A wide range of geodynamics research is carried out in the Seismo Lab.
We develop advanced numerical models of tectonic processes constrained by geological and geophysical observations. In particular, theuse of such models to provide a physical basis for interpretation of seismological observations made on local, regional, and global scales. Our development of geodynamic models is being coordinated through forward and backward numerical simulations.
We also collect geodetic observations, including radar interferometry and GPS (both temporary and permanent deployments), and the use of this data to constrain models of regional tectonic and volcanic processes, as well as the rheological structure of the lithosphere.
We have detailed descriptions of various projects in geodynamics.
Seismo Lab scientists doing research in this area: