Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Planetary Science

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Raymond Jeanloz and Lars Stixrude (an alumnus of this department) received the prestigious Cozzarelli Prize for the most exceptional paper in physical and mathematical sciences published in...
If smog were a kitchen creation, the recipe would go something like this: Start with a miasma of organic hydrocarbons from spilled gasoline, incomplete combustion and trees. Add nitrogen...
A new simulation of Jupiter\'s interior predicts a large rocky core surrounded by methane, water and ammonia ices, with hardly any ice in the hydrogen and helium atmosphere that makes up 95...
Walter Alvarez has won this year\'s Vetlesen Prize, considered one of the highest honors in earth sciences, and carrying an award of $250K. The award is for his discovery of a meteor impact...
The Federation of American Scientists have honored Professor Raymond Jeanloz with the prestigious Hans Bethe Award for his demonstration of the reliability of the U.S. nuclear stockpile in...
The following classes are being offered this summer:EPS C12: The PlanetsEPS 20: Earthquakes in your backyard.EPS 80: Envi
Summer Joi Ohlendorf, Geophysics Major, has been selected by the EPS faculty for the 2008 Department Citation (class valedictorian) in recognition of distinguished...
The 40th reunion is coming up! Please check out the information here and here for details.

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