Soil Movement and Conflict Resolution
An independent interdisciplinary group of scientists from Utrecht University is studying the problems surrounding soil movements, such as the earthquakes in Groningen and subsidence in peat meadow areas.
The group looks at soil movement from the perspective of conflict prevention, conflict management and human suffering or damage. These include scientists from geography, law, psychology, ethics and governance.
- Liability Law, Law of Damages, Empirical Legal Studies
- Deltas, Geomorphology, Physical Geography, Subsidence, Subsurface Architecture and Characterisation
- Earthquakes, Plate Tectonics, Tectonophysics, Tsunamis, Geodynamics, Seismology, Subduction Zones, Data Assimilation
- Earthquakes, Subsidence, Tsunamis, Geothermal Energy, Plate Tectonics, Geotherms, Rheology, Sedimentary Basins, Tectonophysics
- Subsidence, CO2 Storage, Sustainability, Energy Storage, Geo Energy, Rock Mechanics, Fluid-Rock Interaction
- Acoustics, Compressive Sensing, Electromagnetic Fields, Exploratory Seismology, Geophysics, Image Processing, Image Science, Inverse Problems, Numerical Modelling, Radar Imaging, Rock Properties, Seismic Imaging, Seismology, Signal Processing, Solid Mechanics, Wave Propagation
- Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning, Interdisciplinary Education
- Environmental Governance, Water Governance, Climate Adaptation, Sustainable Cities, Flood Risk Management
- Inverse Theory, Machine Learning, Data Analysis, Theoretical and Computational Seismology, Earthquakes, Earth's Deep Interior, Mineral Physics