Grant George Buffett


After completing a Bachelor’s of Science degree in 1999, Grant George Buffett worked with several oil industry seismic data service companies where he processed and analyzed seismic data from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada.

From 2003 to 2006 he worked for the Geological Survey of Canada where he was involved with 2D and 3D land seismic surveys and vertical seismic profiling from deep seismic reflection studies to diamond exploration.

In 2006 Grant began graduate studies at ICTJA-CSIC in Barcelona where he was principally researching seismic oceanography, with particular interest in the Alboran Sea, Gulf of Cadiz and Western Iberian Margin. In this region he studied and characterized the structure of the Mediterranean Outflow Water using seismic reflection profiling employing novel conventional and stochastic methods.

After completing his doctorate in 2011, Grant undertook post-doctoral research at GEOMAR in Kiel, Germany. Here, he studied thermohaline staircases in the Tyrrhenian Sea by employing seismic reflection profiling to estimate parameters of diapycnal mixing, a process important for the overall mixing of the ocean and responsible for the ocean’s heat budget.

Currently he is employed by the project WE-ME (Western Mediterranean) a project conceived to address the mechanisms of plate subduction between Africa and Iberia.

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