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UONnews 24m
The winner of Animate Daniel Johns will be announced at tonight's SOLD OUT session of . Stay tuned!
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Matthew Kelly 2h
Tom Farrell, a powerhouse of a man who achieved so much for the Hunter Region.
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Newcastle Herald 3h
Image encapsulates life of tireless community champion & man of principle Tom Farrell
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UONnews 4h
A big week for UON PhD students who met President during his visit to Newcastle.
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HBRmag Jul 29
The NeW Space Precinct is set to bring new life to the CBD
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UONnews 18h
Don't miss out on the Newcastle International Animation Festival this weekend. Tickets here:
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TomFarrell Institute 21h
All set up, ready for the Tom Farrell Biography book launch this evening. We're expecting nearly 200 guests at...
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UONnews 21h
Congratulations on tonight's 'Tom Farrell - Powerhouse of a Man' book launch.
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UONnews Jul 29
Professor Shin-Chan Han ends his in the sweetest manner.
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UONnews Jul 29
Australia's role in changing sea levels
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UONnews Jul 29
Australia is the smallest continent but has the biggest role in rising global sea levels and
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UONnews Jul 29
Geometry is being used to measure height changes in glaciers, showing elevation changes in recent times.
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UONnews Jul 29
There are emerging trends in global mass change due to large earthquakes worldwide.
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UONnews Jul 29
Alaska glacier is melting at a rate of 40km(3) per year. Greenland ice thinning at a rate of 345km(3) per year.
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UONnews Jul 29
Glacial ice melts, droughts and earthquakes are all having an impact on the earth's mass.
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UONnews Jul 29
There are emerging trends in global mass change between 2002 - 2014 caused by natural variability, & anthropogenic activities
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UONnews Jul 29
Volcanoes, melting of ice, atmospheric pressure, earthquakes, winds and tides all impact the physical shape of the earth.
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UONnews Jul 29
Now there is concern that the earth's physical figure is changing. A range of climactic factors are impacting the earth's shape.
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UONnews Jul 29
Bill Kaula was defined the earth's current shape in 1964. The geoid shape was determined in the 2010s from extensive surveys.
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UONnews Jul 29
The 'father of space geodesy' is Australian! William M Kaula. Worked in Space Geodesy at NASA Goddard.
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