James Biemiller

B.S., Physics & Geology, Washington & Lee University, 2015
Ph.D., Geological Science, Jackson School of Geosciences, 2020

Office: ROC , JGB
Mailcode: R2200

Co-supervisors


My research focuses on active tectonic processes, particularly deformation mechanisms in rift and subduction zones. More specifically, the relationship between short-term and long-term deformation at active plate boundaries and the physical controls on deformation style. This includes geodynamic modeling of these processes informed by a variety of geophysical and geological methods including GPS, gravity, seismology, structural geology, thermochronometric and cosmogenic dating.