Jozi K Pearson

About me:

My research interests are primarily in neotectonics and structural geology. I examine geomorphic expressions of tectonic processes, foreland basin deformation, and slip propagation controls on active faults. I am currently working on two projects: The surface slip controls and propagation of the Alpine Fault in New Zealand, and San Andreas Fault slip rates in the Cajon Pass, California.

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Photo to the right: Me at Trona, CA in 2016. Trona is home to Searless Dry Lake, where Borax is mined. Every year in October they open the mine for visitors to collect pink halite, hanksite, and other minerals that occur in this saline land.