Mark Chapman is a Senior Research Geophysicist at The Edinburgh Anisotropy Project (EAP) in the British Geological Survey. Coming from a mathematical background, Mark received a PhD in Geophysics from The University of Edinburgh in 2001. He maintains a strong research interest in developing theoretical models to describe the elastic properties of fluid-saturated, fractured rock. His recent research involves the inversion of frequency-dependent seismic attributes in terms of fluid saturation, as well as fracture scale lengths and connectivities.
- Jakobsen, M. and M. Chapman (2009) Unified theory of global flow and squirt flow in cracked porous media,, Geophysics 74(2):WA65.