Rudolph Lab

Geodynamics, Volcanism, Mud Volcanism, Planetary Science

I am an assistant professor at the University of California, Davis. I work on problems in geodynamics, volcanic processes, and planetary geology/geophysics. My current projects focus on the development of large-scale structure in the mantle, relationships between geochemistry of volcanic rocks and mantle structure, the eruption processes within volcanoes, geysers, and mud volcanoes, and controls on eruptions on Enceladus.

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