• 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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How can we as scientific advocates work together to harness the power of the geosciences to benefit public good? Find out at the Geoscience and Society Summit, March 18-21 in Stockholm, Sweden. The early registration deadline is 30 January. https://t.co/npBI5EpUFO

https://t.co/uIfgMhQryn | Paper in @theAGU journal Water Resources Research by #PNNLSBRSFA collaborator Jesus Gomez-Velez shows "stream #turbulence plays an outsized but underappreciated role" in #hyporheic exchange and #biogeochemistry

In #AGUpubs GRL: Accelerated volume loss in glacier ablation zones of NE #Greenland, Little Ice Age to present. #Climate
https://t.co/Am6aDRgP2N

New paper by @psumeteo Profs. Didlake & Kumjian on an analysis of dual-pol #radar observations of #Hurricane Irma, out in @theAGU Geophysical Research Letters: https://t.co/Cvi7lpey0R
#science #tropical #cyclones
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“Benefits and costs of the dam are contingent […] on how the #downstream countries will adapt to the new #dam. This study presents a process for the countries to consider.” Wheeler et al. [2018] #OpenAccess #AGUPubs #WaterResResearch https://t.co/fDpKI2wbtv

Costa Rican Deep Sea Connections: Week 2 Video.
By @SchmidtOcean at #AGUblogs #CostaRica
https://t.co/nfXymgu6zk

"Osedax is a perfect example of how natural cycles can be subtle, yet indivisibly linked, because the way these animals take advantage of osseous [bone] matter is awe-inspiring."
By @SchmidtOcean at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/C5rAuGsvjF

In #AGUpubs GeoHealth -- Historical Expansion of [tick-borne] Kyasanur Forest Disease in India from 1957 to 2017: A Retrospective Analysis. #ticks
https://t.co/nTzqcxZANY

The Mapenduma Anticline, West Papua, New Guinea: “Wood-chipper” erosion along a tropical thick- skin mountain belt.
By @vtgeosciences at #AGUblogs
https://t.co/WTL2KmbSk7

Andy @Revkin writes in @InsideNatGeo how scientists partner w communities for w #ClimateChange #adaptation #resilience
See
@theAGU launched @ThrivingEarth ... for communities facing resilience issues ... with skills in ... #hydrology or #remotesensing

Once derided, ways of adapting to climate change are gaining steam

Recognition is spreading that communities need to build resilience to climatic and coastal threats even as the world seeks ways to curb emissions driv...

on.natgeo.com

Worth noting that as alpine glacier retreat continues, glaciers have not approached equilibrium, mean annual balances still declining. Direct obs. of mass balance from WGMS ref glaciers match well volume change records from more global assessments.
https://t.co/kBqpknZrkx

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