Rutgers Seismology group reunites at the spring picnic of the EPS department.
Work on data from New England Seismic Transect (NEST) is FUNDED by NSF Geophysics for three years!
It is nice to agree with you colleagues: Fall 2021 AGU POSTER produced in collaboration with Javier Fullea and Sergei Lebedev.
January 21, 2021 Receiver Function Analysis tools made available on GitHub @ 2021:021:21:00.
News and Updates
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RUSeismology on GitHub
Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Xiaoran Chen the Rutgers University Seismology group now has a landing page on GitHub. It will host software we use and develop. See Software tab in the navigation menu for details.
James Bourke’s paper on southern Costa Rica structure and geodynamics is accepted
This is Jim’s first paper as a first author, with all work done and manuscript written since his arrival at Rutgers in January of 2019. Co-authors are Vadim Levin, Ivonne Arroyo and Lepolt Linkimer.
After a long wait and some careful planning I was fortunate to do a small amount of fieldwork in New England. I serviced a few instruments of the New England Seismic Transect (NEST) array located along the Mohawk Trail in NY and MA. This is a collaboration with Maureen Long (Yale) and Paul Karabinos (Williams) that … Read More