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Jeffrey Johnson

Associate Professor

  • Ph.D. | University of Washington
    Geophysics , 2000
  • M.S.   | Stanford University
    Geophysics, 1996
  • B.S.   | Stanford University
    Geological and Environmental Sciences, 1995


My primary research interests include multi-disciplinary geophysical study of eruptive processes, infrasound science and sensor development, and volcano monitoring.  Follow this link to list of my Journal Publications


geophysics, volcanology, field studies, geostatistics, digital signal processing; next semester (fall 2016) I am teaching GEOS420/GEOPH575 (digital signal processing) and GEOS365 (Yellowstone geophysics); currently (spring 2016) I am teaching GEOPH201 (seeing the unseen)

Contact Information

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Website: Jeffrey Johnson
Email: JeffreyBJohnson at
Office: ERB 3157
Phone: 208-426-2959
Fax: 208-426-4061

Student Opportunities

I am interested in taking on new M.S. and Ph.D. students with quantitative skills, interest in geophysics, and passion for field data acquisition.  Follow this link to see the work of my Current and Former Students

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