I first worked in Alaska as a member of the geological team evaluating fault rupture hazard for the Trans-Alaska pipeline. Three decades later, the great Denali earthquake drew me back to study the 325-km long rupture that produced the earthquake. That rekindled my interest in the neotectonics of the Alaska region.
- Detecting co-seismic displacements in glaciated regions: An example from the great November 2002 Denali earthquake using SPOT horizontal offsets. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 270, 209-220. (2008).
- The 2002 Denali fault earthquake, Alaska: A large magnitude, slip-partitioned event. Science. 300, 1113-1118. (2003).