Marshall Rogers-Martinez is a Geophysics/Seismology Ph.D. candidate at USC developing improved techniques for estimating the yield of underground nuclear explosions using physics-based simulations. He has a strong interest in promoting scientific literacy and communicating his knowledge as a geoscientist to policymakers and the public at large.
PhD Candidate, University of Southern California
Graduate Research Intern, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Columbia University, BS Applied Physics
GEO-CVD Stirs Hope in Challenging Times, Seismological Research Letters
Grants and Contracts
Effects of Fracture Anisotropy and the Free Surface on Secondary Seismic Radiation from Small Shallow Underground Explosions