Kurt Feigl


Personal Web Page at UW-Madison



Teaching and Research

What I do

Cool Links

Contact me


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Teaching and Research






Satellite Radar Interferometry
(InSAR)




Geoscience 390:
Global Geophysics
(with Prof. Chuck DeMets)
Spring 2010





Geoscience 118:
Eye in the Sky: Monitoring the Earth from Space
(spring 2011?)




Geoscience 444
Practical Aspects of GPS Surveying
(spring 2010)



Geology and Geophysics 875
Advanced Topics in Geology

Scientific Method: Theory and Practice (Fall 2008)


Geoscience 100
General Geology
(Fall, with Prof. John W. Valley)






Fall 2007:
Satellite Imagery and Geodesy



Fall 2007:
Data Analysis for Earth Science

Reprints




Geodetic measurements and mechanical models of rifting in onshore segments of mid-ocean ridges





Remote Control:
Earthquakes triggering by stress transfer over large distances and long times

 
Jump Around Seismic
experiment







 

What I do




Parenting


Favorite Family Photos

At Home in Madison

Cows on Parade in Madison


Advising

Doctoral Students
and
Post Doctoral Scholars


Completed Student Research Projects



Writing

List of publications with abstracts


Skiing

Photos of places I have skiied

Battle Abbey

Sentry Mountain

Powder Creek

Mistaya

Ironwood

Selkirk Backcountry Lodge





Upper Steepness

Photos of Battle Abbey by Sam Silverstein


White Pine Trail

Photos of MadNorski Trip to Ironwood by
Paul Matteoni





Cool Links

Google Earth


a free product made available by Google that lets you view the entire earth in 3D, but has enough detail that you can zoom in and view your own house! You can download it directly from Google here.


Google Earth Hacks



A growing collection of downloads to use with your copy of Google Earth. Google Earth Hacks is not affiliated with Google in any way

Elevation of the Earth's Surface:
Topography and Bathymetry


Data from National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) : bathymetry and topography, 2 minute global relief, seafloor data from the work of Smith and Sandwell (1997) , NAVOCEANO and IBCAO plus GLOBE project for the land data.

Open Place Mark in Google Earth


University of Wisconsin - Madison Campus


Open Place Mark in Google Earth


Wisconsin View Project


This Image Gallery provides examples of Landsat-5 and -7 imagery for a variety of sites in Wisconsin. All images were processed at the University of Wisconsin Environmental Remote Sensing Center (ERSC, www.ersc.wisc.edu).


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Weather in Madison

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Weather in Toulouse




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