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Scientists at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (DTM) bring the perspective of several disciplines to broad questions about nature. DTM's name comes from its original role to chart the Earth's magnetic field. This goal was largely accomplished by 1929. Since then, DTM has evolved to reflect the growing multi-disciplinary nature of the Earth, planetary, and astronomical sciences. Today, the historic goal remains to understand the physical Earth and the universe that is our home.Subscribe today About our research
"The Shocking Story of the Origin of the Solar System"
Alan Boss (DTM Weekly Seminar Series)
Thursday, January 12, 2017
"Stellar Astrophysics: 100 Years after Russell"
Jason Kalirai (DTM Weekly Seminar Series)
Thursday, January 19, 2017
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The American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting will be held on December 12-16, 2016, in San Francisco where DTM staff members and postdocs will be presenting their latest scientific discoveries all week. Check here for daily videos, pictures, schedules, and updates on all of our scientific presentations and posters each day.
DTM scientists regularly explore our planet and the universe. Along the way they capture images of stunning landscapes, geophysical processes and data visualizations.
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Nick Mancinelli discussed unraveling mantle mixing from scattered seismic signals at his DTM Seminar on December 8.
Hélène Le Mével discussed her investigation of magma reservoirs with geodesy at her DTM seminar on December 6.
Christelle Wauthier discussed magma pathways and earthquake triggering at her DTM seminar on December 5.