Terance J. Schuh

Graduate Student
The Simons Laboratories at Princeton University
Geophysics
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609-864-8378
Email Address: 
tschuh@princeton.edu
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Title: Graduate Student

Group: The Simons Laboratories at Princeton University

Area(s): Geophysics

Research Summary:  Joining Princeton’s Department of Geosciences in 2020, Terance is a second-year graduate student. He is mainly interested in understanding how actively deforming portions of Earth’s oceanic lithosphere behave. More specifically, his current research focuses on developing geophysical, statistical, and computational tools to analyze and interpret newly acquired seafloor data from prototypical geodetic beacons.

Keywords:  geodesy, seafloor geodesy, seismology