Peer-reviewed publications

  • Barnes G. and Barraud J. (2012). Imaging geologic surfaces by inverting gravity gradient data with depth horizons. Geophysics 77, G1-G11.
  • Barraud, J. (2006). The use of watershed segmentation and GIS software for textural analysis of thin sections. Journal of volcanology and geothermal research, 154(1), 17–33.
  • Barraud J., Gardien V., Allemand P., Grandjean P. (2004). Analog models of melt-flow
    networks in folding migmatites. Journal of Structural Geology, 26, 307–324.
  • Barraud J., Gardien V., Allemand P., Grandjean P. (2001). Analog modelling of melt segregation and migration during deformation. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Part A, 26, 317–323.
  • Barraud, J., Gardien, V., Allemand, P., Grandjean, P. (2001). Strain dependence of the melt migration in partially molten crustal rocks. Journal of Virtual Explorer, 4.


  • Barraud, J. (2016). A unified method for calculating the depth to source of horizontal density layers. 78th EAGE Conference, Vienna.
  • Barraud, J. (2015). Depth estimates using the curvature of gravity anomalies: the thick-sheet model. SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts, 1500–1504.
  • Warner J. and Barraud J. (2014). The integrated interpretation of gravity gradiometry with regional 2D seismic data in frontier exploration environments: an example from the north-east Greenland continental shelf. Workshop on ‘Gravity Gradiometry in the Exploration Workflow’, SEG 84th Annual Meeting, Denver.
  • Barraud J. (2013). Improving the identification of valid depth estimates from gravity gradient data using curvature and geometry analysis. First Break 31, 87–92.
  • Barraud J., Assouline F., Dyer N., Watson J. (2010). Interpretation of Gravity Gradiometry data and integration with PSDM workflow – imaging subsalt structures in Gabon. 72th EAGE Conference, Barcelona.
  • Barraud J., Bate D., Davies M., Houghton P., Versnel P. (2008). Exploring in the Utah Hinge Line using a multidisciplinary approach. 70th EAGE Conference, Rome.
  • Barnes G., Barraud J., Lumley J., Davies M. (2008). Advantages of multi-tensor, high resolution gravity gradient data. SEG Expanded Abstracts 27, 3587.
  • Barraud, J. (2005). Reactive infiltration of picritic magma in the gabbroic cumulates of Rum, Scotland. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 7, 01384.
  • Barraud, J. (2003). Digital mapping as a tool for quantification of textures in thin sections. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco.