A major focus of my research is using the magnetotelluric method to study the geological processes that occur as the the continents evolve. This includes studies of active plate boundaries and ongoing investigations of the factors that control the earthquake cycle on major faults.

Continent-continent collisions
Tibetan Plateau and the Himalaya Eastern Anatolia
Convergent plate boundaries
Canadian Cordillera Taiwan
Impact craters
Chicxulub Impact Crater
Strike-slip faults
San Andreas Fault North and East Anatolian faults Altyn Tagh Fault
Argand (1924)
Tectonics of Asia, Emile Argand (1924)

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