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Geoblogosphere weekly review (17th week of 2023, 99 weeks ago)

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      How do scientists inform policy?

      Speaking of Geoscience [2023-04-19 18:44:18]   recommend this post  (280 visits)
      By GSA Science Communication Fellow Laura Fattaruso Have you ever wondered how you, as a scientist and GSA member, might be able to influence public policy? Scientists bring their expertise to bear on governance in many ways. Here’s a guide to [...]

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      Карри Блейк. Явленные сыны Божьи 02.05.19 часть 12

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      i movimenti del terreno ai Campi Flegrei visti con i dati radar satelitari del sistema di osservazione europeo EGMS

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      Dopo una fase di subsidenza seguita al sollevamento conclusosi nel 1986, dal 2005 la caldera flegrea è interessata da un sollevamento importante e continuo. Oggi, grazie ai radar InSAR montati su appositi satelliti, è possibile vedere questo [...]

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      First ‘Worlds at Waste’ Conference Takes an Interdisciplinary Look at Water in South Asia

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      Our Beautiful Planet: Photos from Columbia Climate School (2023 Edition)

      State of the Planet [2023-04-19 14:30:03]   recommend this post  (210 visits)
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       For a nice Spring, we need the Pacific plumes to hit the west coast directly.  The air then pushes out the cold.  That's what we had last week.  Now, it all looks listless.This is the snow and ice map.  We want most of that gone.Meanwhile, our [...]
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