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Dr Robbi Bishop-Taylor
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Sotiris Valkaniotis Jul 18
Surface rupture and relative co-seismic right-lateral movement on the main fault trace of the Mw 7.1 . Images Google Earth & DigitalGlobe (2018-2019).
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Dan Ciarletta Jul 19
In 1885, the U.S. Coast Survey co-charted surveys at Sandy Hook, New Jersey dating back to 1685. In support of 's work, I digitized those surveys, providing a window into Sandy Hook's long-term evolution. Source info:
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NASA Earth Jul 6
, harnessing 30 years of data, researchers from Geoscience Australia recently created the first three-dimensional model of ’s changeable intertidal zone.
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Stefano Puliti Jul 18
Structure from Motion (+ ) is being increasingly used in 🌲 see our latest review paper for a comprehensive overview on the in , including , and more:
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Environmental Water Jul 18
We Peli-can’t believe the has made it all the way to Brewarrina! The flow has now travelled over 1200km and is moving further downstream, continuing to help native fish and animals survive the drought. Update 5 is now live:
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Lockie McKinna 🚀🛰️🌏🌊 Jul 18
Happy Friday! Pleased to announce our latest paper has been published! While not as big as the moon landing, its still a one big leap towards improving our knowledge of uncertainties in data 🛰️🌏🌊
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Darryl Jones Jul 18
At last! Australia’s first ever guide to feeding birds safely and sustainably is almost here. A direct response to the enormous number of people who have been asking for advice and also those who said it’s impossible. We can feed Aussie birds properly!
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Rohan Fisher Jul 16
Timelapse of very a large fire burning through the south-west of the Top-End since mid-May captured using Sentinel-2 imagery. Over 4500km2 burnt so far. More NorthAust fire info:
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Dr Robbi Bishop-Taylor Jul 17
Replying to @EarthObserved
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Dr Robbi Bishop-Taylor Jul 17
Swirls of blue-green algae clearly visible in this amazing near-real time -B satellite image of Windamere Dam upstream of Mudgee in eastern Australia (9th July 2019) Interactive link:
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donnie Jul 16
The entire Apollo 11 computer code is available on , and it's incredible:
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Dr Robbi Bishop-Taylor Jul 16
is the best kind of day! Here's two of my favourites that live all around my family home: Eastern Small-eyed (Cryptophis nigrescens) and Stephen's Banded (Hoplocephalus stephensii)!
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Jules Farquhar Jul 15
Happy ! After a long night of looking for snakes, I came back to my room to find that the Glen Helen Lodge staff had captured the local Bredl’s Python and put it in a bag on my bed for me to photograph, with a map on where to release it. Talk about room service!!
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ABC News Jul 14
Byron Bay stripped of once-white sandy beach by erosion, lack of replenishing sand
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Tamarah King Jul 14
The not unexpected given historic seismicity >Mw 5.0. The NW coastline, including Broome, has a higher probable risk of experiencing shaking than a lot of the country ( 2018 seismic hazard map)
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Nicolas Jul 12
How many colours have ? I have been studying beach sand spectral properties in the VNIR range with field spectrometer lately.. but I just realized how colorful beach sand is as seen by our bare eyes!
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ParksAustralia Jul 11
To celebrate NAIDOC Week we are proud to share three traditional sea country stories from the Worimi People of the temperate east coast of NSW. These stunning interpretive artworks are by Melissa Lilley.
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Fabrice Deprez Jul 9
Weird and magnificent regional Russian flags featuring animals: a thread
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AMSA conference 2019 Jul 9
We organised a conference for 570 people without using plastic. Here's how it went via
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Matt Kerr Jul 10
showcasing a powerful way of investigating hotspots of coastal erosion, including a case study of just how much Fremantle's Port Beach has lost.
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