Fellow of the Geological Society of America
Seismology, Crust, Subduction, Seismic refraction and Tectonics are his primary areas of study. Many of his research projects under Seismology are closely connected to Structure and Refraction with Structure and Refraction, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Crust study which covers Igneous rock that intersects with San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth.
His Subduction study incorporates themes from Geomorphology and Terrane. Within one scientific family, Gary S. Fuis focuses on topics pertaining to Basement under Seismic refraction, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Petrology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Oceanic crust, Suture is strongly linked to Copper River.
Gary S. Fuis focuses on Seismology, Crust, Seismic refraction, Geophysical imaging and Fault. His Seismology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Trough. His research in Crust intersects with topics in Subduction, Lithosphere, Mantle and Décollement.
His research on Seismic refraction also deals with topics like
Gary S. Fuis mainly focuses on Seismology, Geophysical imaging, Trough, San andreas fault and Geomorphology. His Seismology research focuses on Fault, Tectonophysics, Tectonics, Plate tectonics and Basement. His work deals with themes such as Sedimentary basin, Geothermal gradient, Rift and Earthquake hazard, which intersect with Trough.
His research on Rift frequently links to adjacent areas such as Crust. His Geomorphology research includes themes of Geochemistry, Seismic refraction and Rift valley. Gary S. Fuis has included themes like Copper River, Passive margin, Metamorphism, Inversion and Terrane in his Seismic refraction study.
His primary scientific interests are in Seismology, Geophysical imaging, Trough, Rift and Crust. In his work, Seismic migration is strongly intertwined with Canyon, which is a subfield of Seismology. His Geophysical imaging study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Remote sensing and Borehole.
His Crust research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lithosphere and Mantle. His work in Fault addresses issues such as Ridge, which are connected to fields such as Seismic refraction. In the field of Tectonics, his study on Pacific Plate overlaps with subjects such as Transverse plane.
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Community Fault Model (CFM) for Southern California
Andreas Plesch;John H. Shaw;Christine Benson;William A. Bryant.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2007)
A seismic refraction survey of the Imperial Valley Region, California
G. S. Fuis;W. D. Mooney;J. H. Healy;G. A. McMechan.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1984)
Crustal structure of the Imperial Valley region.
G. S. Fuis;W. D. Mooney;J. H. Healey;G. A. McMechan.
Trans-Alaska Crustal Transect and continental evolution involving subduction underplating and synchronous foreland thrusting
Gary S. Fuis;Thomas E. Moore;George Plafker;Thomas M. Brocher.
Mapping the megathrust beneath the northern Gulf of Alaska using wide‐angle seismic data
Thomas M. Brocher;Gary S. Fuis;Michael A. Fisher;George Plafker.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Crustal structure and tectonics from the Los Angeles basin to the Mojave Desert, southern California
G.S. Fuis;T. Ryberg;N.J. Godfrey;D.A. Okaya.
Structure of the California Coast Ranges and San Andreas Fault at SAFOD from seismic waveform inversion and reflection imaging
Florian Bleibinhaus;Florian Bleibinhaus;John A. Hole;Trond Ryberg;Gary S. Fuis.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Lithospheric structure and tectonics from seismic-refraction and other data
G.S. Fuis;W.D. Mooney.
United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper; (USA) (1990)
Anatomy of a metamorphic core complex: Seismic refraction/wide‐angle reflection profiling in southeastern California and western Arizona
Jill McCarthy;Steven P. Larkin;Gary S. Fuis;Robert W. Simpson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Precise location of San Andreas Fault tremors near Cholame, California using seismometer clusters: Slip on the deep extension of the fault?
David R. Shelly;William L. Ellsworth;Trond Ryberg;Christian Haberland.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
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