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Highlights •Three brightening events took place at Loki Patera during this period. •The propagation direction of the brightening is the reverse of past findings. •The overturning-magma-sea...
The evolution of photosynthetic cyanobacteria under 24-h cycles of light and darkness selected for a robust circadian clock. Understanding how cyanobacteria integrate circadian clock...
First year Berkeley Ph.D. student Anna Clinger (right) and former EPS postdoc Matt Fox (left) left a few days ago to go to Antartica to collect offshore sediment samples on an NSF-funded...
Elizabeth Niespolo (pictured) and Paul Renne are co-authors of “First integrated tephrochronological record for the last ∼190 kyr from the Fucino Quaternary lacustrine succession, central...
Susan Spaulding Brian Thomas, Andrea Singh, Alexander Probst, and Jillian Banfield (pictured) are co-authors of “Proteogenomic analyses indicate bacterial methylotrophy and archaeal h
geo-chro-nol-o-gy 1. the history of the earth 2. the science of determining the ages of earth materials ...decoding the 4.5 billion-year history of our planet and solar system
Felipe Orellana-Rovirosa and Mark Richards are authors of “Rough vs. Smooth Topography along Oceanic Hotspot Tracks: Observations and Scaling Analysis.” The article came out in Volume 44,...
Elizabeth Mitnick (pictured) and Donald DePaolo are co-authors of “Evaluation of accessible mineral surface areas for improved prediction of mineral reaction rates in porous media.” The...
Roland Bürgmann is co-author of “Toward full exploitation of coherent and incoherent information in Sentinel-1 TOPS data for retrieving surface displacement: Application to the 2016...
Chris Johnson was interviewed on San Francisco Bay Area ABC 7 News to discuss the possible relationship between weather cycles and seismic activity. He noted that Berkeley seismologists do...

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