Michal Camejo-Harry

Research Fellow - Volcanology



1-868-662-4659 312 ext


BSc Geology, Environmental Chemistry (2011) UWI Mona

MSc Geophysical Hazards (2012) UCL

PhD Volcanology (2020) UWI St. Augustine

Research Project

The dynamics of magma differentiation in the Grenadines, Lesser Antilles arc


  • Igneous Petrology
  • Volcano geodesy
  • Volcanic hazard and risk


I am broadly interested in constraining the scientific understanding of island arc volcanoes using a multi-disciplinary approach. My PhD research focused on the petrology of rocks from volcanic centres of the Grenadines, Lesser Antilles where I used petrographical and geochemical analyses to assess the chemical evolution of magmas in the crust and explain the behaviour of active volcanoes. I am currently responsible for the overall management of the ground deformation program related to monitoring volcanic activity in the Eastern Caribbean.

Major Publications

Journal Publications

  • Camejo-Harry, M, Melekhova, E, Blundy, Robertson, R (2019). Evolution in magma storage conditions beneath Kick-’em-Jenny and Kick-’em-Jack submarine volcanoes, Lesser Antilles arc. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 373, 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2019.01.023.
  • Camejo-Harry, M, Melekhova, E, Blundy, J, Attridge, W, Robertson, R, Christopher, T (2018). Magma evolution beneath Bequia, Lesser Antilles, deduced from petrology of lavas and plutonic xenoliths. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 173: 77. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00410-018-1504-z.