Karen Lythgoe is a seismologist, with a focus on subsurface imaging and earthquake hazards. She has expertise in both global seismology - using earthquakes to understand the structure and dynamics of the deep Earth - and shallow seismic reflection imaging. She has experience in the acquisition, processing and analysis of seismic data. She aims to use seismology to better understand Earth processes and the hazard posed from earthquakes.
Personal website: https://www.karenlythgoe.com/
PhD, University of Cambridge, 2011 - 2015
MSci Geophysics, University of Leeds, 2007 - 2011
Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow, Earth Observatory of Singapore, current
Geophysicist (R&D), BP, 2015 - Nov 2018
Large-scale crustal structure beneath Singapore using receiver functions from a dense urban nodal array. Geophysical Research Letters. 47(7), (2020).
Detecting events in the urban seismic wavefield using a novel nodal array in Singapore: earthquakes, blasts and thunder quakes. Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth. (2020).
Cascading Partial Rupture of the Flores Thrust during the 2018 Lombok Earthquake Sequence, Indonesia. Seismological Research Letters. (2020).