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The Department of Geosciences and Princeton University congratulates Jonathan M. Husson on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis.
The Ocean Sciences Section of American Geophysical Union (AGU) has selected Chair Bess Ward as the Rachel Carson Lecturer for 2014.
Congratulations to Audrey Yau and Nick (Xuefeng) Peng for receiving the 2014 Arnold Guyot Graduate Student Teaching Prize.
Princetonians (including GEO alums and Prof. Jessica Irving) spent time exploring other worlds as part of the Cooperative Institute for Dynamic Earth Research (CIDER) summer program on "Dynamics of Planetary Interiors."
The Department of Geosciences and Princeton University congratulates Audrey M. Yau on successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis.
Trees need daily temperatures to be low enough and daylight hours to be short enough to produce the vivid vistas of fall, explained senior author David Medvigy, an assistant professor of geosciences and associated faculty member at the Princeton Environmental Institute.
Xingchen (Tony) Wang awarded Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Honorific Fellowship for Academic Year 2014-2015.
The Department of Geosciences and Princeton University congratulates Jue Wang on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis.
Princeton University and 10 partner institutions seek to make the Southern Ocean better known scientifically and publicly through a $21 million program that will create a biogeochemical and physical portrait of the ocean using an expanded computational capacity and hundreds of robotic floats deployed around Antarctica.
The 2014 Art of Science is currently exhibiting two works by GEO/AOS members. Both are considered by the program to be engaging works of art, as well as holding scientific significance.  One is a photograph submitted by GEO grad student Akshay Mehra titled “Giant Ooids” and the other is a video short by AOS assoc. research scholar Martin Jucker titled “Fly Me.”  Both works were created during the course of scientific research at Guyot Hall.