Our Lego scientists have been making the most of their time as they wait for the storm to pass. Matt is busy taking photos of the waves, Ben and Haleh are catching up on some work, Niamh is enjoying reading her book, and Erica is struggling to find her sea legs again. #AngryOcean Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
1/2 There was a slight change in the seismic tremor measurements at #Fagradalsfjall shortly before 4:30 am. Rhythm had been the same until then, approx. 10 min between magma jets. But this morning about half an hour passed between powerful magma jets. #eruption #Reykjanes Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Learn more about the SFI STEAM Art Collaboration and how to register here: rte.ie/learn/home-sch… @RTEjr @cormacgahon @aimeestapleton @ShevaunDoherty @connect_ie @EdDevane @LeroNews @mjamullins @iCRAGcentre @EoghanJDaly @DrMarkyC @Futureneuro_ie @Pharmabiotic @cristinareschke Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
I've really enjoyed serving as a judge for the @DIAS_Dublin 'Reach for the Stars' #astrophotography competition (sponsored by @helloalicepr). The online public vote is running until Sunday night. View all the beautiful shortlisted images & vote now! alicepr.com/featured/publi… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
The PORO-CLIM team is composed of researchers, post-doctoral & PhD students, marine technicians & engineers, and marine mammal observers from various universities, research institutions, and agencies. We're looking forward to introducing you to everyone over the next few weeks! Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
During a private visit to @DIASDunsink, Tánaiste @LeoVaradkar launched the online public vote to choose Ireland’s best astrophotography images received for our ‘Reach for the Stars’ competition. See all the entries and cast your vote now: dias.ie/astrophotograp… #DIASdiscovers Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Anyone interested in geothermal energy in Ireland? Yes IRELAND, that's not a typo. Visit our talk at #vEGU21 for info on low enthalpy geothermal, insights from seismic tomography and joint geophysical petrological inversions. meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/EGU21-53… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Register for @SEAI_ie Energy Show 2021 to hear @GeothermalAssoc briefing showcasing #geothermal #projects & news is Ireland @NSAI_Standards @iCRAGcentre @GsiGroundwater @dias_geophysics #GDGeosolutions @GroupSirus @TerraGeoServ @GEO4CIVHIC @MuseGeoera twitter.com/SEAI_ie/status… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Was a pleasure to welcome an Tánaiste to DIAS & Dunsink Observatory today. We're delighted he has an interest in the educational, research as well as recreational possibilities Dunsink offers. We look forward to working with him on these in the future. #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/LeoVaradkar/st… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
The urgency of bringing climate action to the forefront is a challenge which the creative sectors have a vital role to play in. Do you have a theatre, film or dance project which communicates this challenge? Apply for the Creative Climate Action fund: creativeireland.submit.com/show/1 Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
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