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
The discovery of unique rock formations off the coast of the Yucután Peninsula reveals answers about past climates and the future impact of hurricanes
Ice that has existed in Antarctica since the Ice Age is melting and speeding the rate of permafrost melt — a sign that permafrost loss is a global problem
UTIG’s Joseph Levy receives backing from NASA to study erosion on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon
To better understand the formation of oceanic crust in the South Atlantic Ocean, UTIG’s Gail Christeson is collaborating with UTIG graduate Bobby Reece.
UTIG’s Krista Soderlund selected as one of 14 members of NASA’s science definition team for exploring Uranus and Neptune.