Chris W. Milliner

JPL, Caltech
Postdoctoral Fellow

Expertise: Active tectonics, remote sensing, data analysis
 
 
About Me Publications
My research involves using geodetic and field techniques to better understand how faults release strain throughout the earthquake cycle from the surface to upper mantle depths.
I am interested in developing InSAR, GPS, lidar differencing, and optical image correlation techniques with field-based surveys to measure processes ranging from multi-segment co-seismic ruptures, aseismic transients, and post-seismic afterslip to viscoelastic relaxation.
I am particularly interested in understanding the mechanics of near-field co-seismic surface deformation, and how new and emerging geodetic datasets (e.g. optical image correlation and lidar differencing) inform us about tectonic processes at depth.