Professor of Earth and Planetary Science
B.S., 1990 (Geophysics) McGill
S.M., 1992 (Engineering Sciences) Harvard
Ph.D., 1994 (Earth and Planetary Sciences) Harvard
Miller Fellow, UC Berkeley, 1994-1996
Assistant Professor, University of Oregon, 1996-2001
At Berkeley since Fall 2001.
manga AT seismo.berkeley.edu
Department of Earth and Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley
Office: McCone 381
Berkeley CA 94720-4767
Areas of expertise: planetary science, fluid mechanics, hydrology, geodynamics, physical volcanology
- Publications (refereed, opinion pieces, papers in review, nonrefereed, books)
Neat stuff in the lab!
Neat stuff in the field!
Neat stuff off the computer!
Courses taught at UC Berkeley:
EPS 3: The Water Planet
EPS 12: The planets (Spring 2008 with Geoff Marcy)
EPS 24: Freshman seminar, Geoscience in the movies, Spring 2015 (Spring 2014, Fall 2009, Fall 2010)
EPS 50: Planet Earth (next taught Fall 2015; also Fall 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
EPS 105: Hydrogeology
EPS 108: Geodynamics, Spring 2015 (last taught Fall 2012)
EPS 200: Problems in Hydrogeology (with Chi Wang;
EPS 214: Physical
Volcanology (2002 version)
EPS 236: Geological
Fluid Mechanics (Fall 2007)
EPS 260: Research in Earth Science (Fall 2002 -- required for all incoming graduate students)
EPS 290: Planetary volcanism: A Martian perspective (Spring 2003 with Mark Richards)
- Group meetings/readings
Courses taught at University of Oregon
Theses from the
What is geophysics?