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Über die Nützlichkeit digitaler Helfer und mobiler Dienste Gestern hatte ich einfach Pech! Ich hatte fest geplant, an der Veranstaltung Critical Mass in Essen teilzunehmen. Wer das Event nicht kennt: Gemeint ist begrifflich die kritische … [...]
drip | david’s really interesting pages... [2016-09-09 16:25:52]
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For the past 48 hours (7th and 8th September-2016) an earthquake swarm took place in Tungnafellsjökull volcano. As earlier earthquake swarms this swarm has a small one, with only few dozen of earthquakes and the largest one only … Continue [...]
The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment is accepting applications until Sept. 15 for internship positions for the fall semester. Interns are staffed to one or more specific research projects depending on the background and interests of the [...]
The Lake Erie watersnake was once endangered in Ohio and threatened federally. But thanks to a nearly decade-long effort, the snake is thriving once again.
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GeoLog-The official blog of the European Geosciences Union [2016-09-05 15:46:20]
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Today’s featured image is a throw back to our 2016 General Assembly! Did you enjoy this year’s 619 unique scientific sessions and 321 side events at conference? Did you know that EGU members and conference attendees can play an active [...]
Hi everyone, my name is Jil Callaghan and I’m a 6th grade science teacher at Houck Middle School. I’ll be posting content for my students – who will be taught by Ms. Wright until my return in October – intermittently throughout the trip [...]
One of the rules of BlueSkiesResearch is that we do not go to conferences unless our expenses are paid. Rules are made to be broken of course, but it is quite a good test for whether the organisers of a meeting really want us, which in turn [...]
It's the weekend! That means everything proceeds as normal on board, except on-shore colleagues don't read their emails, we don't have video conferences with schools, and we have Very [...]
A new data buoy deployed in Oregon’s Suttle Lake is revealing key insights into its food web and helping officials better manage salmon stocks there.
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