Helen Smyth received her B.Sc. (Hons) from Queens University of Belfast in 2001 and Ph.D. from Royal Holloway University of London in 2005. Helen's Ph.D. with the SE Asia Research Group focused on the basin history and volcanic activity of East Java, Indonesia, supervised by Prof. Robert Hall and Dr. Gary Nichols.
Following her Ph.D. Helen held a post-doctoral position with the SE Asia Research Group before joining CASP in 2006 as a geologist. She is the project leader for Arctic Research & Database Project 2010-2012: Part 1 Canadian Arctic Islands.
- Scott, R.A., Smyth, H.R., Morton, A.C. and Richardson, N., Eds. (2013). "Sediment Provenance Studies in Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production", London, Geological Society, Special Publications, 348
- Williamson, M.C., Smyth, H., Peterson, R.C. and Lavoie, D. (2011). "Comparative geological studies of volcanic terrain on Mars: Examples from the Isachsen Formation, Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic". In Analogs for Planetary Exploration, Geological Society of America Special Papers 483: p249-261
- Smyth, H., Crowley, Q.G., Hall, R., Kinny, P.D., Hamilton, P.J. and Schmidt, D.N. (2011). "A Toba-scale eruption in the Early Miocene: The Semilir eruption, East Java, Indonesia". Lithos 126 (3-4): p198-211