Geologic map of the Waterpocket Fold, Capitol Reef National Park
In the Grapevine Hills, on a Department field trip to the Big Bend National Park organized by Prof. Dymek for his "Geology of National Parks" course (EPSc118a).
Patrick, Franklin, and a team from Saipan deploying seismometers on the island of Pagan, in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
Lunch break during a Structural Geology (EPSc 460) field trip to the Ozarks
The Whin Sill igneous intrusion (dolerite, ~295Ma) in northern England with Hadrian's Wall running along the top on the right. Photo by Martin Pratt.

Upcoming Events

Oct
23
Microbial- to global-scale insights into the sulfur cycle
Rudolph Hall, Room 203 @ 4:15 pm
Oct
24
Rudolph Hall, Room 203 @ 12:00 pm
Oct
28
Roving on Mars with Opportunity and Curiosity: Terramechanics and Terrain Properties
Four Seasons Hotel , 999 North Second Street @ 8:00 am
Oct
30
Space resources and our future beyond Earth
Rudolph Hall, Room 203 @ 4:15 pm
Oct
31
Recent speleological investigations in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Rudolph Hall, Room 203 @ 12:00 pm

Photo of the Week

Oct 15, 2014: Daedalus crater on the Moon from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Wide Angle Camera (WAC), with overlain color showing topography derived from repeat WAC observations
Image credit: Image credits: NASA/GSFC/ASU/DLR/WUSTL.  See also this gorgeous photo of Daedalus taken on the Apollo 11 mission.  The crater is 90 km in diameter.
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