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View Resource Understanding Earthquakes: Elastic Rebound Animation

This animation shows what happens to a road as lateral stresses accumulate and then are released in an earthquake. A downloadable version is also provided for offline use.

View Resource Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

Located in Princeton, New Jersey, GFDL conducts research where the goal is to expand the scientific understanding of the physical processes that govern the behavior of the atmosphere and the oceans as complex fluid systems. Site provides information on current research projects, faculty and staff, requesting data, and educational programs. The Gallery provides exceptional figures and animations...

View Resource Geophysical Inversion Tutorials and Workflows

Geophysical inversion is deriving the structure of the Earth's subsurface from data collected at the surface, using a formal 'inversion' algorithm that creates a subsurface model structure directly from the surface observations. This portal provides links to introductory articles, online tutorials, and workflows for use in geoscience tasks such as mineral exploration, geotechnical or...

View Resource Geol 202: The Earth's Interior

This beginning geophysics course is designed for geology majors. It provides a relatively rigorous and homework-intensive overview of the structure and evolution of the Earth and terrestrial planets, at a level higher than a descriptive geology class, but lower than the standard introduction to geophysics for seniors or first year graduate students. Demonstrations are presented with links to a...

View Resource Geological Inverse Theory Resources

This website from Andrew A. Ganse of the University of Washington's Applied Physics Laboratory includes a list of resources on geophysical inverse theory. It includes introductory material, textbooks, papers, web resources, lab lecture notes and more.

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