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Greg Waite's Profile

  • Member for:
    8 years 5 months
  • Institution:
    Michigan Technological University

Biography

Dr. Waite uses seismology to study the Earth over a range of scales from the crust to the upper mantle. His research integrates seismology with other geophysical and geological techniques to develop models for active processes in the crust and upper mantle.


Greg's research projects

Taming the Ring of Fire: Real-Time Volcano Eruption Monitoring

Volcán de Fuego (or the "Volcano of Fire") in Guatemala is a very active volcano, typically having small explosions each day. During periods of increased activity, the volcano can erupt violently, threatening thousands. With better monitoring, scientists could suggest more accurate, and timely, evacuation plans.


Projects that Greg has supported

Taming the Ring of Fire: Real-Time Volcano Eruption Monitoring

Volcán de Fuego (or the "Volcano of Fire") in Guatemala is a very active volcano, typically having small explosions each day. During periods of increased activity, the volcano can erupt violently, threatening thousands. With better monitoring, scientists could suggest more accurate, and timely, evacuation plans.

Taming the Ring of Fire: Real-Time Volcano Eruption Monitoring

Volcán de Fuego (or the "Volcano of Fire") in Guatemala is a very active volcano, typically having small explosions each day. During periods of increased activity, the volcano can erupt violently, threatening thousands. With better monitoring, scientists could suggest more accurate, and timely, evacuation plans.

Taming the Ring of Fire: Real-Time Volcano Eruption Monitoring

Volcán de Fuego (or the "Volcano of Fire") in Guatemala is a very active volcano, typically having small explosions each day. During periods of increased activity, the volcano can erupt violently, threatening thousands. With better monitoring, scientists could suggest more accurate, and timely, evacuation plans.

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