• a fenced-in area holding a tripod and other pieces of equipment. Ol Doinyo Lengai is in the distance.
    In the early, wintery weeks of 2018, Adams and geology major Monica Dimas ’19 (Los Angeles, Calif.) traveled together on a research expedition to Tanzania. There, they planted a seismometer to capture data that describe the moving and shaking around “the mountain of the gods,” Ol Doinyo Lengai.
    May 4, 2018
  • A map of seismometer locations
    Aubreya Adams, Colgate University assistant professor of geology, is one of 10 principal investigators from nine universities teaming up to deploy the single largest collection of seismometers ever assembled along the Alaskan Peninsula. Relying on $4.5 million in National Science Foundation grant funding and a fleet of airplanes and ships, the seismic experiment will place […]
    September 8, 2017