My research uses satellite radar interferometry (InSAR) to measure millimeter-level changes to Earth’s surface over time. InSAR has a huge variety of geophysical applications, like mapping ground deformation due to the 2018 eruption of Kilauea:

As a member of the algorithm development team for the OPERA project at JPL, I have been working on the North American Surface Displacement products, which will be a free and open dataset of ground deformation from Sentinel-1 and NISAR.

During my Ph.D., I used InSAR to monitor surface changes over the Permian Basin in West Texas. I worked with geologists and seismologists to better understand the causes of the induced earthquakes associated with oil and gas production.

You can find my full publication list on my Google Scholar profile.