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The Center for Tectonophysics is an interdisciplinary research group initiated in 1967 for dual purposes: to undertake basic and applied research of both natural and induced rock deformation processes and the broad range of geologic structures formed, and to provide research support, training, and mentoring of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows pursuing advanced studies in the area of tectonophysics. Graduate students, visiting scientists, research scientists, and faculty use the laboratories in the Center for Tectonophysics for research and teaching activities. 
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