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16 January 2018

Time Scavengers is a web community exploring Earth’s climate and life through deep time

What happens when two frustrated grad students set out to educate folks about science? Time Scavengers.

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12 January 2018

Science of Sharing Science discussion #1

Join us as part of the Sharing Science Network to talk about the science behind sharing your science.

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11 January 2018

Science of Sharing Science – let’s talk

We’re starting something new in Sharing Science. Join us!

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8 January 2018

Fall Meeting Follow-up: Congressional Science & Mass Media Fellow Luncheon

This post was originally posted on AGU’s science policy blog The Bridge   Are you a scientist interested in policy or journalism? Are you considering a career in policy or journalism? Did you sadly miss our event discussing our science policy and science writing fellowships? Well, you’re in luck! During Fall Meeting, AGU hosted its annual luncheon entitled “How to be a Congressional Science or Mass Media Fellow”. The event provided attendees the opportunity …

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5 January 2018

Oh, StoryMaps, where-to-from-here?

StoryMaps is a tool to tell geologic stories. Now it’s time for folks to engage and start using it! (Check out the previous two posts for background.)

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3 January 2018

StoryMaps ~ A tool for empowering decision makers and the public

Who’s using StoryMaps and how? (Wait, what are StoryMaps? See the previous post.)

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1 January 2018

State Geological Surveys using StoryMaps to tell geologic stories

How do you tell geologic stories? StoryMaps, that’s how.

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20 December 2017

Sharing Science at AGU17 – we had a blast

Fall Meeting was awesome.

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11 December 2017

The Ins and Outs of Drawing Exploding Meteors

By JoAnna Wendel  Asteroids! As with many of my comics, the most challenging aspect was representing movement. In this comic, the movement I had to depict was air moving through a meteor, and then that meteor exploding. I also had to draw a meteor disintegrating, which was especially challenging. For the air movement, I used blue arrows—I figured blue is commonly associated with air, and arrows are a good, simple …

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6 December 2017

WE HAVE A PODCAST!!!!

By Shane M Hanlon No need to bury the lead. We are very excited to announce that AGU now officially has its own podcast! Third Pod from the Sun is the American Geophysical Union’s podcast about the scientists and methods behind the science. These are stories that you won’t read in a manuscript or hear in a lecture. Our goal was to create a podcast that tells the human and personal …

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