AGU on Twitter

A Twitter list by ‎@theAGU

  1. How is heat detected in the ocean? Find out via this plain-language abstract. @theAGU http://ow.ly/wTS650qtwEa 

  2. Research Spotlight: Looking into Earth’s past glaciation cycles can give clues to how planet’s climate fared when the it was warmer than today.

    By @ColoTravelGal, @CaballeroGill @hjdowsett https://eos.org/research-spotlights/southern-hemisphere-sediments-show-surprising-pliocene-cyclicity 

  3. To unearth the very first sediments to erode from the , a team of scientists drilled beneath the Bay of . https://eos.org/features/the-search-for-the-severed-head-of-the-himalayas 

  4. Sharing Science Retweeted

    *Communicating volcanoes: resources for media*
    Looking for volcanic processes, hazards, health, or terminology info? I have a list of trusted sites for media, useful for everyone, here: http://inthecompanyofvolcanoes.blogspot.com/2018/02/communicating-volcanoes-resources-for.html 
    List of official volcano agency accounts: https://twitter.com/janinekrippner/lists/official-volcano-accounts/members 

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  5. Far from tectonic plate boundaries, quakes still inflict widespread damage. Learn more online and in this month’s issue of Eos. https://eos.org/research-spotlights/ancient-faults-amplify-intraplate-earthquakes 

  6. AGU Science Policy Retweeted

    More than half of the newly elected @HouseDemocrats signed onto a letter calling for “robust funding” for U.S. research programs. @RepJoeNeguse @SeanCasten @MikeLevinCA @AGU_Eos @theAGU @AGUSciPolicy https://eos.org/articles/house-freshmen-democrats-urge-funds-for-climate-change-programs 

  7. Thriving Earth Retweeted

    This morning @ enjoyed sharing best practices and lessons learned from Resilience Dialogues re: catalyzing local action w/@adaptpros & @usgcrp & @ThrivingEarth. Check out the project at http://resiliencedialogues.org . @MeridOrg

  8. More than half of the newly elected @HouseDemocrats signed onto a letter calling for “robust funding” for U.S. research programs.

    By @RandyShowstack@RepJoeNeguse @SeanCasten @MikeLevinCA https://eos.org/articles/house-freshmen-democrats-urge-funds-for-climate-change-programs 

  9. Not strictly science (though ) but still a great examples of good .

  10. AGU's Eos Retweeted

    We are hiring! @AGU_Eos is looking for a Science Editor who will work with our scientist-authored manuscripts. A passion for translating science for a broad audience and coaching writers on communication techniques is a must. Apply here: https://jobs.agu.org/eos-science-editor/job/10994059 

  11. AGU's Eos Retweeted

    Policy is based on shared values. Science is based on shared facts, but scientists' devotion to getting the facts right is a shared value.
    Let’s Start Teaching Scientists How to Withstand Attacks on Fact https://eos.org/opinions/lets-start-teaching-scientists-how-to-withstand-attacks-on-fact#.XMHVU0hjvUE.twitter  @AGU_Eos

  12. AGU's Eos Retweeted

    “Continued tropical forest loss pulls the rug out from under efforts to stabilize the global climate.” @WorldResources @theAGU @AGU_Eos @AGUSciPolicy @globalforests https://eos.org/articles/global-tree-cover-loss-continues-but-is-down-from-peak-highs 

  13. Research Spotlight: Looking into Earth’s past glaciation cycles can give clues to how planet’s climate fared when the it was warmer than today.

    By @ColoTravelGal, @CaballeroGill @hjdowsett https://eos.org/research-spotlights/southern-hemisphere-sediments-show-surprising-pliocene-cyclicity 

  14. To unearth the very first sediments to erode from the , a team of scientists drilled beneath the Bay of Bengal. https://eos.org/features/the-search-for-the-severed-head-of-the-himalayas 

  15. How does ice cover in Svalbard related to NYC? Find out via this plain-language abstract! http://ow.ly/JujP50pSEzt  @theAGU