Brendan Meade

Brendan Meade

Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Brendan  Meade

Brendan Meade first joined Harvard as Daly Postdoctoral fellow and continued as an Assistant then Associate Professor of Earth & Planetary Sciences. 

His research is focused on the geodetic imaging of earthquake cycle processes with an emphasis on the detection of interseismic elastic strain accumulation.  Meade's lab is responsible for deconvolving tectonic and earthquake cycle signals across the Japanese Islands to identify the coupled subduction zone interface that ruptured during the great Tohoku-oki earthquake of 2011.  He holds Ph.D. in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and B.A. in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology from Johns Hopkins University.

Research Group Coordinator: Elizabeth Busky

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Office Location: Geological Museum 221
Mailing Address: EPS, 20 Oxford St.
Cambridge, MA 02138

p: 617-495-8921 f: 617-495-8839


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