. Florida Institute of Technology
BS University of Dublin (Trinity)
|Teaching Areas||Geophysics, Solid Earth|
Dr. Andrew Lamb’s research interests are in the application of gravity and magnetic geophysics to solve geologic and tectonic problems that range from earthquake hazards to geothermal energy exploration and development.
|Current Research Projects||
His most recent postdoctoral research focuses on the use of aeromagnetic and gravity data, constrained by seismic and geological mapping, to help determine the extent of geologic structures and earthquake hazards in the Columbia River basin.
Develop unconventional aeromagnetic acquisition methods, in areas inaccessible to traditional fixed wing airborne surveys, to investigate the relationship between the Cascadia convergent margins back-arc and forearc tectonic connections. These tectonic links are poorly understood and likely play an important role in hazard assessment for the region.
Develop methodologies that use micro-seismicity earthquake data to help constrain structural models derived from magnetic and gravity data.
Creation of a three-dimensional geologic and structural model for the Cascadia fore-arc and back-arc to compare with other global analogous fore-arc and back-arc connections.
A.P. Lamb, R. J. Blakely, B. L. Sherrod, and R. E. Wells, (In USGS internal review), Investigating relationships between the Yakima Fold and Thrust Belt and basement structure in Washington State using matched filtering of gravity and high-resolution aeromagnetic data
M. Brocher, R. E. Wells, A.P. Lamb, and C. S. Weaver (2017), Evidence for distributed clockwise rotation of the crust in the northwestern United States from fault geometries and focal mechanisms, Tectonics, 36, doi:10.1002/ 2016TC004223
A.P. Lamb, K. van Wijk, L. M. Liberty and T. D. Mikesell (2014), The spatial cross-correlation method for dispersive surface waves, Geophysical Journal International, 199(1), 1–10, doi:10.1093/gji/ggu237
A.P. Lamb, L. M. Liberty, R. J. Blakely, T. L. Pratt, B. L. Sherrod, and K. van Wijk (2012), Western limits of the Seattle fault zone and its interaction with the Olympic Peninsula, Washington, Geosphere, 8(4), 915–930, doi:10.1130/GES00780.1
D. Mikesell, K. van Wijk, E. Ruigrok, A.P. Lamb, and T. E. Blum (2012), A modified delay-time statics method for statics estimation with the virtual refraction, Geophysics Letters, 77(6), A29-A33, doi:10.1190/GEO2012-0111.1
A.P. Lamb, K. van Wijk, L. M. Liberty, A. Revil, and C. Diggins (2012), Near-surface imaging of a hydro-geothermal system at Mount Princeton, Colorado using 3D seismic, self-potential, and dc resistivity data, The Leading Edge, 31, 70-74, doi: 10.1190/1.3679330