Plate tectonics drives our dynamic planet, from earthquakes and volcanoes at surface subduction zones to convection deep in the mantle. A dynamic group of geologists and geophysicists discusses ways to study how the Earth operates, how it has changed over 4.5 billion years, and some unsolved mysteries.
Michael Manga, Professor and Chair of Earth and Planetary Science, moderator
Roland Burgmann, Professor of Earth and Planetary Science
Claire Doody, doctoral candidate, Department of Earth and Planetary Science
Harriet Lau, Assistant Professor of Earth and Planetary Science
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