Juan M. Lorenzo

Department of Geology and Geophysics at LSU

Juan

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email: glloreatlsu.edu

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Near Surface Geophysics

UNO-LSU Levee Monitoring Group 




Research
Investigaci6n

Seismology at multiple scales helps me (1) seek natural but anomalous soil properties beneath flood protection levees (2) test for the causes of Pleistocene faulting in deltas (3) investigate hydraulic fracture propagation rates.

My undergraduate and graduate students tackle these issues through either analysis of field or laboratory data.


Papers


Missississippi Valley Reports

Alluvial Aquifer Seismic Tests (2012)

Holocene Meander Belt (2007) 

Seismology and Archaeology (2004)


Abstract Index

 
Education
Cursos

Students


Gulf Coast Educational Seismic Network


 

Physical Geology (Geol 1001)

 Fall 2012 Syllabus   SP2011   F2009  SP2009

Computational Tools for Geoscientists  (Geol 4002)

Reflection Seismology (Geol 4068)

 

Seismology Seminar (Geol 7972)
Theoretical Seismology (Geol 7900)
Petroleum Seismology (Geol 7900)

Free Geophysics Software 

Data loading tutorial for SeisWorks
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Last updated: 5 December 2012 by
Juan M. Lorenzo