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    • 2017 HIGP Seminar Series


December 14, 2017
David Trang Selected for Asteroid Sample Return Mission Science Team
Dr. David Trang David Trang (Post-Doctoral Researcher) is one of 13 international scientists newly selected by NASA as participating scientists for the agency's first asteroid sample return mission, OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, and Security – Regolith Explorer). Launched Sept. 8, 2016 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is on a seven-year journey to rendezvous with, study, and return a sample of Bennu to Earth. This sample of a primitive asteroid will help scientists understand the formation of our Solar System more than 4.5 billion years ago. For more see the NASA Press Release. Congratulations!

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November 15, 2017
Nicole Lautze Receives 2017 C3E Education Award
Dr. Nicole Lautze C3E award winner.


HIGP and SOEST are pleased to share the news that Nicole Lautze (Associate Researcher and co-Principal Investigator of the Hawai‘i Groundwater & Geothermal Resources Center) is the recipient of the 2017 Clean Energy Education & Empowerment (C3E) Education Award. This U.S. C3E Award recognizes the outstanding leadership and extraordinary achievements of mid-career women working to advance clean energy. C3E is a program of the Clean Energy Ministerial, representing 25 major-economy governments accelerating the transition to clean energy technologies and policies. Dr. Lautze received her award at the sixth annual C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium in Cambridge, MA on November 15, 2017. For more, please read about C3E and UH Press Release. Congratulations!

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October 31, 2017
Murli H. Manghnani Elected as AGU Fellow
Link to AGU Fellows announcement HIGP Researcher, Murli H. Manghnani, has been elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU). Manghnani, who joined HIGP in 1963, has made impressive contributions in the field of high pressure-high temperature mineral physics, with a focus on the structure and transformation of minerals deep in Earth's interior. "With a rare combination of deep interest, dedication, enthusiasm and collaborative spirit, Manghnani has been able to creatively help in establishing a world-class facility in high-pressure mineral physics research at UH Mānoa, along with a cadre of faculty and researchers," said Robert Wright, Researcher and Interim Director of HIGP. The 2017 class of AGU Fellows will be recognized during the Honors Tribute on December 13 held during the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. Congratulations! For more, please visit the AGU Honors announcement and UH News.


Oct. 30, 2017
Newly Funded: UH Materials Science CoRE (Consortium for Research and Education)
A collaboration among materials scientists at the University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa from HIGP (Hope Ishii, Przemyslaw Dera, and Murli Manghnani), the Hawai‘i Natural Energy Institute (HNEI), College of Engineering–Mechanical Engineering, Physics, and Chemistry has been awarded $350,000 from the 2017 UH Strategic Investment Initiative, as announced by Michael S. Bruno, the Vice Chancellor for Research at UH Mānoa. Materials Science spans many areas, including advanced ceramics and nano-composites for space and aerospace, biomedical applications, corrosion research, carbon-based nano-structures for water filtration, geophysics, renewable energy technologies, planetary science, and ultra-thin film micro/nano devices, to name only a few. The interdisciplinary efforts of the UH Materials Science CoRE will enable new undergraduate courses, seminars, and research fellowships utilizing the expertise of our faculty and the broad spectrum of advanced instrumentation in labs at UH, including SOEST/HIGP's Advanced Electron Microscopy Center.


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Oct. 20 & 21, 2017
SOEST Open House: Exploring Earth & Space with HIGP Scientists
SOEST Open House, Oct. 20 & 21, 2017. Did you know we are exploring the deepest ocean trench, Earth's core, volcanoes and lava flows, the Moon, Mars, and beyond? Did you know we are building satellites and the instruments they carry? HIGP on the U.H. Mānoa campus participated in the 14th biennel SOEST Open House (event info. and maps) on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20 & 21. This free event drew ~7,000 students, parents, educators, and community members who connected with our scientists and engineers doing hands-on activities and laboratory tours. Among all the great Q&A and reactions, we know our outreach was a success with comments from the students such as, "This University is great!" We are so pleased you all joined us!


October 10, 2017
Astromaterials Research Highlighted in Hana Hou! Magazine
IDP image by H. Ishii and J. Bradley Collections of cosmic dust from a high altitude, high-volume air sampler at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawai‘i take center stage in "Particles of Interest," Michael Shapiro's article in the October/November 2017 issue of Hana Hou!, the magazine of Hawaiian Airlines. The article highlights the work at SOEST/HIGP's Advanced Electron Microscopy Center (AEMC), by its Director Hope Ishii and Manager John Bradley, and G&G undergraduate and Hawai‘i Space Grant Fellow, Lean Teodoro. Astromaterials—such as cosmic dust also known as interplanetary dust particles, cometary dust, meteorites, and pre-solar grains— represent the building blocks of our Solar System that are available for analysis at nanometer- and atomic-scale with state-of-the-art technology at U. H. Mānoa, including AEMC's Titan Transmission Electron Microscope/STEM and dual-beam focused ion beam instrument.


October 2, 2017
New Research Related to the Moon
Link to Corley's publication An international team of scientists from seven institutions led by Laura Corley (HIGP/G&G Ph.D. candidate) investigated exposures of olivine on the Moon with multiple datasets. Their determinations of the mineral's sources and transport processes provide new understanding of the lunar interior with implications for the Moon's geological and geophysical evolution. Their study "Olivine-bearing Lithologies on the Moon: Constraints on Origins and Transport Mechanisms from M3 Spectroscopy, Radiative Transfer Modeling, and GRAIL Crustal Thickness" is published in the January 15, 2018 issue of Icarus, available now online.

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September 25, 2017
Denise B. Evans Fellowships in Oceanographic Research Award Announcement
Link to Evans Fellowships With our congratulations, HIGP is pleased to announce two graduate students from the Department of Oceanography are awarded the 2017—2018 Denise B. Evans Fellowships in Oceanographic Research. Astrid Leitner is a PhD candidate working with Jeff Drazen from Biological Oceanography. Leitner studies the impacts of seamounts at various scales on marine ecology. Seth Travis is a PhD candidate working with Bo Qiu. Travis examines mesoscale eddy activity in the South Pacific, looking at variability on different time scales and exploring spatial variability across regions of significant topographic features. The fellowships were established by virtue of a very generous gift from the estate of Denise B. Evans in support of the work by outstanding SOEST graduate students in many different fields of Oceanographic research. For details, please visit the Denise B. Evans Fellowships in Oceanographic Research website.


September 1, 2017
Dr. Robert Wright Named Interim Director of HIGP
Dr. Robert Wright named interim Director of HIGP
HIGP and SOEST announce the appointment of Dr. Robert Wright as Interim Director of HIGP effective September 1, 2017. Associated with the University of Hawai‘i since 1999 after earning his Ph.D. from The Open University in the UK, Dr. Wright's research and teaching focus on remote sensing, volcanology, and development of innovative, hyperspectral imaging instruments. He served as Associate Director of HIGP since 2016 alongside the outgoing Interim Director Dr. Margo Edwards. Dr. Edwards is continuing her research at HIGP in marine geology and geophysics and continuing to serve as Interim Executive Director of the Applied Research Laboratory at the University of Hawai‘i, a post she has held since 2015.


August, 2017
Two Years of Talk Shows with HIGP on ThinkTech Hawai‘i–Research at UH Mānoa
ThinkTech Hawaii logo This month marks two years of weekly interviews with HIGP at Think Tech Hawai‘i. And we have more in the pipeline! See the HIGP Media Schedule for links to all the interviews.

ThinkTech Hawai‘i–Research at UH Mānoa: Talk Shows in AUGUST with HIGP:
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August 21, 2017
Fall 2017 Course Offerings with HIGP
UH Manoa seal Welcome to the first day of the Fall 2017 semester. HIGP faculty are offering these courses: Course syllabi available here.


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July 28, 2017
Nominations for Denise B. Evans Fellowships in Oceanographic Research Awards Due August 18
Link to Evans Fellowships News Update: Deadline for receipt of applications extended to 18 August. HIGP collected nominations for two graduate students to each receive a single new award of $28,000 per student/year for the period September 2017 to August 2018. Nominations were due by 4:00 p.m., Friday, August 18, 2017. These competitive awards support outstanding SOEST graduate students in many different fields of oceanographic research. For complete details, please visit the Denise B. Evans Fellowships in Oceanographic Research website.


July 27, 2017
Murli H. Manghnani Elected as AGU Fellow
Link to AGU Fellows announcement HIGP Researcher, Murli H. Manghnani, is one of 61 scientists recognized in the 2017 class of Fellows by the American Geophysical Union (AGU). The new Fellows will be honored at the AGU Fall Meeting in December, 2017 in New Orleans. Congratulations! For more, please visit the AGU Honors announcement.


July 27, 2017
New Research Related to Water in the Moon's Interior
LROC WAC mosaic of lunar nearside. HIGP Post-Doctoral Researcher, Shuai Li (Ph.D., Brown University) and Ralph Milliken (Brown University) have co-authored a new paper in Nature Geoscience titled, "Remote Detection of Widespread Indigenous Water in Lunar Pyroclastic Deposits" [ read the abstract ]. Li says, "Other studies have suggested the presence of water ice in shadowed regions at the lunar poles, but the pyroclastic deposits are at locations that may be easier to access. Anything that helps save future lunar explorers from having to bring lots of water from home is a big step forward, and our results suggest a new alternative." Read more about it at Brown University News, PBS Newshour, and The Atlantic.

July 13, 2017
New Research uses Satellite Data to Predict End of Volcanic Eruptions
Estelle Bonnie and Robert Wright's new publication on volanic eruptions HIGP/G&G graduate student Estelle Bonny and her mentor, HIGP researcher Robert Wright, have developed an approach using infrared satellite data to predict when lava flow-forming eruptions will end. They tested a hypothesis first published in 1981 that detailed how lava flow rate changes during a typical effusive volcanic eruption. The model predicted that once a lava flow-forming eruption begins, the rate at which lava exits the vent quickly rises to a peak and then reduces to zero over a much longer period of time—when the rate reaches zero, the eruption has ended. HIGP faculty developed a system (MODIS) that uses infrared measurements made by NASA's MODIS sensors to detect and measure the heat emissions from erupting volcanoes—heat is used to retrieve the rate of lava flow. The research by Bonny and Wright has important relevance to volcanic hazard mitigation.

Bonny, E. and Wright, R. (2017) Predicting the End of Lava Flow-Forming Eruptions from Space, Bulletin of Volanology, 79:52, doi: 10.1007/s00445-017-1134-8. [ view abstract ]

Read more about it in the UH System News, Hawaii News Now, Maui Now, and EOS. Listen to Estelle on Hawai‘i Public Radio.


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June 21, 2017
University Promotion Announcements
We are pleased to announce that faculty members Milton Garces, Anupam Misra, and James Potemra have received promotions. Congratulations all.


June 21, 2017
Alexander Krot Receives Humboldt Research Award
Humboldt Reseach Award to Dr. Sasha Krot The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation of Germany has named HIGP Researcher, Alexander Krot, the recipient of a Humboldt Research Award in recognition of lifetime achievements in research. Dr. Krot's work spans astrophysical and cosmochemical problems related to the solar nebula and the formation and early history of the Solar System. As an award winner, he is invited to spend a period of up to one year cooperating on a long-term research project of his choice with specialist colleagues in Germany. Dr. Krot was nominated for this award by Prof. Dr. Frank E. Brenker of Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Read more about the Humboldt Research Award. Congratulations!


June 20, 2017
Estelle Bonny working on volcano HIGP/G&G graudate student, Estelle Bonny, is principal author on a new paper in the Bulletin of Volcanology titled, "Predicting the End of Lava Flow-forming Eruptions from Space" [ read the abstract ]. She used thermal infrared remote-sensing data acquired by NASA's MODerate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) to analyze details of 104 eruptions at 34 volcanoes over the last 15 years. Bonny's co-author and Ph.D. advisor is HIGP Researcher Rob Wright. This research supports hazard mitigation efforts by testing ways to forecast when an eruption will end. Hear more about Estelle Bonny's research interests in this ThinkTech Hawaii interview: Hot Lava at Kilauea Volcano–Advancements in Volcanology.

June 19, 2017
A new paper titled "Global Risk of Deadly Heat" published online today in Nature Climate Change, includes second author Bénédicte Dousset, HIGP research affiliate [ read the abstract ]. The paper presents a global analysis of climatic conditions leading to heat-related deaths that the authors predict could affect 74% of the world's population by 2100. Read more about it: SOEST News and UH News.


June 7, 2017
Rhett Butler on hawaiinewsnow.com. A team of researchers, led by HIGP Researcher Rhett Butler, re-examined historical evidence around the Pacific and discovered the origin of the tsunami that hit Sanriku, Japan in 1586—a mega-earthquake from the Aleutian Islands that broadly impacted the north Pacific. Butler says, "Our knowledge of past events helps us to forecast tsunami effects and thereby enable us to assess this risk for Hawai‘i." For more information, see UH News and Hawaii News Now and Physics.org. Screenshot from hawaiinewsnow.com.

June 1, 2017
Paul Lucey part of team reporting new evidence for frost on lunar surface. Paul Lucey, HIGP Researcher, is part of a team reporting new evidence for water frost in permanently shadowed regions near the lunar South Pole based on data from two instruments onboard NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Lead author, Elizabeth Fisher, carried out the data analysis while working with Lucey at HIGP; she is currently a graduate student at Brown University. For more information, see UH News and Icarus publication. Image from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Scientific Visualization Studio.

ThinkTech Hawai‘i–Research at UH Mānoa: Talk Shows in MAY with HIGP:
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May 23, 2017
Meeting Announcement
The Cordilleran Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America is happening now at the Hawai‘i Convention Center in Honolulu (May 23–25, 2017). HIGP and SOEST personnel are involved giving talks and coordinating technical sessions, short courses, workshops, and field trips. GSA section logo

HIGP's Sarah Fagents is co-chairing the Explosive Volcanism session and the Volcanism Across the Solar System session. Nicole Lautz is co-charing the Advances in Geothermal Resource Investigation session, Murli Manghnani and Bin Chen are together co-charing the Mineral Physics Research Aspects Related to Deep Earth's Interior and Phenomena session, and Emilio Herrero-Bervera is co-charing the Paleomagnetism, Rock Magnetism, and Archaeomagnetism session. See the Cordilleran Meeting Flyer for more information or go to the Cordilleran Meeting website for complete details.


May 9, 2017
drawing of ShadowCam HIGP Alumni News: NASA has selected an instrument developed by Dr. Mark Robinson (Arizona State University), who earned his Ph.D. with G&G/HIGP in 1993, and Malin Space Science Systems as a U.S. contribution to the Korea Aerospace Research Institute's (KARI) first lunar exploration mission, Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO). The instrument, ShadowCam, joins four KARI-developed instruments on KPLO, which is scheduled to launch in 2018. The images acquired by ShadowCam will be used to map the lunar surface and search for frost or ice in the Moon's permanently shadowed regions. Robinson and Malin Space Science Systems have teamed before, with the developemnt of NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, capturing spectacular, high-resolution images of the lunar surface since 2009. For more on the new ShadowCam announcement, read the NASA news release and ASU news release. Image credit: Arizona State University / Malin Space Science Systems.

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April 26, 2017
Barbara Bruno Receives 2017 UH Mānoa Award
Dr. Barbara Bruno, Ike Wai, 2017 UH Manoa Faculty Diversity Enhancement Award recipient. The UH Mānoa Chancellor has announced the recipients of the 2017 UH Mānoa Awards, including honoring Barbara Bruno (HIGP Faculty Specialist; G&G/HIGP Ph.D., 1994) with the Faculty Diversity Enhancement Award. This award from the UH Mānoa Commission on Inclusion and Diversity recognizes a faculty member who has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to enhancing diversity. For more details and awardee bio, please see the Chancellor's Award Announcement. Congratulations!

April 26, 2017
Milton Garces announces release of RedVox Infrasound app. The iOS App to record, stream, and analyze Infrasound has been announced by Milton Garces, founder of RedVoxSound.com and HIGP Associate Researcher and Director of the Infrasound Laboratory at the University of Hawai‘i. "With the RedVox Infrasound apps, anybody can now explore the inaudible sound field around them, and help build a global hazards and noise monitoring network," says Garces. For more information, see RedVox Infrasound.

ThinkTech Hawai‘i–Research at UH Mānoa: Talk Shows in MARCH with HIGP:
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March 2017
We celebrate Mark's 40 years of service at UH. This month the University of Hawai‘i and HIGP celebrate Mark Rognstad's 40-year anniversary of service. Congratulations and mahalo. See the UH News–list of March 2017 anniversaries.


March 23, 2017
Dr. Luke Flynn, Faculty Specialist HIGP/SOEST/UH Manoa. The University of Hawai‘i has announced that Luke Flynn (HIGP Faculty Specialist, Director of the Hawai‘i Space Flight Laboratory, and Director of Hawai‘i Space Grant Consortium) is the university's nominee for the Governor's Award for Distinguished State Service as Employee of the Year. The award honors the state's executive branch employees who exemplify the highest caliber of public service and dedication to serving the people of Hawai‘i. All departmental nominees will be recognized at an awards ceremony on May 18 where the state winners will be announced. Congratulations! See HIGP related news and UH News. Photo courtesy of Peter Mouginis-Mark.


March 8, 2017
MODVOLC website logo. Update Announcement: MODVOLC [ at modis.higp.hawaii.edu ] is a near-real-time monitoring system using dual NASA MODIS satellite sensors to monitor Earth's volcanoes with infrared data for signs of thermal unrest. The interface for MODVOLC has been updated with new tools to select subsets, plot, and download data. For more details see MODVOLC.

March 7, 2017
Milton Garces speaks at Volcanoes National Park-HVO Milton Garces (HIGP Associate Researcher and Director of the Infrasound Laboratory) presented "The Unheard Sounds of Hawaiian Volcanoes" at the Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park recently. Listen at ~18:00 minutes for a sampling of sounds from Halema‘uma‘u. [ video link ] Screen shot from Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park/NPS/USGS/HVO video.

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February 13, 2017
UH Mānoa Receives Top International Ranking for Earth and Enviornmental Sciences
The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is ranked 12th among universities internationally for earth and environmental sciences according to Nature Index. The Nature Index ranks institutions based on the number of research papers published in Nature and a select group of other prestigious journals (68 in total), each of which includes peer-review by active researchers. "We are a global leader because of our exceptional staff and students, a local community that values and understands the importance of marine and terrestrial resources and because of our particular location," said SOEST Assistant Dean Chris Ostrander. He went on to say, "We are situated in the center of the one of the best ecosystems on the planet to conduct earth and environmental sciences research and have leveraged state and outside investment to build a world-class enterprise that quite literally couldn't exist anywhere other than in Hawai‘i."


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January 2017
Erin Fitch Receives AGU Outstanding Student Paper Award
AGU logoHIGP/G&G graduate student, Erin Fitch, has received the Outstanding Student Paper Award from the 2016 American Geophysical Union Meeting in San Francisco, CA. Erin presented her invited talk "The Mechanisms and Dynamics of High-Energy Lava-Water Explosions" [ view the abstract ] in the Volcanology, Geochemistry and Petrology session What Can Pyroclasts Tell Us? Erin is pursuing a Ph.D. with her advisor, Sarah Fagents. Congratulations!


January 6, 2017
Meeting Announcement
The Cordilleran Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America will be held at the Hawai‘i Convention Center in Honolulu on May 23–25, 2017. HIGP and SOEST personnel are coordinating technical sessions, short courses, workshops, and field trips. GSA section logo

HIGP's Sarah Fagents is co-chairing the Explosive Volcanism session and the Volcanism Across the Solar System session. Nicole Lautz is co-charing the Advances in Geothermal Resource Investigation session, Murli Manghnani and Bin Chen are together co-charing the Mineral Physics Research Aspects Related to Deep Earth's Interior and Phenomena session, and Emilio Herrero-Bervera is co-charing the Paleomagnetism, Rock Magnetism, and Archaeomagnetism session. See the Cordilleran Meeting Flyer for more information or go to the Cordilleran Meeting website for complete details.


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