• 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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What’s it like to have to lasso icebergs to keep your ship from sinking? In our newest Third Pod from the Sun episode, @esri Chief Scientist @deepseadawn talked about her experiences drilling in the deep sea. Listen now: https://t.co/mKmMdn2UZW

“We keep collecting more and better data all the time. Ten years ago a single mission would produce about 400Gb of data, now it’s a terabyte. With the low altitude survey system that’s about a terabyte a day.”
By @SchmidtOcean in #AGUblogs
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Pescadero Vent Diving — Week One Video.
Bt @SchmidtOcean in #AGUblogs
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The Cloud That Appears on Top of The Most Dangerous Storms.
By @wildweatherdan in #AGUblogs
https://t.co/LZDYksbjV9

Tectonics, heavy rain, and the cross section of nightmares: "For an Appalachian Valley and Ridge guy, looking at this structural style is really interesting."
By @vtgeosciences in #AGUblogs
https://t.co/E7LUGtXVnY

“We were expecting to find a more consistent relationship between temperature and crime, but we weren’t really expecting that relationship to be changing over the course of the year. That ended up being a pretty big revelation for us.”
News out of #AGUpubs
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This week’s 100 Facts & Figures travel back 66 mil yrs to the asteroid impact event @Chicxulub. Drilling expeditions & core research help scientists build a greater understanding of the event that signaled an abrupt change to the Cretaceous period. #AGU100 https://t.co/3PfnFjt1lr

🚨Nerd alert🚨 My Mg and Ca earrings arrived today. I’ll be sporting these at #AGU18 of course 🤓

In #AGUpubs GeoHealth: Current and future disease burden from ambient ozone exposure in India.
https://t.co/0H2cDSHlNL

Proud that @theAGU 's TEX program was highlighted in Science & the Media Project's article "The Scientist as Civic Partner” for building “new research models that treat communities as partners rather than research subjects." @PACEfunders @PublicAgenda

The Scientist as Civic Partner – Infogagement – Medium

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Submit an abstract by 14 November for a late-breaking #AGU18 session on the 2018 Mw 7.5 Sulawesi Indonesia #earthquake: tsunamigenic potential of strike slip faults. https://t.co/U2BbW11bHG

“We keep collecting more and better data all the time. Ten years ago a single mission would produce about 400Gb of data, now it’s a terabyte. With the low altitude survey system that’s about a terabyte a day.”
By @SchmidtOcean at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/XC260xV82W

Study sheds light on why a warmer world may equal a wetter Arctic.
Via @UBScience @UBuffalo and #AGUpubs
https://t.co/RKkXqPj6Qh

Pescadero Vent Diving — Week One Video.
Bt @SchmidtOcean at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/tOytU0PTML

If you are convening an #AGU18 oral session and a speaker withdraws their abstract, here are the instructions to replace their talk with someone from your poster session.

After 2.5 years of research and five data sets, I'm proud to say that my first paper is out today in @theAGU #GeoHealth! Quick summary: warmer winter weather leads to higher levels of crime. Read more about how #ClimateChangesHealth:

The Cloud That Appears on Top of The Most Dangerous Storms.
By @wildweatherdan at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/LZDYksbjV9

Tectonics, heavy rain, and the cross section of nightmares: "For an Appalachian Valley and Ridge guy, looking at this structural style is really interesting."
By @vtgeosciences at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/E7LUGtXVnY

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