A lead isotope perspective on urban development in ancient Naples Hugo Delile, Duncan Keenan-Jones, Janne Blichert-Toft, Jean-Philippe Goiran, Florent Arnaud-Godet, Paola Romano and Francis Albarède Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2016: doi: 10.1073/pnas.1600893113 A well-dated sedimentary sequence from the ancient harbor of Naples sheds new light on an old problem: could the great […]
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Two-step rise of atmospheric oxygen linked to the growth of continents Cin-Ty A. Lee, Laurence Y. Yeung, N. Ryan McKenzie, Yusuke Yokoyama, Kazumi Ozaki, & Adrian Lenardic Nature Geoscience (2016) doi:10.1038/ngeo2707 Earth owes its oxygenated atmosphere to its unique claim on life, but how the atmosphere evolved from an initially oxygen-free state remains unresolved. The […]
Fault-controlled hydration of the upper mantle during continental rifting Nature Geoscience 9,384–388(2016)doi:10.1038/ngeo2671 G. Bayrakci, T. A. Minshull, D. S. Sawyer, T. J. Reston, D. Klaeschen, C. Papenberg, C. Ranero, J. M. Bull, R. G. Davy, D. J. Shillington, M. Perez-Gussinye, J. K. Morgan Water and carbon are transferred from the ocean to the mantle in a process that alters mantle peridotite to […]
Janne Blichert-Toft, one of our permanent Wiess visiting scientists, was elected as a member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. This is the highest distinction for a scientist in Denmark. Janne’s primary home is at the Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon in France. She is one of the most highly cited high […]
Every year, the National Science Foundation awards Graduate Research Fellowships to senior undergrads and beginning graduate students. These prestigious awards provide full funding for graduate school in the fields of science, mathematics and engineering. They are one of the most coveted awards for a young scientist. This year, two of our current students and two […]
Continental arc volcanism as the principal driver of icehouse-greenhouse variability N. Ryan McKenzie, Brian K. Horton, Shannon E. Loomis, Daniel F. Stockli, Noah J. Planavsky,Cin-Ty A. Lee Science 22 Apr 2016: Vol. 352, Issue 6284, pp. 444-447, DOI: 10.1126/science.aad5787 Variations in continental volcanic arc emissions have the potential to control atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels […]
When: April 16, 2016 Where: Birding at High Island and Bolivar Flats What to expect: peak of bird migration, thousands of shorebirds, hundreds of colorful songbirds, and lunch on a salt dome rimmed by oil wells! What to bring: binoculars (if you have them, but not absolutely necessary), hat, sunscreen, water, lunch, full gas tank. […]
Congratulations to grad student Jie Hou for receiving the 2014 Society of Exploration Geophysicists Best Paper Presentation! Jie Hou below with his adviser Bill Symes.
Matthew Weller will receive the 2015 Study of the Earth’s Deep Interior Focus Group Graduate Research Award at the 2015 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, to be held 14–18 December in San Francisco, Calif. Matthew Weller received a dual B.Sc. in geology and astrophysics from the University of Toledo in 2007 and a M.Sc. in […]
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