Student Assistant in Evaluation of GNSS receivers and real-time PPP-AR positions for Earthquake and Tsunami Early Warning
Meredith, a New York native, is currently a graduate student at the Nevada Geodetic Laboratory located within the University of Nevada, Reno looking at time-dependent strain in GNSS data. She became interested in geology, earthquakes, and crustal deformation while pursuing her undergraduate degree at Stony Brook University. This summer, Meredith worked on evaluating real time GPS processing systems to understand the most efficient and accurate methods to use for future Earthquake Early Warning systems. In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor-oriented activities such as hiking, biking, and skiing.