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IGPP Virtual Seminar Series: Rebecca A. Fischer

IGPP is pleased to invite you to join its Virtual Seminar Series presentation featuring Rebecca A. Fischer a COMPRES Distinguished Lecturer from Harvard University's Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. Dr. Fischer's talk, "Core formation on Earth and Mars" will be available via Zoom on Tuesday, June 2, starting at 12:30pm.  Zoom registration is available through here: https://ucsd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIpc-mhqj8vG9WkAnM-f-oLlcDlvjwkbg0X

IGPP Virtual Seminar Series: Weisen Shen

IGPP is pleased to invite you to join its Virtual Seminar Series presentation featuring Weisen Shen from Stony Brook University's Department of Geosciences. Dr. Shen's talk, "Crustal composition and strength: a revisit to the intermountain west seismic belt" will be available via Zoom on Tuesday, May 26, starting at 12:30pm.  Zoom registration is available through here: https://ucsd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0lcO-vqzktH9YHSdgV7cjRq36HyJzhapXA

Kilb shares initial assessment of Mw 6.5 trembler in Nevada

The Mw 6.5 earthquake that struck Tonopah at 4am this morning was the strongest trembler to occur in the state of Nevada in over 65 years.  IGPP Seismologist Debi Kilb is still reviewing the data from today's rare event, but took the time to compare the quake and subsequent aftershocks to last year's Ridgecrest events.

IGPP Virtual Seminar Series: Tianze Liu

IGPP is pleased to invite you to join its Virtual Seminar Series presentation featuring Dr. Tianze Liu. Dr. Liu's talk, "Imaging the lithosphere with Virtual Deep Seismic Sounding (VDSS)" will be available via Zoom on Tuesday, May 19, starting at 12:30pm.  Zoom registration is available through here: https://ucsd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErcumuqzkqHdbJh89cuf_UugDu6jRtRCiW

IGPP Virtual Seminar Series: Jeff Freymueller

IGPP is pleased to invite you to join its Virtual Seminar Series presentation featuring Dr. Jeff Freymueller, Endowed Chair of Geology of the Solid Earth Michigan State University. Dr. Freymueller's talk, "Separating long term tectonic motions, surfacing loading and other sources of Earth deformation" will be available via Zoom on Tuesday, May 12, starting at 12:30apm.  Zoom registration is available through here: https://ucsd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApdOusrD8iGNDCGeDixqXwa3nO9gF2oaOw

Worcester, Dzieciuch, collaborators featured in JASA

Peter Worcester, Matt Dzieciuch, collaborators share findings from long-range underwater navigation system that uses measured acoustic travel times from a constellation of acoustic sources was tested using data from the 2010-2011 North Pacific Acoustic Laboratory (NPAL) Philippine Sea experiment sponsored by the U.S. Office of Naval Research. The system provides an undersea positioning capability that is analogous to that provided on land and in the air by the satellite-based Global Positioning System (GPS).

IGPP Virtual Seminar Series: Lucia Gualtieri

IGPP is pleased to invite you to join its Virtual Seminar Series presentation featuring Lucia Gualtieri Department of Geophysics, Stanford University. Dr. Gualtieri's talk, "Exploring environmental processes through seismological observations and
numerical modeling," will be available via Zoom on Friday, May 8, starting at 10:30am.  Zoom registration is available through here or through the event flyer here.

Fricker, colleagues share ICE-Sat2 findings in Science, NY Times


Congratulations to Helen Fricker and her colleagues who were able to share their ICE-Sat2-enhanced understanding of Antarctic ice thinning in Science. The New York Times picked up the story and provides both a link to the article and a summary here.

IGPP Virtual Seminar Series Presents: Matthias Morzfeld

IGPP is pleased to invite you to join its Virtual Seminar Series presentation featuring Matthias Morzfeld, IGPP's newest faculty memeber. Dr.

IGPP Virtual Seminar Series Presents: Jenny Suckale

IGPP is pleased to invite you to join in its inaugural Virtual Seminar Series presentation featuring Jenny Suckale from Stanford's Department of Geophysics. Dr. Suckale's talk, "To slide or to flow: Studying extremes in different natural systems sheds light on common physical processes," will be available via Zoom on Tuesday, April 21, starting at 12noon.