• 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

Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism

Members of the Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism Section study the magnetic field, from Earth's core to other planets and to outer space, to gain an understanding of Earth's structure, dynamics, and history and its relationship to other planets... Read More

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Someone once told me not to have kids before tenure. Best advice I ever ignored. Pictured today with my three babies: my actual baby, my baby to be, and my tenure and promotion letter. This is what academia can look like!

Reviewing thin sections today for Structural Petrology with Dr. Rick Law. Where we are using microstructures to learn the mechanisms by which rocks deform. Here we have authegenic quartz overgrowths on detrital quartz grains. @vtgeosciences #AGU100

Earths Future study shows: global urban area increases by 40‐67% through 2050 relative to 2013, and trend continues to growth ratio >200% by 2100. @EarthsFutureEiC @theAGU #urbanization #sustainability
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“We have to be open to all low-carbon and zero-carbon potential sources of energy, given the urgency of this effort.” #climatechange #sciencepolicy #election2020 #AGU100 Via @AGU_Eos

Jay Inslee Campaigns for Presidency on Climate Change Issue - Eos

The governor of Washington says that dealing with climate change has to be the country‘s number one priority.

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Sul Superior: another Vale tailings dam at risk of imminent collapse in Brazil. By @davepetley in #AGUblogs #landslide
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#Hubble captures birth of giant storm on #Neptune. News out of #AGUpubs
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“This is the last couple of years that we are going to be able to actually tame this beast, to not have essentially a cataclysm.” #climatechange #sciencepolicy #election2020 #AGU100 Via @AGU_Eos

Jay Inslee Campaigns for Presidency on Climate Change Issue - Eos

The governor of Washington says that dealing with climate change has to be the country‘s number one priority.

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To round out #WomenHistoryMonth, @theAGU is celebrating the geoscience discoveries & advances made by women. Inge Lehman's discovery of a solid inner core helps explain how the core generates Earth's magnetic field. See the full video at https://t.co/kEmLwVhm3P #AGU100

"When something happens that forecasters didn't understand, like a #tornado occurs with a storm they didn't expect, having that data allows them to look at the relationships between the meteorology they knew about and the tornadoes." #AGU100 Via @AGU_Eos

Before Canadian Scientists Can Study Tornadoes, They Have to Find Them - Eos

A yearlong project aims to find more than 150 "missing" tornadoes thought to hit Canada each year.

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Magnone et al. (2019) “show that predictions of #phosphorus requirement to feed the population of Sub‐Saharan Africa to 2050 can significantly change if soil chemistry is included.” #AGUPubs #JAMESJournal https://t.co/4OucC8Jyx7

To round out #WomensHistoryMonth, @theAGU is celebrating the geoscience discoveries & advances made by women. Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin's discovery forever changed our understanding of the chemical makeup of the universe. See the full video at https://t.co/kEmLwVhm3P #AGU100

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