Dr. Tom Bianchi is coauthor of a new paper presenting evidence for ancient carbon trapped in Earth’s deepest “blue hole” in the South China Sea. Click here for more information.
Madison Flint received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award for her poster at the recent American Geophysical Union. This prestigious award was only granted to the top 5% of student participants from the Fall 2019 AGU meeting.
Thomas S. Bianchi, the Jon L. and the Beverly A. Thompson Endowed Chair of Geological Sciences, was honored at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting in December 2019 as an AGU Fellow.
This award is given to AGU members who have made exceptional scientific contributions and gained prominence in their respective fields of Earth and space sciences. Established in 1962, the fellow program recognizes no more than 0.1 percent of total membership annually.
The full article can be read here: https://news.clas.ufl.edu/geology-professor-honored-at-agu-meeting/
Check out this Nat Geo article. Zhiyu Yi was a post-doctoral fellow in the Department a few years ago. Joe Meert and Zhiyu Yi have been collaborating on this work for the past 1.5 years.
Taking the laws of physics and reversing them to understand what happened in the Earth’s interior 55 million years ago. UF Geologist ALESSANDRO FORTE’s along with fellow researchers collaborate to reconstructed the phenomena occurring under the North Atlantic Ocean 55 million years ago, during a period known as the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), that may have led to a period of rapid global warming or a “greenhouse gas ‘burp”.
The full story can be viewed here: