SES Associate Professor Donna Shillington was recently elected by her peers to serve as Secretary of the Tectonophysics Section of the American Geophysical Union, the world’s largest earth and space science society. The Tectonophysics Section represents a large community of scientists focused on a broad spectrum of dynamic Earth processes. As secretary, Shillington will be a member of the Tectonophysics… Read more
Tectonics & Earth’s Interior
NAU SES scientists are using drones, seismometers, cameras and more to study the aftermath of Museum Fire. This NSF-funded research is critical to understanding flooding potential and debris flows on a disturbed landscape. Plus major bonus, the article in the Daily Sun is written by one of our amazing local geology alums, John Noll!
Check it out! Lexi’s award and her work on the origins of the Colorado Plateau’s uplift is highlighted in NAU News today.
When North Korea tested a nuclear weapon last September, NAU scientists picked up the signal just north of Flagstaff. Dr. Ryan Porter explains to NAU News.