His current research aims at evaluating the impact of inherited Timanian faults that segment Svalbard and connect with thrust systems in the Barents Sea and northwestern Russia on the Caledonian Orogeny, Devonian-Carboniferous basins, the Eurekan Orogeny, the break-up of the Northeast Atlantic Ocean, and on potential oceanic core complexes and methane seepage west of Spitsbergen.
Jean-Baptiste received his Ph.D. from UiT The Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø in 2018, working with Devonian-Carboniferous extensional faulting in northern Norway and in the SW Barents Sea at the ARCEx. He also spend a month at UNIS studying Carboniferous basins in Svalbard, and a month at San Diego State University mapping a portion of the San Andreas fault.
He is now working 50% at UiT for the SEAMSTRESS project and 50% at UiO.
Affiliations: UiT, UiO, CAGE, ARCEx, SEAMSTRESS
Jean-Baptiste has 2 publications listed in Cristin