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23 October 2019

Radio noise maps show where emergency communications could get tricky

Rather than riding in trucks to maneuver around the streets of Boston, the team got in their steps. They carried radiofrequency monitoring equipment in backpacks sporting a towering radio antenna, a recording device and an aluminum “radio-proof box” containing a laptop – a key feature to prevent the computer from contaminating their data. In total, the contraption weighed 15.4 kilograms (34 pounds).


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13 January 2010

At Nine Years Old, the Youngest FM09 Scientist!

Yesterday I got this letter in my inbox. It is truly amazing! Claire was also featured in a news story produced by the Bay Area’s ABC affiliate, KGO-TV. Hello from Claire Dworsky, the youngest scientist to have presented a poster at the 2009 AGU annual meeting in San Francisco. Yes, I am nine years old and I go to school in San Francisco, so it was easy for me to …


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