Scientists have created the first map that shows how the Greenland Ice Sheet has moved over time, revealing that ice in the interior is moving more slowly toward the edges than it has, on average, during the past 9,000 years. The findings, which researchers said don’t change the fact that the ice sheet is […]
With the endowment of the Richard T. Buffler postdoctoral fellowship, the Gulf Basin Depositional Synthesis project celebrates 20 years of continuous funding.
Ph.D. candidate Gail Muldoon tells the story of how a phone call brought her to Texas and eventually Antarctica.
The American Geophysical Union’s annual fall meeting is December 14-18 in San Francisco and the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics is there.
Recent research from UTIG says erosion caused by glaciation during ice ages can, in the right circumstances, wear down mountains faster than plate tectonics can build them.
Erosion rates on Mars may be moving thousands of times faster than scientists believed according to new research, which could help decide the next Mars landing site.