Project Website for CAT/SCAN: Calabria-Apennine-Tyrrhenian/Subduction-Collision-Accretion Network
Projects and Initiatives
Seismic imaging of active UHP exhumation in eastern Papua New Guinea
During the summer of 2006, the main activities of the research project known as the Harvard Centroid-Moment-Tensor (CMT) Project moved with Principal Investigator Göran Ekström from Harv
Lamont-Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network (LCSN) monitors earthquakes which occur primarily in the Eastern United States. The network, part of the U.S.
The MOOS experiment seeks to understand the structure and dynamics of subduction in the region of the 1964 Alaska earthquake, one of the three largest recorded (Mw 9.2), where terrane collision is
Our Ocean Bottom Seismology (OBS) Laboratory develops and operates cutting-edge instrumentation for measuring deformation of the ocean floor in a variety of experimental settings. One of our
This project develops and implements real-time, high-precision earthquake location algorithms for use in operational seismic monitoring procedures.
Rocks and ice are slip-sliding away in the LDEO Rock Mechanics lab.
Deployment of a wide-band OBS in the Gulf of California from the R/V New Horizon in Oct 2005. Seismometer is housed in the green sphere, while recording, power, and communications devices are
We mapped the surface trace of the fault rupture for about 5 km on the west bank of the Khunar River, through Balakot and into the Sarash Valley where it apparently ends.
What is a plate? We undertake a comprehensive analysis designed to significantly advance our understanding of the structure and evolution of oceanic plates.