|Present||Professor, University of South Florida ‐ School of Geosciences|
Studies of source and propagation effects for volcanic tremor, low-frequency events, and explosion earthquakes, Volcanic hazards assessments in Alaska, California, and Central America, The mechanical behavior of volcanoes, including periodicity of eruptions, and the effects of earth tides, sea level variations, and tectonic stresses on triggering eruptive activity, Volcano infrasound, and Volcanic lightning
Professional Service and Affiliations
|1982 - Present||Member, Seismological Society of America||1980 - Present||Member, American Geophysical Union||1993 - 1995||Seismology, co-leader, US side, Japan-US Science and Technology Council, Working Group on Volcano|
Honors and Awards
- Honorary Fellow, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, 2015
- 21st Century College of Excellence Fellowship, May-June 2006, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
- Terrence and Katrina Moore Prize, UAF Geophysical Institute, 2001
- National Performance Review (Hammer Award) to Alaska Volcano Observatory, 1996
|1985||Ph.D., Columbia University|
|1984||M.Phil., Columbia University|
|1982||M.A., Columbia University|
|1977||B.A., Wesleyan University|
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Examining the Statistical Relationships between Volcanic Seismic, Infrasound, and Electrical ...
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2020)
Sakurajima volcano in Japan is known for frequent eruptions containing prolific volcanic lightning. Previous studies from eruptions at Redoubt have ...
Duration–Amplitude Relationships of volcanic Tremor and Earthquake Swarms Preceding ...
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2015)
Duration–amplitude relationships were studied for tremor episodes and earthquake swarms occurring during the 2009 eruption of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska. Duration–amplitude ...