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Bartosz Kurjanski May 17
Super happy and honoured to be the recipient of the Outstanding Student Poster and PICO (OSPP) award for my poster at . It seems that ice-contact deltas truly are cool! Some pics of cool sediments and less cool me below.
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Phoebe Morton May 22
It may have taken a while to get to this, but having been dared by to share my first poem coming out of the "Rhyme your Research" session, I thought I should... Presenting: My Research Is... 1/4
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Louise Arnal Apr 15
Reflections of in drawings.
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IAPG Geoethics May 22
Susanne Schneider-voss speaks about the poster on the Ethics Platform of the BOKU University in Vienna, presented at the session on (): See the video in the IAPG YouTube Channel:
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Serena Ceola Apr 24
Just received! This lovely picture goes back to 2 weeks ago at after the Award Ceremony with my mentors and Enrico Bertuzzo
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Bailey Lathrop Apr 14
Does your heart ever just burst with pride because your best girlfriends SLAYED their presentations?
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Dr. Meghan S. Miller Apr 28
13 flights. 3 countries. 5 cities. 2 conferences. 5 presentations. 2 sessions chaired. 1 PhD defense. 1 board meeting. (Visiting family and traveling with a 3 yo for most of it). All in 3 weeks. Now home. Aaaaahhhhh and goodnight. ๐Ÿ’ค
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Kristian P. Nielsen Apr 12
Quote of the day from glaciologist Andrea Fischer: "I think it is time for us to find new fields [of science] to work on, as the glaciers are disappearing." : :'-(
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Plastisphere Podcast Apr 12
Where does all the plastic go? Only a tiny fraction can be found at the ocean surface. โ€žWe need to get a deeper view,โ€œ says . So used a computer model to search for the missing 99%, and took a first look.
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Susana Apr 12
Happy to see that I'm not the only one fond of jupyter notebooks
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Dr Vittoria Lauretano Apr 13
Best moment at : A PhD student told me he has my thesis on his desk and checks it often! Someone else read it!!!
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Caroline Clason Apr 14
Thanks , this is a much better representation of what we presented at and I appreciate the article being updated. ๐Ÿ‘ It's important to communicate science widely, but we also need the media to help us do that responsibly! via
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Christine Y. Chen ๐ŸŒŽ Apr 15
Home & thinking about 's words at : "We must acknowledge that science is political. Science is the pursuit of knowledge. Knowledge is power. Power is politics. Who pursues knowledge & who doesn't, where science is done & what resources are had, are all political."
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Olivia Trani May 6
I've rounded up some of the many cool/unique/compelling studies presented at ! Highlights include massive earthquakes, the quest for the oldest ice, deadly heat, and more via
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Muzirafuti Anselme 23h
Our poster presented at now available online
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SISAL working group Apr 12
It was a very successful PICO session! Thank you all for coming to see our work even on a Friday afternoon ๐Ÿ˜€
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Itxaso Ruiz Apr 11
Lots of unexpected encounters and interesting discussions at the Hopefully see you all again next year!
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Dr. Marco Meschis Apr 11
Poster is up. If you want to know which fault produced the most damaging and deadliest Eq in Europe last century, the 1908 Messina Eq (Mw 7.1), come and have a look to my poster.
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Dan Parsons ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ Apr 13
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Caroline Clason Apr 12
Nothing says welcome home to Plymouth more than the taxi driver saying "Alright my lover" ๐Ÿ˜‚ Laters , until next time!
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