Carmen Gaina

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Carmen Gaina
Residence Norway
Nationality Romanian, Australian
Fields Geophysicist
Institutions Geological Survey of Romania, Bucharest, Romania (1987-1991)
EarthByte group, School of Geosciences, University of Sydney, Australia (1995-2005)
Centre for Geodynamics, Norwegian Geological Survey, Norway (2005- )
Alma mater MSc, University of Bucharest, Romania
PhD, University of Sydney, Australia (1999)
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Carmen Gaina is a geophysicist whose research goal is to study the evolution of the global oceanic regions, she is involved in compilation of large geophysical datasets (Circum-Arctic Mapping Project[3] part (CAMP-GM) of the new World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map release (WDMAM)). She is the team leader of the Centre for Geodynamics, Norwegian Geological Survey.[2]

The Centre for Geodynamics has a leading role in the studies of Mantle dynamics utilising 3-D computer simulations.

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