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The 2010 Alumni Lecture

Posted on Sept. 21, 2010

Ed Warner is a noted philanthropist and conservationist. His career as an exploration geologist culminated in his discovery of Jonah Field and the first commercial exploitation of Pinedale Field next door in Sublette County, Wyoming ...


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Dave Paige's group has 2 papers in this week's issue of Science which has an image from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter on the cover. In a paper with lead author (and recent UCLA PhD) Ben ...


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Commencement Celebration Lunch

Posted on June 28, 2010

On Saturday, June 12, ESS held our annual Commencement Celebration Lunch. It was lovely weather for an outdoor lunch: 72 degrees and partly cloudy. 230 graduates, family, and friends attended celebration, which honored 23 students ...


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Please join me in congratulating Beth Ann Bell, who was selected to receive a 2010 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. These highly competitive fellowships recognize outstanding abilities and accomplishments of graduate students. It's a ...


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Tripati, Schauble and colleagues used a new isotopic technique to determine body temperatures fossil vertebrates, using their tooth tooth enamel.

http://www.today.ucla.edu/portal/ut/new-ucla-caltech-research-may-159294.aspx


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ESS MEDL director Gary Glesener and faculty Jon Aurnou and Mark Moldwin are featured in a webcast on 3-D models aimed at improving visualization of complex natural phenomena. The piece was produced by UCLA's ...


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Prof. David Jewitt: X-shaped debris plume suggests a head-on collision between two asteroids

http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2010/07/


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Kevin McKeegan elected AGU Fellow

Posted on Feb. 1, 2010

ESS is proud to announce that Kevin McKeegan has been elected to be an AGU Fellow. Fellowship in the AGU is reserved for no more than 0.1% of membership in any year, so it ...


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Ingredients for Planets

Posted on Jan. 20, 2010

Prof. Ed Young and colleagues find that our sun and the ingredients for planets formed near one or more supernovas and were enriched in the matter that stellar explosions left behind.

http://www.space.com ...