Sean Polun

Research Focus
Structural Geology, Geomorphology, Remote Sensing

My research examines the role of faulting at various spatial and temporal scales and how it pertains to earthquake hazards and regional tectonics. This includes studies on fault slip rates, spatial distribution and interactions of faults, and induced slip likelihood from fluid (wastewater / CO2) injection. I make use of high resolution satellite imagery, high resolution topographic models from UAVs, seismic reflection data, and InSAR