Multiple USGS Postdoc Fellowships (Mendenhall)

Minson, Sarah E sminson at
Wed Nov 10 00:37:31 UTC 2021

Multiple USGS Postdoc Fellowships (Mendenhall):


The USGS Earthquake Science Center invites applications to the Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program on a variety of research topics. Why is it great to work for USGS? We serve the Nation by providing reliable scientific information while valuing differences, encouraging each other, and collaborating to make new discoveries. Fellowships provide 2 years of salary and benefits, as well as funding to support the proposed research project. Interested candidates can view position descriptions related to each topic at the sites below. Positions are based out of one or more of our offices in California and Washington State. Candidates are encouraged to discuss their proposal(s) and/or the application process with the USGS scientists listed on each opportunity. The deadline to apply is 6 January 2022.

All Opportunities.<>

20-25 Elliott 20-25. Imaging northern California faults and their connectivity in 3D<>

20-26 Grant 20-26. Geotechnical and geomorphic investigations of submarine slope stability and seascape evolution in the Cascadia Subduction Zone

20-27 Nevitt 20-27. Fault processes and mechanics near Earth’s surface during coseismic and aseismic slip

20-28 Minson 20-28. Cascadia subduction zone transient deformation: Implications for earthquake hazard<>

20-29 Gomberg 20-29. Machine learning/artificial intelligence for seafloor geodesy<>

20-30 Kaven 20-30. Seismic hazard analyses in geologic carbon sequestration<>

20-17 Shelly 20-17. Optimizing the characterization of small earthquakes for seismic forecasting<>

20-18 Moschetti 20-18. Towards non-ergodic ground-motion models in the National Seismic Hazard Model<>

20-19 Kean 20-19. Advanced scientific computing to improve assessment of post-fire debris-flow hazards<>

20-20 DuRoss 20–20. Advancing seismic hazard characterization using lacustrine paleoseismology<>

20-21 Pratt 20-21. Analysis of active tectonics and fault systems in Puerto Rico<>

20-22 Yeck 20-22. Leveraging machine learning for next-generation global earthquake monitoring<>

20-23 Field 20-23. Forging next generation earthquake forecast models<>

20-24 Boyd 20-24. Applications of full-waveform inversion for high-resolution seismic velocity models and site response in support of earthquake ground motion investigations<>

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