Some random pictures from Geodynamics group
activities. For the current cast of characters, see
Grand Canyon GSA Field Trip, September 2019
(courtesy of Laura J. Crossey).
Thanksgiving 2018 at the cafeteria with Ping Zhang (ANU), Rob Porritt,
Lukas Fuchs, and Matt Weller.
Geodynamics Group Retreat, Hill Country, October 2018.
right: Nick Montiel, Luc Lavier, James Biemiller, Wanying Wang,
Lukas Fuchs, Matt Weller, Rob Porritt, Zel Hurewitz, Simone Puel,
Dennis Tong. Missing: Erin Heilman and Krista Soderlund.)
Valfleunes Geodynamics Workshop, June 2018.
With Luc Lavier in Kamakura, November 2017.
Adam Holt graduates at USC, May 2016.
AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2015.
Geodynamics meeting, Oleron, France, August 2015.
Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, May
Scouting, Colombia, May 2015.
LAB meeting, Geological Society, London, February 2015.
Boris Kaus, Thorsten Becker, and Mark Jellinek at Fall AGU 2013.
Basin and Range fieldwork (07/2013)
CIDER Summer School in Berkeley CA (07/2013)
walks, PhD! (05/2013) (now post-doc at UCSC)
Menderes Massif, Turkey, fieldwork (02/2013)
USC Tectonophysics activities (2013)
field trip (03/2012)
Group poster Fall 2011
PICASSO project seismic survice run, Morocco, May 2011
Yes, Eh Tan and myself were indeed
in Japan. November 2010
Subduction dynamics meeting field
trip run by Sato-san, Mt. Fuji,
CIDER Santa Barbara, July 2010
There is light at the end!
European Geodynamics meeting in Braunwald: Attreyee Ghosh,
Mélanie Gérault, Lisa Alpert, TWB (June 2009)
Temescal canyon hike: Iain Bailey, Zi-Yu Wu, Attreyee Ghosh, TWB,
Mélanie Gérault, Whitney Behr (honorary), Thomas
Göbel (missing: Lisa Alpert, January 2009).
Group poster Fall 2009
El Cholo: Iain Bailey, Kevin Milner, Attreyee Ghosh, Lisa Alpert, Zi-Yu Wu,
Mélanie Gérault, Thomas Göbel (August 2008).
Dinner with earthquake predicters: Thorsten Becker, Peter Shebalin,
Danijel Schorlemmer, Yehuda Ben-Zion, Alvaro Gonzalez, Mark W
Stirling (April 2009, the day I got tenure...)
Boris Kaus and Thorsten Becker in Dublin for the DIAS Anisotropy
meeting; we matched our sweaters to the color of the beer (November 2008).
Brad Foley graduates with BSc (May 2008), now post-doc at DTM.
Pressure modes are not so bad! (April 2008)
Group in 08/2005: Iain Bailey (Swiss Re), Thorsten Becker, Clare
Steedman (Iris Environmental), Jules Browaeys (Total), Boris Kaus
(Prof., U Mainz), Katrin Plenkers (visiting, GMuG).