Ronni Grapenthin

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


2020-05-15: New paper Unexpected large eruptions from buoyant magma bodies within viscoelastic crust published in Nature Communications today.
2020-02-06: I put a preprint of a book chapter on GNSS here. Comes with some overview on the theory, and plenty of applications.
2020-02-02: Decadal-scale aquifer dynamics and structural complexities at a municipal wellfield revealed by 25 years of InSAR and recent groundwater temperature observations, published in WRR (for a while already).
2019-12-07: I am looking for 2 Postdocs, one for a NASA-funded project on large earthquake analysis with instantaneous velocities, the other for an earthquake early warning in collaboration with AEC. Starting date in spring 2020 would be ideal. Get in touch! Formal announcement to come soon.
2019-10-17: Ultra‐long Duration of Seismic Ground Motion Arising From a Thick, Low‐Velocity Sedimentary Wedge published in JGR.


Associate Professor of Geophysics / Geodesy at the Department of Geosciences 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
phone: +1 907-474-7286

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