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21 December 2016

The hard ideas (science) of big fast waves (tsunamis) explained simply

One last cartoon from Miles Traer: “Inspired by the up-goer five comic from XKCD where I try to explain tsunami science using only the 1,000 most commonly used words in the English language and the AGU Fall Meeting 2016 session NH51D: Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science.”

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15 December 2016

Cartoon: The Food Lover’s Guide to Volcanoes

Magma chamber meets the pantry.

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Cartoon: What I say vs. what they hear

Dry scientific descriptions can be so…terrifying!

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Cartoon: Similar, yet totally different

How the surface of Venus is like the ocean…or not.

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14 December 2016

Cartoon: Abbott & Costello explain the early Martian atmosphere

So, who’s on Mars?

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Cartoon: Recreating the hydrothermal soup of life

Recreating adorable life on Earth and elsewhere.

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Cartoon: Lightning Coffee

FLASH! BOOM! SCIENCE!

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13 December 2016

Cartoon: Scientist Inge Lehmann

By Miles Traer   Stanford University postdoc Miles Traer, once again, is cartooning from the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco. Follow him on Twitter @Geo_Miles

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Cartoon: Ancient Romans have invaded #AGU16

Yes, it involves a tardis.

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12 December 2016

Cartoon: Sharing science — aggressively

Sharing science is good.

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