Rob Porritt, a UTIG postdoc, along with three UT Geology undergraduate students traveled to the Mojave desert in California in May to deploy 19 broadband seismic sensors. All were successfully placed over the course of six arduous days in the desert. “This was by far the hardest deployment I’ve ever done,” said Rob. “We stressed […]
Ph.D. candidate Gail Muldoon tells the story of how a phone call brought her to Texas and eventually Antarctica.
University of Texas Institute for Geophysics (UTIG) glaciologist Joe MacGregor led a recent study that has produced the first comprehensive map of layers inside the Greenland Ice Sheet. Built with data from NASA’s Operation IceBridge and earlier air-based campaigns that used ice-penetrating radar technology, the new map will help scientists determine the age of large […]