UPDATE: In total six raven chicks hatched and grew up quickly. We loved watching them grow on our raven cam, which has been taken down now that they’ve moved on from the nest. They are still hanging around UTIG, so be sure to check our social media channels for any more photos. In the last… Continue Reading Watch Our Raven Camera
The UTIG Geophysics Blog
Stories and updates from the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics.
Cliff Frohlich has had a remarkable career at the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, spending 40 years studying earthquakes of all kinds, whether they start deep in the earth, at the bottom of the ocean or are caused by human activity. Frohlich’s stellar research has earned him the reputation of a pioneer, someone who… Continue Reading Cliff Frohlich Named First Senior Research Scientist Emeritus
UTIG Ph.D. student Sophie Goliber jumped right into UTIG and the the UT Jackson School of Geosciences by volunteering to help plan Brown Bag Seminars and the Student Research Symposium. She is currently in her first year here at UT and we caught up with her to learn more about what it’s like to be a… Continue Reading Meet the UTIG Student: Sophie Goliber
UTIG researchers and students Sean Gulick, Harm Van Avendonk, Brandon Shuck, Dominik Kardell, Steffen Saustrup, Marcy Davis and Dan Duncan just returned from their time aboard the R/V Marcus G. Langseth off the coast of New Zealand working on the South Island Subduction Initiation Experiment (SISIE). They sent us this update on their final two… Continue Reading From The Field: Final Update From SISIE
UTIG Ph.D. student Brandon Shuck was recently recognized for his research by GEOPrisms at the American Geological Union annual meeting and by the UT Jackson School of Geosciences. He is currently conducting research off the coast of New Zealand and we caught up with Brandon to learn more about him and his time here at UTIG. Degree… Continue Reading Meet the UTIG Student: Brandon Shuck