Main editorial office: email@example.com
Keith Koper, Editor-in-Chief
University of Utah, firstname.lastname@example.org
Koper has served as associate professor and professor in the department of geology and geophysics at the University of Utah, and director of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations (UUSS), since 2010. He has been a member of the U.S. Air Force Seismic Review Panel since 2011 and is now chair of the Utah Seismic Safety Commission since serving on the Commission since 2010. He was an associate editor for the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America from 2003 to 2010 and co-chair of the organizing committee for the 2013 SSA Annual Meeting. Koper worked in 2017 on the SSA subcommittee to update a joint statement by SSA and the American Geophysical Union on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and has served as member and chair of SSA’s Charles F. Richter Early Career Award subcommittee from 2018 to the present.
His research interests and publications focus on array seismology, Earth’s ambient seismic noise field, forensic seismology and exotic sources, rupture imaging of giant earthquakes, seismicity and tectonics of the intermountain West, mining induced earthquakes, and the structure and dynamics of Earth’s deep interior, especially the core.
Vera Schulte-Pelkum, Deputy Editor-in-Chief
University of Colorado, Boulder, email@example.com
Schulte-Pelkum is an associate research professor in the department of geological sciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder and a research scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES). Her research interests include structure, deformation, rheology and anisotropy of the lithosphere and mantle; receiver functions and array processing; the seismic noise wavefield; and seismic and volcanic hazards. She received her Ph.D. in geosciences from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego in 2001.
In her role as TSR Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Schulte-Pelkum works with the Editor-in-Chief on all aspects of the journal editorial process and serves as member of the journal’s leadership team.
Jeroen Ritsema, Editor-at-Large
University of Michigan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ritsema is a University of Michigan professor of geophysics and seismology. His research involves the imaging of Earth’s mantle through global scale seismic tomography and the modeling of broadband seismograms. He received his Ph.D. in geophysics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1995.
As TSR Editor-at-Large, he works closely with the Editor-in-Chief to recruit relevant, high-impact research for submission to the journal, serving in an ambassador role representing the journal globally within the seismology and earthquake science community.
Tom Green, Managing Editor
J&J Editorial, LLC, email@example.com
Green started working for J&J Editorial, LLC in January 2022. He graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Economics and was a member of the Honors program. He then earned his Master of Theological Studies (MTS) degree from Emory University, where he concentrated in Modern Religious Thought and Experience. Tom has served as the Managing Editor for TSR since April 2022.
Jonathan Ajo-Franklin, Rice University
Keywords: applied geophysics, near-surface seismic imaging, distributed acoustic sensing, geothermal monitoring, seismic ambient noise
Pascal Audet, University of Ottawa
Keywords: subduction zone structure, seismic imaging, data science, broadband ocean-bottom seismology and open-source software development
Brendan Crowell, University of Washington
Keywords: high-rate GNSS, seismogeodesy, tectonic geodesy, and early warning systems
Steven J. Gibbons, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute
Keywords: tsunami, verification seismology (or nuclear explosion monitoring), signal processing, seismoacoustics, inverse theory
Lucia Gualtieri, Stanford University
Keywords: global seismology, computational seismology, environmental seismology, seismic ambient noise, seismic tomography
Ruth Harris, U.S. Geological Survey
Harris is a Senior Scientist research geophysicist at the U.S. Geological Survey. She received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Barbara, her M.S. degree from Cornell University, and her S.B. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Harris is a member of the USGS Earthquake Science Center and serves as the leader of the 20-scientist Earthquake Processes, Probabilities, and Occurrence project. She uses observations and simulations to help us understand how Earth’s heterogeneous features affect large earthquake behavior and she leads a SCEC-USGS project testing earthquake simulation codes. Harris is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union. She served as a JGR associate editor from 1997-2001, and as a GRL editor from 2009-2012. She is a longtime member of the Southern California Earthquake Center’s Board of Directors (USGS liaison), and she served on the Seismological Society of America’s Board of Directors for 11 years, including as SSA President from 2015-2016.
Keywords: earthquake physics, dynamic rupture, stress triggering, aseismic slip, creeping faults, crustal structure
Jessica Irving, University of Bristol
Keywords: global seismology, planetary seismology, Earth’s core, Earth’s mantle, normal mode seismology
Hiroe Miyake, University of Tokyo
Keywords: strong motion, rupture process, source modeling, seismic hazard
Zachary Ross, California Institute of Technology
Keywords: seismicity; fault architecture; machine learning; source properties
Lingling Ye, Southern University of Science and Technology
Keywords: earthquake physics, seismic hazard, volcanic deformation, landslide, deep structure