Dr Melissa A Pfeffer & Dr Sara Barsotti from IMO carried out gas measurements in Reykjanes. Despite the ongoing seismic swarm for the last 24 hrs, no increase of gases was detected. Another field campaign is being prepared & the area is under strong surveillance. #EUROVOLC Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Grand day for a master class from Florian Le Pape on the @dias_geophysics ocean bottom seismometers. We'll be deploying these as part of the @iCRAGcentre survey led by Andy Trafford & Shane Donohoe @ucddublin to develop a fibre-optic approach for offshore site investigation Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Earthquake swarm began this morning close to Fagradalsfjall. An M5.7 earthq. occurred at 10:05 many aftershocks followed. Info will be updated when activity has been reviewed further. Activity is within the Reykjanes peninsula. Other locations of large earthquakes are unreliable. Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
The European Catalogue of #Volcanoes (volcanos.eurovolc.eu) has been updated! #EUROVOLC team has created a reliable source of #volcanological info, available on an interactive web-page. Features such as eruption search, #tephra database & event trees have been improved. Enjoy! Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Today marks the 'International day of Women and Girls in Science'. Below you can meet some DIAS's past and present women leading innovation and empowering women and girls across the world! Our CEO Eucharia Meehan will be chatting with @HeritageHubIRE later today on this topic Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
#Otd 1846: #Dublin's Robert Mallet, FRS, MRIA presented ‘The Dynamics of Earthquakes’ to @RIAdawson. This @tcdalumni geophysicist & civil engineer used dynamite explosions to measure the speed of elastic waves in surface rocks, pioneering & coining eg 'seismology' & 'epicentre'! Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
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SPREAD the WORD! Please check out the three new postdoctoral positions available in geothermal energy research at DIAS Geophysics. Applications open now, closing date 4th Feb 2021: https://t.co/i1ncMuaM2m@SEAI_ie @GeolSurvIE @DIAS_Dublin#DIASdiscovers #jobfairy pic.twitter.com/166AROemps— DIAS Geophysics (@dias_geophysics) December 23, 2020
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