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Cornelis (Kees) WEEMSTRA

CWP visiting scholar
Country: The Netherlands
E-mail: kweemstr@mines.edu



 

Kees received his Bachelor of Earth Sciences (majoring in Geology/Geophysics) and Master of Geophysics degrees from Utrecht University in 2007 and 2010, respectively. His Master's degree research was conducted at the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) and it focused on the array analysis of low frequency atmospheric sound (also called infrasound). He then used this infrasound research to study the calving behavior of glaciers in Greenland.

Kees is currently enrolled as a Ph.D. student in the geophysics program at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland. While visiting at CWP, Kees works with Professor Roel Snieder on surface waves obtained from ambient noise cross-correlations, mainly focusing on the ability to obtain estimates of anelastic attenuation. His project is supported by Spectraseis as a partner institution within the European Commission-funded 'QUantative Estimation of Earth's Seismic Sources and STructure' (QUEST) Initial Training Network.

Kees' hobbies include various sports, including: soccer, skiing and cycling, as well as literature and backpacking.

 

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