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.

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Source analysis of a large outboard deep earthquake in the Tonga flat slab region
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Roving on Mars with Opportunity and Curiosity: Terramechanics and Terrain Properties
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Space resources and our future beyond Earth
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Recent speleological investigations in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
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Microbial ecology and cryptic biogeochemical cycles in the terrestrial subsurface
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Photo of the Week

October 22, 2014: Comet Siding Spring as seen from Mars
More info here. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona
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