Welcome to the Structural Geology Laboratory
View of the back of the Stanford Geology Corner building after the 1906 Earthquake showing the old location of the Structural Geology and Fission Track Laboratories. Our new lab is on the other side of the building, Room 214. The building was rebuilt, but condemned after the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake. It is now restored with a "life-safety fix" which involved placing numerous anchored steel and concrete strips between the inner and outer walls and between floors. So it may look like this again after the next big one, but if you are inside.. you should be okay.