Left: DTM volcanologists Diana Roman (left) and Kathleen McKee at Stromboli installing one of the Carnegie Quick Deploy Boxes developed with support of the Brinson Foundation. Right: Hélène Le Mével doing a maintenance visit to the gravimeter instrument used at Stromboli. Pictures by Hélène Le Mével, DTM. Read more.
DCO Reservoirs and Fluxes Community participants, May 2, 2018. Back row from left: Marc Spiegelman, Patrick Allard, Cindy Werner, Giovanni Chiodini, Peter Kelly, Erik Hauri, Terry Plank, Tobias Fischer, Simon Carn. Front from left: Taryn Lopez, Liz Cottrell, Kerstin Lehnert, Carlo Cardelini, Hiroshi Shinohara, Alessandro Aiuppa, Santiago Arellano, Jonathan Tucker. Photo credit: Roberto Molar Candanosa.
The highlight of postdoc appreciation week—celebrated Sept. 17-21, 2018—was a "field" trip where postdocs at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism and the Geophysical Laboratory toured the U.S. Capitol. The celebrations also included a hard-fought table tennis tournament. Picture: Roberto Molar Candanosa, DTM.
The Smithsonian's Science Education Academy for Teachers visited the Broad Branch Road Campus on August 2, 2018. Photo: Roberto Molar Candanosa, DTM.
A group photo including current and former Department of Terrestrial Magnetism and Geophysical Laboratory scientists during the Goldschmidt 2018 conference held in Boston. Picture courtesy Asaf Gelber, DTM.
The Department of Terrestrial Magnetism hosted this year's second Chesapeake Bay Area Exoplanet (CHEXO) meeting at the Carnegie Broad Branch Road Campus in Washington, DC on Friday May 18, 2018.