- Research Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Arizona State University
Matthew Fouch uses seismology and geophysics to examine the interior of the earth from crust to core through techniques that combine both data analysis and numerical methods. A primary tool for these investigations is the broadband seismometer array. These arrays enable seismologists to learn about Earth structure and decipher the processes affecting the planet.
- PhD, Brown University, 1999
Arrowsmith, R., G. R. Keller, L. Prashad, M. Diaz, W. L. Stefanov, C. Eisinger, M. Fouch, S. J. Reynolds, S. M. Richards and P. A. Pearthree. 2002. A geospatial data systems for the transition between the Colorado Plateau and Basin and Range Provinces: An essential tool for basic and applied research in earth science and urban ecology.
Keller, G. R., R. Arrowsmith, M. Fouch, A. Gates, N. Hicks, V. Kreinovich, K. Mickus, S. J. Reynolds, S. Richard and W. L. Stefanov. 2001. The southern Colorado Plateau and adjacent Basin and Range Province: A testbed for geoinformatics and data integration. Presented at the Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Annual Meeting, Abstract 72-65.