Geophysics, Geodynamics & Tectonics
Geology

Geophysics, geodynamics and tectonics investigations probe beneath the earth's surface to examine the mechanics of earth's mantle in relation to the lithosphere. Tectonic plates both translate across and are subducted into the mantle, processes which change the shape of our continents and are connected to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Prof. Stephen Marshak, the Director of SESE, investigates how tectonism evolves into earth structures, such as the Brazilian Shield. To learn more about this research area, visit the faculty profiles below.

Geophysics, Geodynamics, and Tectonics
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