Biological and chemical aquatic science focusing on microbial life in the ocean and coastal waters.
Using field work, laboratory experiments, and numerical models to study the evolution of fault structure, strength and stability.
Earthquake detection, location, repeating events, and velocity changes.
Climate modeling of past, present and future.
Hydroclimate variability and change; causes of drought; seasonal to decadal climate variability.
Earthquake physics; nonlinear dynamics.
Rifted margins; subduction zones; wide-angle reflection/refraction seismology; multi-channel seismic reflection data.
Chemical and physical oceanography, tracing ocean circulation and mixing using anthropogenic trace gases, Arctic oceanography.
Geomorphology, tectonics, sedimentology, hydrology, tropical meteorology.
Tectonics of sedimentary basins; isostasy; stratigraphic modeling; marine geophysics.
Magmatic fluxes in subduction zones.
Oceanography; remote sensing; bio-optics; coastal water quality.