Article by Resor, Meer ’06 Accepted in Earth and Planetary Science Letters

Phillip Resor, assistant professor of earth and environmental sciences, and Vanessa Meer '06, are co-authors on a paper titled “Slip heterogeneity on a corrugated fault," to be published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters in December. In 2005, Royer, Marie Brophy '07, pictured in foreground, and Meer (pictured in background) scanned a fault in Greece using a reflectorless total station in the field. Meer and Dana Royer returned in 2006 to rescan with a newer instrument. The paper builds on Meer's honor thesis work in Greece.

Phillip Resor, assistant professor of earth and environmental sciences, and Vanessa Meer ’06, are co-authors on a paper titled “Slip heterogeneity on a corrugated fault,” to be published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters in December. In 2005, Resor, Marie Brophy ’07, pictured in foreground, and Meer (pictured in background) scanned a fault in Greece using a reflectorless total station in the field. Meer and Resor returned in 2006 to rescan with a newer instrument. The paper builds on Meer’s honor thesis work in Greece.