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We are a group of earthquake seismologists and active tectonicists interested in the physical properties of faults, seismotectonics, crustal deformation, and the mechanics of earthquakes and faulting. We use a variety of tools, such as moment tensor inversion, waveform modeling, analysis of seismicity catalogs, and numerical models of fault friction to approach research questions. We reside in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Oregon. Active research projects and interests include