#shareEGU20 was a huge experiment & we are so grateful to everyone who participated in whatever way you could. Now we start to reflect on what happened & how we can learn from it.
We start by breaking it down: Sharing Geoscience Online - by the numbers.
New research published today in @NatureComms shows how seismic signals give early warning for subglacial floods.
Lead scientists Dr Eva Eibl & Prof Chris Bean expect that the work will help reduce risk to people in affected areas
One of the survey expeditions was affected by the tail end of Hurricane Helene in September 1988. The ship had to sit out the storm at sea.
The scientists and crew continued working once the storm had passed.
In the 80s and 90s, a research team from @DIAS_Dublin led by Prof Brian Jacob used seismic equipment to survey marine basins off the west coast of Ireland.
The findings formed a key part of the evidence which led to Irish territory expanding by a factor of 10!
Marine researchers are gaining new insights into our ocean activity after recovering seismometers from the Atlantic. The devices have been brought back to Galway after they were deployed two years ago | Read more: bit.ly/2YYp3JRRetweeted by