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David Shuster, Sonia Tikoo, and Marissa Tremblay (pictured) are co-authors of a new article in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets. The article, “Further evidence for early lunear...
Keywords: Coseismic rupture Wenchuan earthquake GPS InSAR Inversion
Professor James Bishop is co-author of “Impact of Submarine Groundwater Discharge on Marine Water Quality and Reef Biota of Maui.” The article was published on November 3, 2016 in PLOS ONE.
Doug Dreger is professor in the Berkeley Earth & Planetary Science Department. He is broadly interested in waveform data to investigate seismic source; wave propagation; and Earth structure...
Deglacial warming in Antarctica was two to three times larger than the contemporaneous global temperature change, quantifying the extent to which feedback processes amplify global changes...
Highlights •The western Tibetan plateau has a high topographic relief. •Western Tibet experienced two pulses of moderate exhumation during the Miocene. •Exhumation since 9 Ma has been...
Existence of petrogenetic distinction between adakites and high-Sr/Y potassic rocks.
William Boos is first author of a new article in the journal Nature Geoscience. The piece, “Regional energy budget control of the intertropical convergence zone and application to mid-...
Professor Richard Allen wrote an article titled “Earthquakes” that chronicles the history of earthquakes and the latest advancements in seismic technology. The article was published 23...
Titan is the largest moon of Saturn; it is the only object in space other than Earth where clear evidence of stable bodies of surface liquid has been found.

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