Geoscience Seminar: April 17th
Speaker: Andrew Zuza
Topic: Linking Crustal Deformation with its Thermal Structure, from Fault Spacing to Strain Rates
Description: Andrew Zuza is an Assistant Professor in the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology at the University of Nevada, Reno. His research interests are in structural geology and continental tectonics, and he has worked on a wide variety of geologic problems, including the Cenozoic deformation in northern Tibet, paleographic reconstructions of Neoproterozoic Earth, the tectonic evolution of western Laurentia and the North American Cordillera, and the mechanics of strike-slip faulting. He uses a combination of field and analytical research to pursue his research goals.
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