The GPS Reflections Group – awarded the CO-LABS Governor’s Award for high-impact research.

I have signed a retirement agreement with CU – so I am moving onto new things! Last summer I was living in Berlin with my husband George. I was a visitor at the GFZ in Potsdam.

The above photograph was taken in Gothenburg in May at the Doctoral Graduation Ceremony.  My new friends are Kaianders Sempler and Steve Girvin.

Man and Mouse, Seattle Art Museum

Man and Mouse, Seattle Art Museum, January 2017.

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On the way to the Humboldt Foundation reception at Bellevue, June 2017.

With Professor Schwarz, president of the Humboldt Foundation.

With Professor Schwarz, president of the Humboldt Foundation, March 2017.

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Marx, Engels, Wei Wen, Kristine

With Boudewijn Ambrosius in Delft.

With Boudewijn Ambrosius in Delft, June 2017.

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At the corner of Keplerstr and Brahestr. Does not get better than that!

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Munich, July 2017.

I took this from the second floor window of my house.

I took this from the second floor window of my house.

From our visit to Morocco.

From our visit to Morocco. With Norbert, Jens, Harald, Jamila, and George.

George took this while snow shoeing at Brainard Lake.

George took this while snow shoeing at Brainard Lake.

Returning to the scene of my 1993 sabbatical, Goddard SFC.

Returning to the scene of my 1993 sabbatical, Goddard SFC.

Favorite GPS Site, P041 (Photo by Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Favorite GPS Site, P041 (Photo by Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado)

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Second favorite GPS site, P101.

Second favorite GPS site, P101.

You can never have enough drill bits.

This is a photo of my father Valdemar Larson taken while working at the Deep Sea Drilling Project.

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Mit meinem Mann, May 2017.

Babelsberg

Babelsberg, September 2017.

Prague at night, August 2017.

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Prague by day.

Oxnard, November 2017.