Kade Keranen earned M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in geophysics from Stanford University. Keranen uses a range of geophysical methods to study the shallow subsurface, and integrates scientific studies with work on equity in science.
Keranen does research on shallow geophysics using a wide range of geophysical methods.
Geophysical techniques and methods including raw data processing and interpretation from geophysical fieldwork; solid earth structure and active processes.
Selected Awards and Honors
- IRIS/SSA Distinguished Lecturer 2017-18
- Douglas Whitney Excellence in Teaching Award, Cornell University 2016
- GeoPRISMS Distinguished Lecturer 2011
- USGS Mendenhall Postdoctoral Fellowship 2008
- National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship 2001-04
- B.S.(Applied Geophysics),Michigan Technological University,2001
- Thermal Geophysics Group(Thermal Geophysics),University of Utah,2002
- M.S.(Geophysics),Stanford University,2004
- Ph.D.(Geophysics),Stanford University,2008