Position title: Assistant Professor
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My research uses seismic data to investigate the structure of, and dynamic processes that operate within, the Earth. I’m interested in developing innovative seismic imaging methods to model features within the crust and upper mantle, spanning settings such as the American Southwest and the Upper Midwest. I integrate these models with other geophysical and geological information to interpret thermal and chemical variations within the solid Earth, and uncover histories hidden within the lithosphere. Finally, I’m pursuing new experiments and novel forms of seismic data collection to study phenomena that pose hazards to society, such as melting, volcanism, and seismicity.