My group has partnered with Professor Ken Mattsson at Uppsala University, Sweden, to develop numerical methods for wave propagation problems. We simulate flexural-gravity waves in floating ice shelves offshore Antarctica, seismic waves and tsunamis from earthquakes, and acoustic waves from volcanic eruptions and explosions.
We study how ocean waves flex and bend ice shelves, potentially contributing to rifting, fracture growth, and ice shelf disintegration.
We use infrasound waves to help forecast eruptions at Villarica Volcano, Chile.
We use seismic data to image the shallow "plumbing system" of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii.
Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
We perform computer simulations of the magnitude 9 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.
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