• jonathan zablin

Research Update (lightning presentation)

Since we came back from Costa Rica, I have been working on developing the gravity anomaly program. In the beginning, there were a few roadblocks to overcome. First, I needed to improve my Python skills. Second, the Earth-Tide data seemed to be off. So, Param and I, with the help of Prof. Keeton and Prof. Levin, tried to make different models to figure out why the tide data seemed to not fit. However, it turned out the weird tide corrections were negligible and we could continue on. Currently, I am working on developing the program with the help of Param. Up to this point, I have made a very basic GUI that allows a user to input a .csv file and the program will extract the data. The data is then passed to different functions. Right now, the functions do not change the data. Within the next few weeks, the functions should be able to do the correct calculations.

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The research project that I am working on has to do with assessing landslide hazards in Costa Rica. The study of landslides is important because they are a type of natural disaster and how much damage

Lightning Presentations

I have worked closely with Professor Dr. Paulo Ruiz Cubillo and his department in Lanamme to retrieve Lidar data to make landslide susceptibility models. Since 2012, Dr. Ruiz has worked on his PhD the

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