• 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

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More microplastic may be reaching Arctic waters than previously thought, according to a new modeling study in AGU’s Journal of Geographical Research: Oceans
https://t.co/Q7yW3ykbFN

Did you know there’s a secret US military base under the Greenland ice sheet? How about all the radioactive waste that’s stored there? Ever heard of “Project Iceworm”? We have all the answers in our latest @ThirdPod #AGU100 episode! https://t.co/knIkaXzJFq

"As the true magnitude of the likely costs of Cyclone #Idai across southern #Africa becomes clear, some images are emerging that indicate that in some areas #landslides may have been a significant part of the problem..."
By @davepetley in #AGUblogs
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Two #videos and and oil painting from the latest research voyage of the R/V Falkor.
By @SchmidtOcean in #AGUblogs #AGU100
https://t.co/CDxH0bIb8G

Career opportunity: Research Assistant Professor in Hydrogeology in the Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Hong Kong.
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Conibear et al. (2018) “estimate the source‐specific disease burden associated with long‐term [ambient #ozone] exposure in India at high spatial resolution using updated risk functions from the American #Cancer Society.” #AGUPubs #GeoHealth https://t.co/TACTzUMdzJ

Incredible drone footage shows the vast extent of the historic flooding in Bellevue, Nebraska.

Full video: https://t.co/I0e1GzhxL7

Turner et al (2019) use a "global gridded data set that specifies the cost of #groundwater extraction as a function of #depletion [&] simulate water users as rational economic actors to understand how they will adapt as extraction costs increase.” #AGUPubs https://t.co/ps5mKSdz0z

Bröder et al. (2019): Terrigenous #carbon in the top layer of #seafloor #sediment resists degradation or "decays relatively slowly," so "carbon released annually from degradation in surface sediments is much smaller” than previously suggested. #AGUPubs https://t.co/MmDqOWIRGM

Session proposals are now open for the Ocean Sciences Meeting, being held February 2020 in San Diego, CA! Submit your proposal today. https://t.co/uKGILafJxA #oceanscience #OSM20

"As the true magnitude of the likely costs of Cyclone #Idai across southern #Africa becomes clear, some images are emerging that indicate that in some areas #landslides may have been a significant part of the problem..."
By @davepetley at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/510juEavQv

Soranano Glacier, Peru Separation and Retreat 1995-2018
By @realglacier in #AGUblogs #AGU100
https://t.co/lIwu5b7u4G

Two #videos and and oil painting from the latest research voyage of the R/V Falkor.
By @SchmidtOcean at #AGUblogs #AGU100
https://t.co/4G19J0r9Ub

MacAyeal (2018): “ #Seismology provides a way to continuously observe #melting processes in firn. The importance of firn to an #ice sheet's health is described [&] a simple schematic figure showing how the seismological method works is provided.” #AGUPubs https://t.co/6npBxUexeu

#socksofLPSC my one pair of funky science socks. Appropriate today for watching apollo documentary. #LPSC2019

The Vernal equinox occurs today at 2:58 PM PDT. This is the time the sun passes over the celestial equator. Astronomical spring starts today. #cawx

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