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Here is a fun video featuring EPSS's very own Gary Glesener showing off our Augmented Reality Sandbox.

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Research published by Seulgi Moon in Science. "The study, by Seulgi Moon, a UCLA assistant professor of geology, and colleagues at MIT and the University of Wyoming, is published Oct. 30 in the journal Science ...


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Associate Professor Caroline Beghein is quoted today in the Huffington Post regarding a recent earthquake swarm in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Research published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science by EPSS postdoc Beth Ann Bell, graduate student Patrick Boehnke, and Professor T. Mark Harrison, along with Stanford geophysicist Wendy Mao, provides ...


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Rob Eagle, Aradhna Tripati, and colleagues have just published a paper in Nature Communications wherein they compared measurements of isotope clumping in modern and Cretaceous dinosaur eggshells to show that "variable thermoregulation likely existed among ...


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Research geochemist and Adjunct Assistant Professor Jeremy Boyce has a new paper in Science Advances, a online-only gold open access journal from AAAS, the publisher of Science. Jeremy and colleagues measured chlorine and hydrogen isotope ...


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Researcher positions available at EPSS

Posted on Sept. 30, 2015

UCLA solicits applications for one or more Researchers at the Assistant or Associate level, in the field of Space Physics, at the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Department of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences ...


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In the 1960s, NASA launched six satellites to study the Earth’s atmosphere, magnetosphere and the space between Earth and the moon. Using observations from those satellites, Christopher Russell, a UCLA graduate student at the ...


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A new high profile paper came out in the journal Geology today with Jeremy Boyce as co-author. It addresses how quickly a cooled magma chamber can reheat and erupt in Yellowstone.

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More news about Ceres in the LA Times

Posted on July 2, 2015

“I expected to be surprised because we knew so little about Ceres,” Christopher Russell, Dawn’s principal investigator and a planetary scientist at UCLA, said in an email. “I never expected bright spots and a ...