Amy Williamson
Ph.D Candidate

Advisor: Dr. Andrew Newman
Ford ES&T office 2112
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
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Research Interests:
  • Understanding shallow subduction zone earthquakes through the use of tsunami and geodetic datasets

  • Tsunami early warning using DART gauges

  • Measuring coseismic deformation through InSAR and GPS

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
Williamson, A. L., A. V. Newman, P. R. Cummins (2017), Reconstruction of coseismic slip from the 2015 Illapel earthquake using combined geodetic and tsunami waveform data J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 122, JGRB51991, doi: 10.1002/2016JB013883.
Conference Abstracts:
Williamson, A L., A.V. Newman, P. Cummins, R. Benavente. "Incorporation of Multiple Datasets in Earthquake Source Inversions: Case Study for the 2015 Illapel Earthquake." 2016 AGU Fall Meeting

Williamson, A L., A.V. Newman, E.M. Okal. "Detection and Modeling of the Tsunami Generated by 2013 Okhotsk Deep Focus Earthquake." 2015 AGU Fall Meeting

Williamson, A L., and A. V. Newman. "Temporal Feasibility of Rapid Joint Inversions in Response to Tsunamis Triggered by Megathrust Earthquakes." 2014 AGU Fall Meeting
  • Recipient of AGU Outstanding Student Paper Award
White Papers:
Spatial requirements for DART and GPS for real-time warning Cascadia Early Warning Workshop. April 3-5, 2017