Student opportunities

I am always interested in working with qualified students.  Research opportunities in neotectonics include active strike-slip and extensional structures in central Tibet, the sinistral Garlock fault, active range front faults in the Andes of Argentina, the central Alaska range, and radar interferometry.

Michael H. Taylor, Ph.D.
Department of Geology
The University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045
fax: 785-864-5276

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