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Emily Wolin

I manage projects dealing with instrumentation and data collection. I live in New Mexico with my spouse, two dogs, and a cat who loves to share unsolicited opinions during Zoom calls. I love being outside and enjoy exploring the Land of Enchantment via climbing, riding horses, hiking, biking, and camping.

Justin Sweet

Justin handles tasks and projects for both the engagement and instrumentation divisions of EarthScope, including management of the URISE summer internship program. When not at work, he enjoys spending time with his husband and their dog, watching arthouse films, and singing with a local choir.

Molly Staats

At any given time, Molly supports a number of projects, assisting in detailed station siting support, permitting, budgeting, meeting support, an array of reporting, and document management. In her spare time she enjoys bird hunting with her husband and two French Brittany’s and multi-day summer river trips.

Andy Frassetto

Andy began his career as an IRIS REU summer intern in 2003 and earned a Ph.D. deploying broadband seismometers in remote, scenic places to understand the structure and tectonic processes of the Earth beneath them. He now oversees the SAGE facility program for all portable seismic, magnetotelluric, and other subsurface sensing geophysical instruments. In his … Continued

Bob Busby

Bob Busby is currently Global Seismographic Network (GSN) Program Manager and previously was the Manager for EarthScope’s Transportable Array Project from inception to completion.

Ryan Bierma

Ryan is the EarthScope engineer in Alaska. He has been conducting remote field operations in all corners of the state with both geodetic and seismic instrumentation networks since 2006. This amazing job has also brought travel to Antarctica, the Caribbean region, Italy, and down in the States. Ryan and his wife, Bri, live in Anchorage … Continued

Kasey Aderhold

Kasey is a project manager leading projects and assisting with programs primarily in the Instrumentation directorate at EarthScope. She works from her home in Alaska where she enjoys hiking in the summer, skiing in the winter, and beach walks year-round.

Annie Zaino

Annie is the project manager responsible for the NOTA GNSS stations in the Caribbean, Central America, and northern South America. In her off time, she enjoys native plant landscaping, home improvement projects, and cooking.

Adam Woolace

Since 2015, Adam has been an integral part of the reconnaissance, construction, maintenance, and management of the NOTA network. He was directly involved in the construction of over 130 stations in California, Oregon, Alaska, and Mexico. He resides in the redwoods with his wife and three daughters in Fortuna, CA and spends most of his … Continued

Keith Williams

Keith supports principal investigators through designing, engineering, and fabricating the infrastructure and logistics needed for GNSS, TLS, and sUAS data collection. In his free time he may be hiking, trail running, or camping in the mountains with his wife and dogs, baking breads, brewing beer, and/or rebuilding the latest motorcycle or vehicle he found a … Continued