What are the interiors like of Uranus and Neptune? Why are their magnetic fields different than other planets? Why are their winds and heat budgets so different from those observed on the other giant planets, Jupiter and Saturn? “In addition to the planets themselves, their rings, satellites, and magnetospheres are also unique; a new mission […]
The University of Texas Institute for Geophysics is saddened at the loss of Dr. Kirk D. Mcintosh, senior research scientist. Dr. Mcintosh will be deeply missed by all of his colleagues and we are sending our best wishes to his family at this time. Kirk D. McIntosh, marine seismologist and Senior Research Scientist at the […]
UTIG research activity pumps more than $25 million into the Texas economy, all while uncovering new knowledge that helps us understand and live in our world. What starts in Texas has global impacts! Explore where we’ve done our research since 1972 in the maps below, organized by region and periods of time.