• Students mapping in the field.
  • Field work in remotest China, to measure the slip rate along the Altyn Tagh fault.
  • Undergrads in Hawaii.
  • Walking on Lake Vanda in Wright Valley, Victoria Land, Ross Dependency, Antarctica.
  • Students mapping.
  • Rafting through the Grand Canyon.

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Honors & Awards

  • Howie Spero has been chosen as the Faculty Research Lecturer for 2014. The Faculty Research Lecture Award is the highest honor the Davis Division of the Academic Senate accords its members.

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From the Chair

Louise Kellogg in the UC Davis Arboretum.

Professor and Acting Chair Louise Kellogg

I am happy to announce that the department's name has changed from Geology to Earth & Planetary Sciences. This new name reflects the extraordinary breadth of intellectual activity in the department. I appreciate the efforts of all the individuals who wrote the name change proposal....

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positions available

2014-2015 Part-time Lecturer in Earth and Planetary Sciences Pool

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of California, Davis, anticipates openings for temporary, part-time Lecturers to teach undergraduate courses during the 2014-15 academic year contingent upon the instructional needs of the department. posted 4/7/2014

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John Rundle

Oklahoma now most seismically active state in the U.S.?

UC Davis physics and geology professor John Rundle on the growing number of earthquakes recently. From Lou Dobbs Tonight, Fox Business Network

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