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University of Washington

United States

Project Description

Hosted students or early career scientist can engage on studies involving seafloor and terrestrial geodesy, particularly efforts to study the crustal deformation at subduction zones. The visit can be used as a training opportunity for those seeking to develop skills when working with seafloor geodetic data, including data collection and data processing practices. Those who visit in early July may be able to join a research cruise. We can also advise on the processing and interpretation of InSAR data.

Proposed Hosting Period

Summer and/or fall 2024.


office space; high performance computing; multidisciplinary expertise across campus that spans a range of subduction zone processes; marine facilities and resources.

Host Contact

David Schmidt

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