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Durham Volcanology Dec 5
Want to do an MSc in ? New projects on offer here:
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Christianne Smith Feb 20
🌋 Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador is showing signs of 'potential collapse,' researchers say 📚 🌎
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Luca Caricchi Jun 19
Teaching/research position in and at the University of Geneva: Come and join our group!
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Ken H Rubin Feb 17
Koko Crater, aka Kohelepelepe, a basaltic tuff cone reaching 1208 ft in East Oahu, sits on one of the major vents of Koko rift zone volcanism 80,000 years ago. it is a tall structure with complex tephra deposition patterns, as seen in the road cut.
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José L Ben 22 Feb 19
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Ken H Rubin Jun 13
story of the day - live ling and prosper: CNN: NASA orbiter spots 'Star Trek' symbol on Mars. It was formed by the impression in ancient lava of a former sand dune.
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Earth Observatory SG Jun 20
Does Asst. Prof Benoit Taisne think that a career in is an outlandish choice? Find out in our third instalment of .
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ErrantScience 9 Apr 19
For anyone curious what being a volcanologist involves here's a one panel guide to Volcanology
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Sarah Sheffield 20 May 19
I have an awesome student looking for grad programs in ! Any recommendations for great advisors?
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Kirstie Wright Feb 4
Back home from visiting and with a bit of digital magical, I’ve stitched together some of my photos to create a short film of one of the eruptions! 🌋
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Paige dePolo 17 Jan 19
Very, very, exciting job opportunity in for a field-focused specializing in , geology or ! Application deadline: March 1, 2019.
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Alaska AVO Mar 27
OTD in 2016, Pavlof Volcano, at the SW end of the Peninsula began erupting with little warning at about 4pm local time. Photo courtesy Colt Snapp, flying to Anchorage from Dutch Harbor. Find out more about the eruption at
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Ilan Kelman May 17
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Luca Caricchi Jul 12
Our very own Prof. Costanza Bonadonna addressing the community summarising 100 years of numerical modelling
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Davie Brown Dec 16
A selection of fine ignimbrites spied on my cycling trip.
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Hugh Tuffen 30 May 19
Our MSc students are having fun in the labs for their research projects - here's Christie Burton heating Cordón to 1300 C to investigate phenocryst melting, and Marien Botte mapping H2O in Icelandic melt inclusions.
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Dr Natasha Dowey 4 Mar 19
My Geoscience career (so far!), in two epic cartoons. gave me plenty of today!
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IAVCEI ECR-Net 17 Apr 19
friends, this is one to gently slide on your supervisor's desk: towards healthier labs. Let's spell them out:
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micROCKScopica Sep 27
MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Sept 6-10 2020 EMC KRAKOW. See you there! Among all the others, there'll be a great session on (U)HT metam and granite genesis.
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Elaine Smid 29 Mar 19
I love a great - crossover! New idea of how the people at Herculaneum *really* died in the AD 79 Vesuvius eruption. I was just there last Sept during the field trip--incredible. Sites like this motivate many of us to study deadly volcanic hazards.
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