ESD’s George Moridis was honored by being named to the board of the journal Computers & Geosciences, an Elsevier publication that publishes high impact, original research at the interface between computer sciences and geosciences.
ESD Website Teaser: ESD’s George Pau wins a DOE Office of Science Early Career Research Program award for his work on “A Multiscale Reduced Order Method for Integrated Earth System Modeling.”
The 2013 call from the Energy Bioscience Institute (EBI) has been posted on EBI's website (http://www.energybiosciencesinstitute.org). The deadline for preproposals is May 31, 2013.
LBNL Deputy Director Horst Simon, in a message to the Lab, announces a wealth of Lab activities related to Earth Day and Earth Week, and invites all Lab employees to learn how they can make a positive impact.
The phases and stability of ferric iron products formed early during neutralization of acid mine drainage waters remain largely unknown.
ESD ‘s Tim Kneafsey, Jonathan Ajo-Franklin, and former ESD scientist Dmitriy Silin recently conducted a core-scale experiment.
From the equations governing the deformation of a porous medium containing three fluid phases, ESD’s Don Vasco derives expressions for the phase velocity of the various modes of displacement, expressions that are valid for a medium with smoothly varying heterogeneity.
The Karakoram fault (KKF) in Tibet is a 1000 km long strike-slip fault separating the western Himalaya from the Tibetan Plateau.
ESD’s Valeri Korneev, the startup company Seismos, and Bill Shelander, Tech Transfer’s commercialization expert, recently collaborated on developing software to fix current blind spots involved in enhanced oil recovery (EOR).
Strip the City (Science Channel-Discovery) will include a short segment devoted to the magneto-acoustic seismic sensor deployed in 2012 by ESD’s Valeri Korneev (aided by Paul Cook) at the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) site.