Home page for the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism
Since 1947, we’ve shared home-cooked meals right here on our campus! The Lunch Club meets every day in the Merle Tuve Room (dining hall) of the Greenewalt Building at 12:30 pm for a lunch cooked by one of the members.
Meet current DTM employees and staff members.
Upcoming and past DTM events including lectures and presentations.
Resources and information on DTM’s extensive postdoctoral program.
Articles covering DTM research, events, and discoveries.
DTM and the Geophysical Laboratory (GL) have a joint library that supports advanced research in the physical, earth, and space sciences. The library subscribes to more than 200 scientific journals and reference databases and holds 10,000 technical books, maps, and reports.
DTM is situated in the northwest quarter of Washington D.C. in an area saturated with local restaurants, events, and shopping. Its close proximity to public transportation allows you to easily hop on the metro or bus to visit anywhere you'd like in the DC, Maryland and Virginia areas.
Learn about the 100 years of our campus history.