Recent News

Kilb, colleagues discuss the use of turbidites in EOS

Deborah Kilb and her colleagues present turbidites value to paleo seismology despite the difficulties in characterizing & determining their source, in EOS article "Submarine Avalanche Deposits Hold Clues to Past Earthquakes.” See:

Gjini invited by SIAM News to share her work on Stratocumulus Clouds

 Congratulations to 3rd year Ph.D. student, Rebecca Gjini, who was invited to share her work in SIAM News. Gjini's article "Stratocumulus Clouds and Predator-prey Dynamics" focuses on her research modeling stratocumulus clouds with predator-prey dynamics and rain "eating" clouds and is avaialble online here.

IGPP and CCCIA group led by Yehuda Bock awarded NOAA's Geospatial Modeling Grant

Yehuda Bock and his IGPP collaborators Adrian Borsa, Yuri Fialko, Jamin Greenbaum, Jennifer Haase, Robert Mellors, David Sandwell, and Mark Zumberge, as well as Center for Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation collaborators Mark Merrifield and Matthew Mazloff, were among five competitors awarded NOAA's Geospatial Modeling Grant. The group's project "NSRS Intra-Frame Deformation Model and New SIO Geodesy Program," aims to create a formal geodesy program in support of the nationwide deficiency of geodesists and to modernize geodetic models for the NSRS.

Green Foundation Postdoc: Apply today!

Applications open for two-year postdocs ($70K/yr) in research areas at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, IGPP. Deadline October 31, 2023. PhD award after October 31, 2019 and before March 31, 2024. Apply at

Miles Fellowship: Apply today!

Applications open for 2-year postdoc (Miles Fellow) in computational/theoretical geophysics at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, IGPP. about $70K/yr Deadline October 31, 2023 PhD awarded between October 31, 2019-March 31, 24 For more

Gabriel honored with AGU James B. Macelwane Medal

Huge congratulations to Alice Gabriel!  

Prof. Gabirle was selected to receive the AGU James B. Macelwane Medal, which is awarded to early career scientists in honor of former AGU president James B. Macelwane (1953-1956) who was renowned for his contributions to geophysics. The honor includes being named as an AGU fellow as well.

AGU will formally recognize this year’s recipients at AGU23, 11-15 December 2023.