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Dr Janine Krippner
Kiwi ''Volcanologist and smiter of ludicrous volcanological rumors'' - Forbes. PhD, MSc. I At the I AGU Voices for Science advocate
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 7
I know there are people who need to hear this: You are good enough. You are worthy. You are contibuting to your field. No one is above you. You deserve to be here ❤🌋 Pics by
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You've got this. Remember that so many people across all levels of experience get nervous about presenting their work. You're not alone and AGU is a lot of fun 😊
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 7
He studied block-and-ash flows too!
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 7
Tomorrow evening. Let the crazy begin!
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 7
Sure am! Can't wait to see you and tell you how great you are ❤
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 7
I know there are people who need to hear this: You are good enough. You are worthy. You are contibuting to your field. No one is above you. You deserve to be here ❤🌋 Pics by
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Popular Volcanics Dec 7
Episode 5 of Popular Volcanics is all about pyroclastic flows. Check out the conversation with , and Dr. Paul Ashwell while you make the journey to .
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 6
Replying to @gabbroguy
My dinner is more like an ice slurry lahar (smoothie).
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 6
Hey hazards folks, we have some incredible panel speakers and possible special guests for our session. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions online (which I can read out during the panel discussion). Come join us:
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Ken Hudnut Dec 5
This panel on Tues., 12/10 at 4:00-6:00 will include three great panelists and be co-convened & moderated by & & yours truly. It will be exciting to try the new panel format! First, we’ll hear from Caroline Francois-Holden of GNS Science...
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Ken Hudnut Dec 3
Replying to @theAGU
NH24A - ‘Centennial Overview: Status and Future of Natural Hazards Mitigation - A Case Study: Earthquake Science and Increasing Societal Resilience in the San Francisco Bay Area’ Tues., 12/10 4:00-6:00 Moscone West Rm. 2016 - panel format!
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 6
Thank you for listening
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Indujaa Ganesh Dec 6
This time on is a very exciting topic - pyroclastic density currents! Or as and call it - rocky clouds of death. Tune into listen about what PDCs are, how they form, how PDCs at Vesuvius and Unzen were different, and potential hazards!
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Dr Robin George Andrews 🌋 Dec 4
In 1975, scientists in Russia's Far East found a valley where an invisible killer quickly murdered anything that walked in and left no signs of injury or infection. The next day, the Soviet army showed up to steal some bear bits. Me, for .
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Dr Janine Krippner Dec 5
New podcast episode! We chat about pyroclastic flows this week 🌋
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Dr Janine Krippner Nov 29
I love that so much, thank you for sharing ❤
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Dr Janine Krippner Nov 29
Replying to @jessphoenix2018
I'm starting (and hopefully finishing) our poster today 😬
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Dr Janine Krippner Nov 27
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Øystein Lund Andersen Nov 26
Incandescence on the flank of volcano, Indonesia - earlier this morning 27th November. Photo:
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Dr Janine Krippner Nov 27
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