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Division of Earth Sciences Express Update - Fall 2018 Vol. 1

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October 29, 2018


EAR-funded Research in the News

VIDEO: AccuWeather in Alaska: Uncovering the Mysteries of Earthquakes
NSF EAR Cooperative Agreement 1261681

Movies For: A Visual Survey of Global Slab Geometries with ShowEarthModel and Implications for a Three-dimensional Subduction Paradigm
Univ. at Buffalo Institutional Repository
NSF EAR PF 1049545, EAR 1352879

Summer STEM Programs Provide Learning and Research Opportunities to Area Students Part 1 and Part 2
Rutgers News and Events
NSF EAR REU 1459228

Making Maps on a Micrometer Scale
Eos: Earth & Space Science News
NSF EAR 0319230, 1355590

UCI study: Reduced Sierra Nevada Snowmelt Runoff to Threaten California Agriculture
UCI News
NSF EAR PF 1725789

As Glaciers Retreat, Tsunamis May Increase
Cosmos: The Science of Everything
NSF EAR 1639643 , 1638898, 1639010, 1638931, 1638979, 1638434, CMMI 1650357, PLR 1043681, PLR 1559691

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