Dr. Seth Stein, William Deering Professor and Institute for Policy Studies Associate in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Northwestern University, will be speaking as part of the Geological and Atmospheric Sciences Spring 2017 Seminar Series.
Title: Why earthquake hazard maps often fail: a challenge in natural hazard forecasting
Location: Science Hall room 152
Date/Time: Friday, 10 February, 4:10pm
Coffee/tea and snacks will be served in the Geology Library (room 257) at 3:30pm.
Dr. Stein’s research focuses on investigating plate boundary processes and deformation within the lithosphere using a range of techniques including space-based geodesy, seismology, and marine geophysics.