Here is a podcast from Dr. Samantha Hansen on deep earth investigations on Spotify and Apple Podcast.
Dr. Samantha Hansen, the George Lindahl III Endowed Professor, is the lead author on a new Science Advances Paper entitled “Globally distributed subducted materials along the Earth’s core-mantle boundary: Implications
Structural Geologist, Prof. I. Çemen, who is an expert in the tectonics of West Turkey, was interviewed following the devastating 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake that occurred on the 7th February, 2023.
Dr. Cartwright, who specialises in the analysis of meteorites, was interviewed as part of the History Channel Podcast History This Week – “A Meteorite Hits Ann Hodges”. This episode aired
Emeritus Professor Carl Stock was awarded the Gilbert Harris Award in recognition of career excellence in systematic paleontology. Prof. Stock retired from the faculty in 2008, and dedicated a significant
Dr. Julia Cartwright, assistant professor in our department, has been collaborating with award-winning visual artist Rebecca Rutstein in research to enhance our knowledge of meteorites and to engage and educate
Dr. Alberto Perez-Huerta has been leading a study to investigate the tiny crystals made by bacteria at nanometer scales, and whether they can be used to establish evidence for early
Dr. Becky Totten is one of a team of scientists studying Thwaite’s Glacier in Antarctica, and monitoring its retreat. Their work was recently published in Nature Geoscience, with the lead
One of Dr. Yuehan Lu’s co-authored papers has been recognized as a Wiley top cited paper for the 2020-2021 academic year! Liu et al. (2020), Different carboxyl-rich alicyclic molecules proxy
Friday 15th April, 2022 We were absolutely thrilled to have Dr. Arya Udry, Associate Professor, Department of Geoscience, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, give the seminar on Friday 15th April. Dr.