• 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 on why Cove Mountain looks like a gigantic "2."
In #AGUblogs via @vtgeosciences
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Seismic activity on the moon! Did you know from 1972-77, 28 moonquakes were recorded thanks to seismometers placed by #Apollo astronauts? Buzz Aldrin placed the 1st of these instruments on the moon's surface in 1969. #AGU100 https://t.co/O5xys9BU35 For more on 100 Facts&Figures

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Brilliant remains of the material left over from the devolatilization process on the surface of Mercury provide new information on the history of the formation of the first planet in the Solar System.
By @mediainaf at #AGUblogs via #AGUpubs
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You watched as floodwaters rose after Hurricane #Florence. But consider this: A new approach finds that ~41 million Americans—3 times the FEMA estimate—are exposed to the possibility of a 100-year flood. via @AGU_Eos

Millions More Americans Face Flood Risks Than Previously Thought - Eos

A different modeling approach fills large gaps in the U.S. government's flood risk estimates, revealing previously overlooked at-risk areas often surr...

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Drone images of the Barangay Ucab landslide. Potentially one of the deadliest landslides of the year to date.
By @davepetley at #AGUblogs (Image via @AbdikerM )
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More on why Cove Mountain looks like a gigantic "2."
At #AGUblogs via @vtgeosciences
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Coral skeletons act as archive of desert conditions from Little Ice Age: annually-banded coral of the northern Red Sea provides a unique archive of temperature and aridity beyond the observational record.
At #AGUblogs via #AGUpubs
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Airport geology: "Check out all of the different hues: pink granitic rocks, gray gneiss rocks, dark black rocks (gabbro, perhaps?), and lovely yellow rocks (another type of igneous rock) — a rock rainbow of sorts!"
By @GeoEvelyn at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/hRoODqD1xi

"Permafrost hiding beneath the soil is a tough subject for classroom engagement. But the Denali ranger showed a slice of frozen lasagna to represent a solid mass that is subject to change when heat is applied."
By @NedRozell at #AGUblogs
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The % of women and minorities pursuing grad education in the physical sciences is far less than those who complete undergrad programs. A new @theAGU supported program, the Inclusive Graduate Education Network (IGEN), aims to change to dynamic.

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Seismic activity on the moon! Did you know from 1972-77, 28 moonquakes were recorded thanks to seismometers placed by #Apollo astronauts? @TheRealBuzz placed the 1st of these instruments on the moon's surface in 1969. #AGU100 https://t.co/O5xys9BU35 For more on 100Facts&Figures

"(Sept. 20) an enormous landslide occurred at Naga City in Cebu, the Philippines. This was an extraordinary event, without doubt one of the largest mining-induced landslides in recent years."
By @davepetley in #AGUblogs
https://t.co/aLFKbnxYFf

Duiya Glacier, China Retreat Drives Lake Expansion: "By 2017 the glacier had retreated 1020 m a rate of 37 m/year. The lake is now over 1.5 km long."
By @realglacier in #AGUblogs
https://t.co/v36raOIOHg

A view of Florence's toxic runoff.
By @wildweatherdan in #AGUblogs
https://t.co/KUFmcOsTDl

Seismic activity on the moon! Did you know from 1972-77, 28 moonquakes were recorded thanks to seismometers placed by #Apollo astronauts? Buzz Aldrin placed the 1st of these instruments on the moon's surface in 1969. #AGU100 https://t.co/O5xys9BU35 For more on 100 Facts&Figures

AGU scholarship recipient uses space-based observations to help define extreme weather. Via @UAHuntsville
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“Here we introduce a simple theory to estimate the response of #tide‐influenced #deltas to #river #discharge change.” Nienhuis, Hoitink, and Törnqvist (2018) #OpenAccess #AGUpubs #GeoResLetters https://t.co/jsnmcRGdLq

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