Rumble Crumble Boom Boom
"There's always a boom tomorrow."
My work at the Seismo Lab the
summer of 1994 mostly involved making pictures of earthquakes using AVS.
San-Fernando and Northridge
From a distance. Only
the mainshocks are really visible, and you may have to squint for them.
Upside down! A
Angle 1 Northridge
shocks in a row.
Angle 2 Different
Here are the keyframes for the final animation:
Animations now available.
Other geological interests have been asthenobacteria,
jokulhlaups, and the New Madrid fault.