My research focuses on the crustal structure, seismology, and tectonics of
eastern Russia, and western Alaska, as well as analysis of local Michigan
earthquakes. Research work is in cooperation with the Geophysical Institute of the University
of Alaska Fairbanks , and seismic networks associated with the Northeast
Interdisciplinary Research Institute (Magadan, Russia), and the Yakutian
Institute of Geological Sciences (Yakutsk, Siberia, Russia). In addition,
I operate the seismic station here at Michigan State University (Station LNSM).
Ph.D., 1999, Dept. of Geological Sciences (Geology), Michigan State University
M.S., 1996, Dept. of Geological Sciences (Geology), Michigan State University
B.S., 1993, Hope College (Geology)
Isoseismal map of the magnitude 3.4 Central Michigan Earthquake compiled by T. H. Faust, K. Fujita, and K. G. Mackey. Seismogram recorded by MichSeis seismometer at Ann Arbor, MI. Ann Arbor Seismogram courtesy of Larry J. Ruff, University of Michigan. Figure graphics by Kevin G. Mackey.