NOV. 2015 - DTM Online Newsletter
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November 2015

Letter from the Director

View Alaska's beautiful Islands of the Four Mountains in this photo essay from Diana Roman and Amanda Lough's seismic field expedition.
New observations published in Nature Geoscience from an international geophysics team, including Lara Wagner, suggest the Nazca slab in Perú may be relatively weak and deforms easily.
Erik Hauri: "Water in the Moon's Interior: Truth and Consequences"
Click here to watch Erik Hauri's Neighborhood Lecture.
Latest News
The Giant Magellan Telescope Organization breaks ground in Chile. Click here to read a first-hand account of the ceremony from DTM postdoc Serge Dieterich.
Steve Shirey and Lara Wagner lead postdoc workshop on writing job applications.
Scott Sheppard announces the discovery of the most distant object ever found in our Solar System.
New Solar System modeling from DTM's John Chambers and former DTM postdoc Nathan Kaib points to a new possibility.
Scott Sheppard discusses leading the largest, deepest survey ever obtained for distant solar systems objects with NPR.
BBR celebrates Thanksgiving with their annual campus-wide potluck lunch.
Steven Shirey, the 2015 President of the Mineralogical Society of America (MSA), presided over events at its 96th Annual Meeting.
Click here to view DTM's latest publication list
Follow DTM live @ AGU this year on our website and via Twitter @carnegiescience.
Upcoming Events
December 2, 2015 @ 11 a.m.
Caitlin Murphy // AIP-ASA/AAAS Congressional Science Fellow
"Science and Technology Fellowships: A Bridge Between Academia and Congress"
DTM Postdoctoral Development Workshop

December 3, 2015 @ 11 a.m.
Hal Weaver // JHU Applied Physics Laboratory
"The Exploration of Pluto and the Kuiper Belt by New Horizons"
DTM Weekly Seminar Series

December 10, 2015 @ 11 a.m.
Sarah Horst // John Hopkins University
DTM Weekly Seminar Series
Campus Arrivals
Juliana Charao Marques visits DTM from the Institute of Geosciences, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. She will be collaborating with Richard Carlson. Her expertise in the geosciences focusses on metallogency, petrology, and geochronology.
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