Photo Album of

Dr. Haydar Al-Shukri

UALR

Areial photo

Areial photo

Aerial photograph of possible liquefaction feature west of Marianna, Arkansas.

A closeup aerial photograph of the same feature to the left.

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A graduate student, a highschool teacher (ACEETT Trainee), and Dr. Al-shukri handtrenching one of the possible sandblow features during a field trip in Lee County, Arkansas.

Hand trench of a site near Marianna showing a sharp boundary between the sand (at surface) and the clay (underlying). Iron staining can be noted near the clay surface. This is often indicative of a buried soil layer.

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Center Personnel during routine maintenance to the Broadband UALR station.

Students conducting land survey during a field experiment.

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Public education activity at the Earthquake Center. A UALR faculty member explaining to a group of highschool students the benefit of GPS technology in geosciences.

A geophysics graduate student conducting gravity fieldwork.

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UALR faculty member explaining to highschool students the process of seismic monitoring at UALR seismic station.

Students and Dr. Al-Shukri in one of the Field experiments for the Applied Geophysics course.

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Dr. Al-Shukri replacing malfunctioning seismometer at the vault of the UALR seismic station.

Dr. Al-Shukri explaining the principle of seismic wave propagation and recording to Math and Science highschool students during a national workshop conducted in summer 1999 at Hot Spring, Arkansas.

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A graduate student conducting magnetic field experiment.

Students having discussion about their experiment during a field trip.

 

Last Changed July 26, 2000

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