As a professor in ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration, Ed Garnero researches the nature of of planetary interiors using the tool of seismology. He works on structures in the deep interior. For example, on Earth, his imaging work includes two continental sized anomalies ("blobs") in the deepest mantle rock. More can be learned from his TedEx talk. Professor Garnero also investigates ultra-low velocity zones -- small regions that maybe be distinct and partially molted sitting atop Earth's core-mantle boundary, 1/2 way to Earth's center.
- Ph.D. Geophysics, California Institute of Technology 1994 (Advisor: Don Helmberger)
- A.B. Geophysics, University of California-Berkeley 1986