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Most Recent Results

Fournier et al. (2009): Tracking magma volume recovery at Okmok Volcano using GPS and an Unscented Kalman Filter [PDF]

Freymueller et al. (2008): Active deformation processes in Alaska, based on 15 years of GPS measurements [PDF]

STEEP: St. Elias Erosion and Tectonics Project

STEEP is a project supported by the NSF Continental Dynamics program, aimed at studying linkages between tectonics and erosion, in the St. Elias orogen of southern Alaska. Our part of this project involves GPS measurements and modeling of crustal deformation in this system. Graduate student Julie Elliott is working with me on this project.

Fundamental Questions

The overall STEEP project website is hosted at the UT Institute of Geophysics.

Dr. Jeffrey T. Freymueller
Professor of Geophysics
Geophysical Institute
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Fairbanks, AK 99775-7320

Phone 907-474-7286
Fax 907-474-7290
Office 413B Elvey