Active Tectonics and Geodesy
William Barnhart, Assistant Professor
The University of Iowa

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William (Bill) Barnhart

Assistant Professor

 

Ph.D. Cornell University (2013)

B.S. Washington and Lee University (2008)

Assistant Professor, University of Iowa (2015-Present)

USGS Mendenhall Postdoctoral Fellow (2013-2015)

 

Research Interests: All things tectonic that move, and how to measure those movements


william-barnhart-1@uiowa.edu

 

Katherine Peterson

Graduate Student (Masters)

B.S. University of Rochester

 

Research Project: Bimodal slip in Pakistan

katherine-peterson-1@uiowa.edu

 

 

 

 

Clayton Brengman

Graduate Student (PhD)

B.S. Northwestern University

M.S. University of Kentucky

 

Research Project: Earthquake relocations and seismic hazard in the Middle East

clayton-brengman@uiowa.edu

Cody Miller

Undergraduate Researcher

 

Research Project: InSAR and earthquake scaling relationships

 

Nickolas Johnson

Undergraduate Researcher

 

Research Project: High resolution DEMs, faulting in Pakistan

 

Hannah Shea

Undergraduate Researcher

 

Research Project: High resolution DEMs

Past Group Members:

 

Graduate:

Bryan Stressler (Masters 2017, Now at MDA)

 

Undergraduate:

Terryl Bandy:           High-resolution topographic mapping in southern California (Summer 2016 ICRU Fellow,

                                now at FSU)

Sam Wallace:          InSAR mapping in Iowa (2016-2017, now at Northwestern University)

 

Collaborators (Past and Present)

 

Richard Briggs, USGS

David Harbor, Washington and Lee University

Jessica Murray, USGS

Gavin Hayes, USGS

Harley Benz, USGS

Will Yeck, USGS

Dan McNamara, USGS

Vera Schulte-Pelkum, CU Boulder

Roger Bilham, CU Boulder

Ryan Gold, USGS

Nadine Reitman, USGS/CU Boulder

Paco Gomez, University of Missouri

Eric Fielding, NASA JPL

Eric Bergman

Michael Willis, Cornell University

Sergey Samsonov, Natural Resources Canada