Dr. Ken Miller Featured in Scientific American Earthquake Coverage!

This article was originally posted by the Scientific American, and can be accessed HERE. This piece was written by Andrea Thompson on April 5, 2024.  Earthquake Shakes New Jersey, New York State, Pennsylvania, and More A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck near Lebanon, N.J., at 10:23 A.M. EDT. Shaking...

What to Know about the Upcoming Eclipse: Tips from Dr. Lujendra Ojha

This article was originally published HERE on the Rutgers University website by Kitta MacPherson.  A Rutgers professor of planetary sciences shares some eclipse dos and don'ts On Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Mexico, the United States and Canada. From the...

What Was it Like Being a Rutgers Geologist During a Magnitude 4.8 Earthquake?

Published Monday, April 8th, 2024Contributing Authors: Lauren Neitzke Adamo, Jim Wright, James Bourke, Ken Miller, Sean Kinney, Roy Schlische As soon as the shaking subsided on Friday, April 5 from a rare Magnitude 4.8 Earthquake in New Jersey, geologists in the Department of Earth and Planetary...

Bob Kopp Quoted in NYT on New Study that Details Risk of Sea Level Rise

This article was originally written by Mira Rojanasakul and published by the New York Times (3/6/2024). To access the original article, click here. New Data Details the Risk of Sea-Level Rise for U.S. Coastal Cities A new study of sinking and rising land along American coasts offers a more...

Ken Miller Featured in NYT on the Threat of the Sinking East Coast!

This article was originally written by Mira Rojanasakul and Marco Hernandez, and published by the New York Times (2/13/2024). To access the article, click here. The East Coast is Sinking New satellite-based research reveals how land along the coast is slumping into the ocean, compounding the...

NASA Picks Rutgers Scientist to Assist on First Crewed Lunar Landing Mission in Over 50 Years

This article was written by Kitta MacPherson. To see the original article, visit rutgers.edu. Member of geology team for Artemis III mission says she can’t wait to start NASA has selected Juliane Gross, a NASA Early Career Fellow and a Rutgers professor, to be a member of the geology team supporting the...