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Blue sky thinking: explaining the enduring appeal of Weatherwatch
The Guardian
I have been Weatherwatch editor since 2013, during which time I've introduced Terrawatch, about earth sciences written by Ravilious, who is an earth scientist as well as a weather enthusiast. “In this column I try to communicate some of the geology ...


New Atlas

We Finally Know What That "Temporary Moon" Around Earth Is
Inverse
As we all know, Earth's best friend is the moon. But in 2016, a strange object seemed to pass close enough to our planet that scientists wondered whether or not it was a “temporary moon,” which have been observed in the past. After much speculation, we ...
Astronomers take a closer look at one of Earth's quasi-satellitesNew Atlas

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2017 School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology Open House
Hawaii News Now
On October 20 and 21, the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa will welcome thousands of school children and kids of all ages to its 14th biennial SOEST Open House. Exhibits will include ...


My Science Life: Scott Johnson, Director Of The School Of Earth & Climate Sciences University Of Maine
Science Trends
Welcome to the My Science Life feature of Dr. Scott E. Johnson, Professor of Tectonics and Structural Geology, and Director of the School of Earth and Climate Sciences at the University of Maine. My area of expertise would generally be classified as ...

 




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