Ronni Grapenthin

University of Alaska Fairbanks
Geophysical Institute
2156 Koyukuk Drive
Fairbanks, AK-99775


2019-10-17: Ultra‐long Duration of Seismic Ground Motion Arising From a Thick, Low‐Velocity Sedimentary Wedge published in JGR.
2019-09-23: I am looking for 2 new PhD students on NSF-funded projects related to volcano geodesy. Start date is in the Fall 2020. See Student Opportunities.
2019-07-26: I will start a new position at UAF and the Geophysical Institute in mid-August. Hence, this website is in transition, too.
2019-06-01: CONVERSE & IAVCEI Geodesy workshop announced and registration is open.
2019-03-11: How can we use GPS/GNSS satellite observations to get the receiver position? A quick write-up for students based on just the pseudorange observable: Position Estimation With Pseudoranges.
2019-02-28: Quantifying the Value of Real-time Geodetic Constraints for Earthquake Early Warning using a Global Seismic and Geodetic Dataset published in JGR.


Associate Professor of Geophysics / Geodesy at the Department of Geology and the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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Ronni Grapenthin
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Geophysical Institute
2156 Koyukuk Dr.
Fairbanks, AK-9775

office: Elvey 413B
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