PRIMARY RESEARCH

Our mission is to solve fundamental problems in the Earth Sciences by monitoring and analyzing the changing shape and gravity field of our planet over the widest possible range of spatial and temporal scales.  We promote scientific investigation through inclusive, accessible research, education, and mentoring. 

CONTACT US

University of Arizona
Department of Geosciences
Tucson, AZ 85721-0077
Phone: (520) 621-6000

OPPORTUNITIES FOR GRADUATE STUDY

Funding is available for qualified applicants interested in pursuing graduate studies in the general field of Tectonic Geodesy. If you think that you may be interested in studying the deformation of our planet using space geodetic techniques, please send us an email.

GEODESY IN THE NEWS

Accelerating uplift of central Iceland
The New Yorker article on effects of changing climate
BBC World radio interview with Kat Compton
Fox News video
Washington Post
The Guardian
Arizona Daily Star
UANews
 
PBS documentary "Italy's Mystery Mountains" is now available on YouTube, featuring Rick Bennett and colleagues conducting a GPS survey in the northern Apennines, Italy. 
 
Earth Magazine article on GPS Geodesy
 
GPS Geodesy in Arizona
Arizona Daily Star
KTAR Phoenix
 
Dalmatia Fold and Thrust Belt
New Scientist
National Geographic News
UofA News
 
Alto Tiberina low-angle normal fault
UofA News
United Press International