Penn State - Earthquake Seismology

In concert with the department's geodynamics, earthquake mechanics, volcanology, and active-source seismology groups, the Penn State earthquake seismology group performs research on earth structure and earthquake processes. Our work includes the analysis and collection of large data sets for investigations of seismological imaging methods, earthquake physics, and lithospheric evolution. We currently have about 10 graduate students who interact with about 60 others throughout the department.

Department of Geosciences
503 Deike Building
University Park, PA 16802
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FAX: (814) 863-7823
FAX: (814) 863-8724

Last Updated:Agust 3, 2005