UTIG at Work on Totten Expedition
SHARAD-MARSIS Data Users' Workshop
March 16, 2014
UTIG Postdoctoral Fellow Leads Expedition to Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica
Model Suggests Ocean Currents Shape Europa's Icy Shell In Ways Critical For Potential Habitats
UTIG is hiring!
* Shell chair in Geophysics
* Postdoctoral Fellowships
Long Island Wins Ultimate Faceoff Against Hurricane Sandy
Convective Dynamics in the Interiors of Ice Giants and Icy Satellites
2014 MG&G Field Course
Exploring the Science Behind Manmade Quakes in Texas
UTIG scientist, Cliff Frohlich
, discusses his research on Texas earthquakes and waste water injection wells with KUT. Listen to the KUT broadcast.
UTIG Is Hiring!
UTIG is seeking applicants for a position as a senior research scientist who would serve as the Shell Chair in Geophysics
Totten Expedition Surveys the Sabrina Coast of East Antarctica
UTIG scientists, Don Blankenship
and Sean Gulick
, are among the co-PIs of this collaborative effort to study the East Antarctic shelf. Sean, joined by several other UTIG researchers, is onboard the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer
. Find out what's going on.
UTIG Students Win JSG Research Symposium Awards
Congratulations to Julie Zurbuchen
(2nd place, Undergraduate Best Poster Award for
"Imaging Evidence for Hubbard Glacier Advances and Retreats since the Last Glacial Maximum in Disenchantment and Yakutat Bays, Alaska"),
(1st place, Early-Career Graduate Best Poster Award for
"A New Tectonic Model for the Breakup of India and East Antarctica"),
(2nd place, Late-Career Masters Best Poster Award for
"Core-scale heterogeneity and dual-permeability pore structure in the Barnett Shale"), and
(1st place, Late-Career PhD Award for
"Constraints on transient fast flow at South Pole in the last glacial cycle).