Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Geophysics

News and Awards

Mar 27, 2017
Jill A. Marshall is first author of “Late Quaternary climatic controls on erosion rates and geomorphic processes in western Oregon, USA.” The article was first published online January 2017 in The... [Read more]
Mar 23, 2017
Daniel Rutte is first author of “Building the Pamir-Tibetan Plateau-Crustal stacking, extensional collapse, and lateral extrusion in the Central Pamir: 1. Geometry and kinematics.” The article was... [Read more]
Mar 22, 2017
Matthew Olm, Christopher Brown, Brandon Brooks and Jill Banfield are co-authors of “dRep: A tool for fast and accurate genome de-replication that enables tracking of microbial genotypes and improved... [Read more]
Mar 21, 2017
            Jasmine Mason (bachelor’s degree in geology; 2012) is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the Jackson School of... [Read more]
Mar 21, 2017
A picture of a research station in Greenland (GISP2) where ice cores were taken that were used in some of Prof. Stolper's studies (photo courtesy of Michael Bender)We are pleased to welcome... [Read more]
Mar 20, 2017
Adi Lavy is lead author of “Intermittent Hypoxia and Prolonged Suboxia Measured In situ in a Marine Sponge.” The article was published on 09 December 2016 in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science.... [Read more]
Mar 17, 2017
Richard Allen was quoted in the most recent The Atlantic magazine for an article entitled "The Lifesaving Potential of Underwater Earthquake Monitors." The write-up delves in-depth into how... [Read more]
Mar 16, 2017
Congratulations to Professor Imke de Pater on receiving two major awards! Prof. de Pater is one of three faculty members on campus to receive the 2017 Berkeley Faculty Mentor Award. The Faculty... [Read more]
Mar 15, 2017
Diego Melgar Moctezuma, Ph.D., assistant geodetic researcher in the Berkeley Seismology Lab, Earth and Planetary Science Department, is first author of “Source characteristics of the 2015 Mw6.5... [Read more]
Mar 14, 2017
Janire Prudencio is first author of “Separation of scattering and intrinsic attenuation at Asama volcano (Japan): Evidence of high volcanic structural contrasts.” The article came out on 18 January... [Read more]

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