Exciting news! We're transitioning to the Statewide California Earthquake Center. Our new website is under construction, but we'll continue using this website for SCEC business in the meantime. We're also archiving the Southern Center site to preserve its rich history. A new and improved platform is coming soon!

Julie C. Fosdick

Center for Integrative Geosciences
University of Connecticut
Assistant Professor

Expertise: Thermochronology and Basin Analysis
About Me Publications
Baden, C. W., Shuster, D. L., Aron, F., Fosdick, J. C., B├╝rgmann, R., & Hilley, G. E. (2022, 09). A Few Good Bends: Bridging earthquakes and mountain building along the Santa Cruz Mountains Restraining Bend in northern California. Oral Presentation at 2022 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 12594
Blisniuk, K. D., Balco, G., Fosdick, J. C., & Waco, J. N. (2019, 08). Evidence for an alternative position for the primary active strand of the San Andreas Fault along its restraining bend in southern California. Poster Presentation at 2019 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 9521
Waco, J., Blisniuk, K. D., & Fosdick, J. C. (2017, 08). Evidence for an active and evolving left-stepping San Andreas fault (Mission Creek fault strand) from the Little San Bernardino Mountains to Yucaipa Ridge. Poster Presentation at 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 7849
Fosdick, J. C., Blisniuk, K. D., & Wersan, L. (2016, 08). Sedimentary provenance constraints on the Quaternary faulting history of the Mission Creek fault strand, southern San Andreas Fault Zone, CA. Poster Presentation at 2016 SCEC Annual Meeting. SCEC Contribution 6574
Fosdick, J. C., & Blisniuk, K. D. (2018). Sedimentary signals of recent faulting along an old strand of the San Andreas Fault, USA. Scientific Reports, 8(1). doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-30622-3. SCEC Contribution 8949

Last updated Sep 12, 2022.