Dr. Travis O'Brien was quoted in an article on the recent west coast storms.
Uprooted trees serve as physical record for extreme wind events
IU researchers solve data discrepancy while developing techniques to improve fine-scale climate models
Dr. David Applegate, newly appointed director of the U.S. Geological Survey, will present a lecture November 28 at Indiana University Bloomington.
Our department participates in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Science Fest, an annual event that invites families, students, and community members to explore science on IU Bloomington’s campus.
Harrison Martin will be giving an IRIS-hosted webinar Thursday, October 27th at 2 pm EDT.
Last week at GSA Sophie Black won the Sedimentary Geology Division's student poster award.
O’Brien is leading a massive climate data analysis effort, focusing on the occurrences of four weather phenomena.
EAS Professor Chen Zhu will give a plenary lecture at the 49th International Association of Hydrogeologists Congress in Wuhan, China.
The Summer '22 EAS Newsletter is now online.
EAS Assistant Professor Travis O'Brien was interviewed by WPTA in Fort Wayne, IN about his work in climate studies.
EAS Professor Doug Edmonds co-authored a paper on river avulsion, just published in Science.
EAS Professor Juergen Schieber is the recipient of the prestigious Sorby Medal in recognition "of his extensive research that has revolutionized our understanding of mud and shale sedimentology."
Please join us on Wednesday 4/20 IU DAY!
EAS Associate Professor Paul Staten is featured in a WPTA Fort Wayne news segment about climate change.
EAS faculty Cody Kirkpatrick and Jackson Njau will receive Trustees Teaching Awards this year
Anne Kort wins McCormick Science Grant
Dr. Juergen Schieber has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for 2022-23
Simon Brassell has been elected as a Fellow of the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry.
A hearty congratulations to David Polly for his recent election as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).