Monica Wolfson


University of New Hampshire

24 Colovos Rd 

Durham, NH 03824

About Me:

I’m a Ph.D. student in oceanography at the University of New Hampshire at the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping. My research focuses on using high-resolution sonar data to better determine fault structure and seismic potential along oceanic transform faults. I also have a number of research interests outside of my current project, including object/feature detection on the seabed, scour/burial processes in the nearshore, and the conservation of marine protected areas. To see some of what I have been up to lately, be sure to check out my blog.

Realtime Seismic Monitoring:     (IRIS link here.)