Alfred Wegener Professor of Geophysics
Office: A250 Weeks Hall
Present-day and past crustal deformation at scales ranging from global-scale to individual faults. I rely on a variety of marine geophysical, satellite-based, airborne, seismologic, and geodetic data for my work. My present program has field and modeling components, with significant emphasis on the seismic cycles and faulting mechanisms of subduction zones.
Assorted introductory level undergraduate geology classes and graduate level tectonics and geodynamics.