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Photo shows Anne Sheehan when she traveled to Nepal.

Just weeks after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Anne Sheehan traveled to Nepal--a state that was in political turmoil--to map geologic structures.

Credit: University of Colorado at Boulder


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Photo shows Nepali workers and researchers setting up seismic stations.

Nepali workers and researchers helped Anne Sheehan set up seismic stations across the region.

Credit: Anne Sheehan


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Photo shows a Nepali worker excavating a hole.

A Nepali worker excavates a hole that will house instruments for one of Anne Sheehan's monitoring stations.

Credit: Anne Sheehan


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