Satelliten- und Aerogeophysik

Peter Haas

Working group Satellite- and Aerogeophysics

Institute of Geosciences

Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel

Otto-Hahn-Platz 1

D-24118 Kiel, Germany

Tel.: +49-431-880-4562

Fax.: +49 431 880 4432

E-Mail: peter.haas@ifg.uni-kiel.de

Prof. Dr. Jörg Ebbing


 

About myself:

Since 2017: PhD Student at University of Kiel, Section Satellite and airborne geophysics

2014-2017 Msc. Geophysics, University of Kiel

2011-2014 Bsc. Geosciences, University of Frankfurt

 

Fields of research:

  • Gravity inversion

  • Geophysical modeling with satellite gravity gradients

  • Crustal structure of remote areas

  • Plate tectonics

  • Reconstruction of plate tectonics with satellite gravity data

 

Projects:

Since 2017: LithoSat (Linking the deep structures of the cratons of Africa and South America by integrated geophysical modeling)

 

Awards:

2018: Best Master Thesis, awarded by Verein der Freunde und Förderer der Geophysik, Kiel

2015: Best Poster at Rolf-Meißner-Symposium, Kiel


 

Publications:

J. Ebbing, P. Haas, F. Ferraccioli, F. Pappa, W. Szwillus, J. Bouman – Earth tectonics as seen by GOCE – Enhanced satellite gravity gradient imaging, Nature Scientific Reports, Vol. 8, 1-9, 2018.

M. Shahraki, H. Schmeling, P. Haas – Lithospheric thickness jumps at the S-Atlantic continental margins from satellite gravity data and modelled isostatic anomalies, Tectonophyics, Vol. 722, 106-117, 2017.

 

Talks (first-author only):

P. Haas, J. Ebbing, W. Szwillus - A joint analysis of gravity gradient inverted Moho depth and GOCE products for Western Gondwana, ESA Living Planet Symposium, Milano, 2019.

P. Haas, J. Ebbing, W. Szwillus – Comparison of crustal thickness models obtained by satellite gravity and gravity gradient inversion – A case study for South America, German-Swiss Geodynamics Workshop, Noer, Germany, 2018.

P. Haas, J. Ebbing, W. Szwillus – Gravity and gravity gradient inversion of the South American Moho using tesseroids, PICO at EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 2018.

P. Haas, J. Ebbing, C. Gaina – Defining tectonic boundaries with satellite gravity gradients, DGG General Assembly, Potsdam, Germany, 2017.

 

Posters (first-author only):

P. Haas, J. Ebbing, W. Szwillus – Cratonic cores of Western Gondwana illuminated by forward and inverse GOCE gradient modelling, DGG General Assembly, Braunschweig, Germany, 2019.

P. Haas, J. Ebbing, W. Szwillus – Gravity gradient inversion of the West African Moho depth using tesseroids, Africa Array Scientific Meeting, Johannesburg, 2018.

P. Haas, J. Ebbing, C. Gaina – Unveiling signs of old supercontinents by satellite gravity gradients and curvature attributes with special focus on Antarctica, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 2018.

P. Haas, J. Ebbing – A density model of North-western Europe as a test case for forward and inverse modelling, DGG General Assembly, Münster, Germany, 2016.

P. Haas, M. Shahraki, H. Schmeling – Geoid anomalies of passive continental margins of satellite data and interpretation by isostatic models, Rolf-Meißner-Symposium Kiel, Germany, 2015.

P. Haas, M. Shahraki, H. Schmeling – On the study of passive margins from satellite gravity signals, General assembly of the DGG (German Geophysical Society), Karlsruhe, Germany, 2014.


 

Theses:

Master Thesis: Defining tectonic boundaries with satellite gravity gradients, University of Kiel, 2017.

Bachelor Thesis: Geoid-Anomalien passiver Kontinentalränder aus Satellitendaten und ihre Interpretation durch isostatische Modelle, University of Frankfurt, 2014.


 

Media:

Contribution in German TV-program:

https://www.ndr.de/fernsehen/sendungen/schleswig-holstein_magazin/Forscher-blicken-unters-Eis-der-Antarktis,shmag59936.html

GOCE gravity data within plate tectonic framework:

https://www.esa.int/spaceinvideos/Videos/2018/11/GOCE_reveals_Antarctic_tectonics