John Diebold, a marine scientist who sailed the world’s oceans for more than four decades using sound waves to study earthquake faults, underwater volcanoes and other normally hidden features of the seabed, died on July 1 at his home in Nyack, N.Y. The apparent cause was a heart attack, his family said; he was 66.
What is a plate? We undertake a comprehensive analysis designed to significantly advance our understanding of the structure and evolution of oceanic plates.
Collaborative Research: Geophysical Constraints on Mechanisms of Ocean Plateau Formation from Shatsky Rise, Northwest Pacific
Oceanic Volcanic Plateaus are a submarine form of Large Igneous Provinces.
|Name||Title||Fields of interest|
|Spahr C. Webb||Jerome M. Paros/Lamont Research Professor of Observational Physics||Marine Seismology, Ocean Mantle Dynamics, Marine EM.|
|John C. Mutter||Professor||Mid-ocean ridge and rift tectonics; natural disasters and sustainable development.|
|John B. Diebold||Senior Research Scientist||Velocity analysis, MCS data acquisition, seismic source arrays|