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Mark Simons: New views of glacier mechanics (Iceland and Antarctica) as enabled by airborne and spaceborne radar interferometry

Wednesday, Sep 20, 2017 at 3:30 PM until 4:30 PM [.ics]
2146 Snee Hall

Presenter: Dr. Mark Simons, John W. and Herberta M. Miles Professor of Geophysics, Caltech/Chief Scientist at JPL

Research Interests: Processes that deform the solid earth including those associated with the seismic cycle, migration of magma and water in the subsurface, tides, and glacial rebound; Tectonics and the relationship between short and long time scale processes; Glaciology, particularly basal mechanics and ice rheology; Tools and applications using space geodesy, particularly GNSS and SAR; Bayesian methods for large geophysical inverse problems.

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