Interested in learning about a wide range of earth sciences relevant topics and socializing with colleagues in our department community? Join us each Friday afternoon at 3:30 pm for the ERTH Department TGIF Seminar!
ERTH103 - Geology of the Hawaiian Islands had a great field trip a couple weekends ago. Mahalos to the curious, inquisitive, and motivated 103 students, Natalia and Kelly for helping out, and to our UHF donors for supporting this opportunity.
As the EARTH community tries to come to terms with the loss Professor Jasper Konter, we invite you to visit his In Memoriam webpage containing photos and memories of this fine friend, mentor, and colleague. If you would like to share a message or memory, please write Garrett Apuzen-Ito at email@example.com.
In January 2022, the largest volcanic eruption of this century, which was submarine, led to a dramatic phytoplankton bloom north of the Tongan island of Tongatapu. Three scientists from UHM (CMORE's Benedetto Barone and Dave Karl, and Earth Sciences Prof. Ken Rubin), with a colleague from Oregon State University, recently revealed that the bloom of microscopic marine life covered an area nearly 40 times the size of the island of Oʻahu within 48 hours after the eruption.
Paul Wessel named American Geophysical Union's (AGU) 2022 Greg Leptoukh Lecture recipient, awarded by the Earth and Space Science Informatics section. They chose Paul because of his pioneering effort in developing widely used open-source software for the Earth science community, such as the globally recognized Generic Mapping Tools (GMT).
Rose Gallo, "The 2018 Eruption of Kilauea" and Liliane Burkhard, "Tectonics of Icey Worlds"
Join us on campus 13-14 May for two days of interactions, tours, discussions, catching up with friends, and a field trip!
Henrietta Dulai receives the 2022 Peter V. Garrod Distinguished Mentoring Award; Brian Popp receives the 2022 Board of Regent's Medal for Excellence in Research; Bridget Smith-Konter receives the 2022 Board of Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching; and Bruce Houghton received the 2021 Board of Regents Excellence in Research
Natalia Pasqualon "Ocean Research Cruises" and Kei Takazawa "Infrasound"
Geology in the top 51-100 worldwide and No. 22 in the U.S.; Geophysics in the top 51-100 worldwide and No. 22 in the U.S.
Gwen Brouwer (left) "Saturn's Moon Titan" and Brytne Okuhata(right), "Hydrogeology of West Hawaii"
Research recently published in PNAS by Sloan Coasts and colleagues examines what consitututes "normal" with repsect to rainfall patterns in the coming decades, prediciting more common drought or wet conditions ahead
Two open Earth Sciences Faculty Positions in Coastal Processes and ElectronMicroprobe lab Management