• Magnetotactic bacteria, Josh Feinberg, IRM
  • Geodynamo models, Gary Glatzmaier, UCSC & Paul Roberts, UCLA
  • CHAMP satellite data, Stefan Maus, CIRES & NGDC
  • Magnetic reversals, Christophe Gissinger, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris
  • Magnetite TEM image, Richard Harrison, University of Cambridge
  • Magnetosphere, NASA
  • Crustal ages, NGDC

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Strong monsoons in the Indian Ocean can induce easterly winds that push Atlantic Ocean hurricanes westward, increasing the likelihood they’ll make landfall in the Americas, according to new research.
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Jomda County: a large, valley blocking landslide in Tibet on 11th October.
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Check out these adorable baby paper nautilus hiding in jellies 😍 Almost nothing is known about these elusive creatures, and as far as I know, these observations are new to science! #DailyJelly Pics by the amazing Songda Cai: https://t.co/wwgrVHtusV

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There's A Weird Noise Coming From An Antarctic Ice Shelf @StephenAtHome @colbertlateshow says “sound of summer” via @YouTube @theAGU @BruSpringsteen

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"Xinhua reports that on Wednesday of last week (17th October 2018), a very large landslide occurred in Menling County in Tibet, blocking the Yarlung Tsangpo River."
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Book review -- The Coming Storm by Michael Lewis is a Must Listen: "Lewis has convinced me that perhaps it is Wyle. E Coyote and not Roger Rabbit whose running things."
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Three million pounds of frozen moose: "The largest members of the deer family live anywhere there are trees and shrubs in Alaska, from the Alaska Peninsula to the Beaufort Sea."
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“I’m a black man in geology. There are like only 5 or 6 of us total.” Dr. Jesse Bateman @CDLS_UCLA postdoctoral fellow soil scientist and geochemist #marginsci @theAGU @NSF @UCLAIoES Tripati Lab group meeting

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