Tectonic Geomorphology at the University of Washington

The processes that build and shape mountains fascinate me and drive my primary research endeavors. Here at UW, I collaborate with a dynamic group of ESS colleagues in the broad fields of Surface Processes, and Structural Geology, Tectonics, & Geodynamics to tackle a host of questions relating to tectonically driven landscape evolution. Although I employ many methods in my research, field observation forms the cornerstone of all of my projects. Recent field sites include Tibet, New Zealand, and the Pacific Northwest. See Research page for a list of specific studies and objectives.

Alison Duvall

Alison Duvall
Assistant Professor, Department of Earth and Space Sciences

Contact Info:
Email: aduvall[at]uw.edu
Office phone: 206.221.8311
Twitter: ARDuvall

Department of Earth and Space Sciences
University of Washington
Johnson Hall Rm-070, Box 351310
4000 15th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98195-1310

Interested in joining my group? Please see the People page for more info.