• 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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The true meaning of life for a hydrogeologist….
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Cerro Tronador glaciers in Argentina retreat, Ventisquero Negro Galcier retreat leads to new lake development.
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Interdisciplinary Investigation of a New Hydrothermal Vent Field: Looking Through Three Eyes.
By @SchmidtOcean at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/k4pmwndhYU

Images and video of the aftermath of the Jinsha River landslide
By @davepetley at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/gUheTbTALy

If the Tunguska event was not from a heavenly body crashing into or exploding just above Earth, what was it? By @NedRozell at #AGUblogs https://t.co/IiN12q7URV

AGU needs your help! We are putting together a special Tribute at #AGU18 to former AGU Executive Director Fred Spilhaus. If you have any pictures or videos of Fred that you can share, please email AGU_Honors@agu.org. Thank you for your help!

While most students were enjoying a long weekend in mid October, a dedicated crew of New Mexico high school and university students spent four days trapping and taking genetic samples of freshwater turtles.
By @bempinitup @BosqueSchool at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/gXijkTTXSZ

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

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

Jinsha River landslide: breaching has started: "The authorities have succeeded in lowering the height of the dam to an impressive degree, greatly reducing the size of a potential flood."
By @davepetley at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/v1DPmUwQen

“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

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

Dying Fields and Mystery Rocks: "SuBastian’s cameras transmit images of countless tube worms and vast bacterial mats."
By @SchmidtOcean at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/PzLDUaKAoO

Powerful solar storm likely detonated mines during Vietnam War.
At #AGUblogs via #AGUpubs
https://t.co/mAiPQpBcX5

A dangerous, valley-blocking landslide in Jomda County, Tibet.
By @davepetley at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/5D0XqvRXuK

If the Tunguska event was not from a heavenly body crashing into or exploding just above Earth, what was it?
By @NedRozell at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/IiN12q7URV

AGU needs your help! We are putting together a special Tribute at #AGU18 to former AGU Executive Director Fred Spilhaus. If you have any pictures or videos of Fred that you can share, please email AGU_Honors@agu.org. Thank you for your help!

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