University of Texas Institute for Geophysics Research Professor Sean P.S. Gulick arrived at the Chicxulub impact crater this week, and on Tuesday he offered his initial reactions to boarding the L/B Myrtle
Research relevant to future global change as well as the analysis of past climate over time scales from years to millions of years.
Airborne, land-based, and marine geophysical methods applied everywhere from Greenland to Europa.
Leading efforts to explore marine reserves of oil, natural gas, gas hydrates, and minerals.
Investigating tectonic processes with a special focus on marine geophysics and subduction zones around the globe.