Lunch time blogging!
I get sucked into my work sometimes and it's hard to break that. So I
am sitting outside! A nice break!
I thought I would take this opportunity to introduce a few of my
I started my career as a geology undergrad in classical geology. I
loved it! The classes were awesome, and there were field trips! My
senior thesis is on volcano infrasound, and my last year of undergrad
I was introduced to geophysics. LOVED IT! I took an applied geophysics
class and we used GPR, active source seismic, and looked at magnetic
surveys... it was amazingly fun!
I took a year off to work between undergrad and grad school (mostly
because I needed to sleep after the insanity of trying to finish my
Off I went to grad school in geophysics and loved that too. My
master's degree is in global seismology. While I love geophysics, what
I really love is processes. I like using the geophysics to get at what
is really going on. I was thankful for my strong geology background
and still rely on it as a way to ground truth results. "Does this make
sense with what I know?" Is something I ask myself all the time.
Now I am back in infrasound! I couldn't be happier! Hunting signals
from a variety of different processes and trying to learn something
about them? What could be more enjoyable!?
But this couldn't be a blog post about my favorite things without the
word VOLCANOES in huge letters. I love volcanoes. I really do. I think
they are amazingly complex creatures with distinct personalities and I
love meeting new ones!
That's all folks for today!
I have an email address set up for the blog now so email away!
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gmail (dot) com the website is still in the works!
It's crunch time for AGU (I'm not personally going though) so things
are a little busy around here but I will try and be better about this
blog than I was about my last one!
P.S. I know I over use "!" I just get so excited! You will have to
excuse the bad habit.