• 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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“By listening to recordings, these students helped us discover how Earth’s magnetic shield may recover from geomagnetic storms.”
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"How is your institution/organization connecting to the Earth as Inspiration theme? As the only geologist on my campus, I knew this was the perfect theme to get the wider campus community engaged in various activities."
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"...>1 million people die per year in China from particulate air pollution. New research...shows that a key to reducing extreme wintertime air pollution may be reducing formaldehyde emissions rather than sulfur dioxide."
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A new study published in GRL suggests pollution plumes coming predominately from Northeast Asia and Northern Europe travel to the Arctic region and allow cloud droplets to freeze at higher temperatures.
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Is a Changing Climate Shifting Tornado Alley?: "Interestingly, this increased threat of tornadoes is in an area where a majority of residents think that climate change is not real."
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Through #EarthScienceWeek2018, we're sharing stories of Earth and space scientists as part of @theAGU 's Narratives Project. Paleoclimatologists Ellen and Lonnie Thompson discuss work, life, and the power of science https://t.co/4Em7W5ev7R @AGI_Updates #AGU100

On International @ShakeOut day & as part of @theAGU ‘s Centennial, our new “Forces Within Guidebook” is available to help you communicate the science, hazards, and solutions surrounding earthquakes! https://t.co/OIK4xvqRyC #AGU100 #Shakout

From ground-based instruments to satellites, #EarthObservation has many pathways. In this week’s 100 Facts & Figures, historical data from ground instruments were used to examine a link between seismic activity and deep waste injection #AGU100 https://t.co/jcTRgk14yl

In #AGUpubs JGR Atmospheres: Abundance and Emission Flux of the #Anthropogenic Iron Oxide #Aerosols From the East Asian Continental Outflow.
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Through #EarthScienceWeek2018, we're featuring stories of Earth and space scientists lending their voices to @theAGU 's Narratives Project. Paleoclimatologists Ellen and Lonnie Thompson discuss work, life, and the power of science https://t.co/4Em7W5ev7R @AGI_Updates #AGU100

On International @ShakeOut day & as part of @theAGU ‘s Centennial, our new “Forces Within Guidebook” is available to help you communicate the science, hazards, and solutions surrounding earthquakes! https://t.co/OIK4xvqRyC #AGU100 #Shakout

The UK RiftVolc Consortium is running a 3 day Conference in Hawassa, Ethiopia, 9-11 Jan., 2019, to celebrate the culmination of this 5-year project. Registration deadline is soon: Oct. 31. More here: https://t.co/nleiop55yy

“By listening to recordings, these students helped us discover how Earth’s magnetic shield may recover from geomagnetic storms.”
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A new study published in GRL suggests pollution plumes coming predominately from Northeast Asia and Northern Europe travel to the Arctic region and allow cloud droplets to freeze at higher temperatures.
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On International @ShakeOut day & as part of @theAGU ‘s Centennial, our new “Forces Within Guidebook” is available to help you communicate the science, hazards, and solutions surrounding earthquakes! https://t.co/OIK4xvqRyC #AGU100 #Shakout

"...>1 million people die per year in China from particulate air pollution. New research...shows that a key to reducing extreme wintertime air pollution may be reducing formaldehyde emissions rather than sulfur dioxide."
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