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February 2, 2018
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February 1, 2018
Professor Lonnie Thompson was recently interviewed by the New York Times about the deadly collapse of Tibetan glaciers. Find the story here.
February 1, 2018
Rising seawater temperature and ocean acidification threaten the survival of coral reefs. The relationship between coral physiology and its microbiome may reveal why some corals are more resilient to…
January 19, 2018
Doctoral student Amin Amooie and advisor Joachim Moortgat have teamed up to create Buckeye Pi, a platform for students to learn how to develop efficient, scalable computer code for research in the…
January 4, 2018
An international scientific team co-led by Lonnie Thomspon, Distinguished University Professor of Earth Sciences, successfully drilled the longest ice core outside the polar regions. The ice core was…
January 3, 2018
Professor Derek Sawyer received a grant from the National Science Foundation to acquire multibeam maps and sediment samples in St. John (USVI) to document erosion and deposition in response to two…
December 22, 2017
Thirty-six students and faculty from SES showed off their latest research at AGU in New Orleans last week. We presented more than 25 posters and 18 talks on topics ranging from solid earth geophysics…
December 21, 2017
Together with Cayman Unterborn (PhD 2016), Professor Wendy Panero’s work was highlighted in Nature, outlining a geophysically informed approach for the study of exoplanets. This is a unique and…
November 22, 2017
Earth Sciences professor Matthew Saltzman is co-author on a paper in Nature Geoscience this month, with former PhD student Cole Edwards (PhD 2014, now Assistant Professor at Appalachian State Univ)…