Made it to San Francisco! Let the AGU madness begin...
- On Wednesday I will present new models explaining how detachment faulting and hydrothermal circulation may be viable in the amagmatic sections of ultraslow-spreading ridges. This talk will be at 11:05am, in Moscone South 310.
- On Thursday morning, Eric Mittelstaedt will be presenting results from our experiments on hydrothermal convection in 3-D printed crust analogs (poster OS41C-1989). In the afternoon (2:40pm, Moscone West 3009), I will be giving a talk on behalf of Javier Escartín and the ODEMAR Science Party demonstrating that AUV/ROV-based technology enables detailed mapping of seafloor rupture following a large submarine earthquake.
- On Friday afternoon, Phaedra Upton and I will be chairing two sessions on the feedbacks between geodynamic and surface processes. Posters will be in Moscone South, in the 900s. Talks will be at 4pm in Moscone West 2003.
- I also contributed to work presented by Hannah Mark on rate-and-state friction modeling of normal fault seismic cycles, as well as novel 3-D simulations of mid-ocean ridge faulting presented by Sam Howell.