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Department of Terrestrial Magnetism

Carnegie Institution for Science

5241 Broad Branch Road, NW

Washington, DC 20015


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✦ Field work on Big Bear Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada in 2016. Shown from left to right are Carnegie Trustee Mike Long, Graham Pearson a professor from the Uniiversity of Alberta, then DTM Postdoctoral Fellow Jesse Reimink (now a professor at The Pennsylvania State University, and DTM Director Richard Carlson. (Photo: Steve Shirey)

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My office on the Carnegie BBR Campus

✦ The Broad Branch Road Campus is home to the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (DTM) and the Geophysical Laboratory. DTM has been located here in residential northwest Washington, DC for its more than 100-year history. My office (C-114) is in the rectangular flat building called the Cyclotron Building to the left of the Van de Graaff generator (white globe).