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Congrats to @StKiliansDS team Roan Batard, Ethan McQuaid & Marilou Gerbelot-Barillon on winning the Group 2nd place in Physical, Chemical & Mathematical Sci at @BTYSTE lfor their project: 'What makes Dublin shake?' @dias_geophysics were delighted to support you with your project! twitter.com/NBourgeois_Pro…

With support from the @GeolSurvIE , €1.5m is being invested to expand and upgrade the Irish National Seismic Network (insn.ie) New funding will result in more stations, greater coverage & more accurate recording of earthquakes in Ireland. tinyurl.com/yb6ho2cp

A seismometer has just been deployed on the surface of Mars! " This was the first time a science instrument had ever been placed onto the surface of another planet" For more info tinyurl.com/y7amv9qo

Our own Prof. Sergei Lebedev has been listed as one of the top 100 scientists making the world a better place! For more info' on his project check out sea-seis.ie and also Prof. Chris Bean's imarl.ie #deepoceanlistening tinyurl.com/ybd2hgo8

Dr. Duygu Kiyan recently presented her work at the AGU Meeting in Washington, USA. Along with her colleagues, she is imaging Ireland's lithosphere using legacy and newly acquired magnetotelluric data across Ireland. @iCRAGcentre @DIAS_Dublin @GeolSurvIE @tcdastro

test Twitter Media - Dr. Duygu Kiyan recently presented her work at the AGU Meeting in Washington, USA. Along with her colleagues, she is imaging Ireland's lithosphere using legacy and newly acquired magnetotelluric data across Ireland. @iCRAGcentre @DIAS_Dublin @GeolSurvIE @tcdastro https://t.co/QkwfPl8JdE

Our visiting guest, Professor John McCloskey @EdinburghUni spoke to @NewstalkFM @SeanMoncrieff this afternoon about the unpredictability of volcanoes! Don’t miss his talk tonight - 6.30pm @TCD_physics, organised by @dias_geophysics. Full details: bit.ly/2AqmORP

"Forecasting the Unpredictable: Earthquake science in a crowded world" by Prof. John McCloskey is DIAS's 2018 Statutory Public Lecture of the School of Cosmic Physics. Schrodinger Theatre, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin, Wednesday Dec 12th at 18:30. Admission is free!

test Twitter Media - "Forecasting the Unpredictable: Earthquake science in a crowded world" by Prof. John McCloskey is DIAS's 2018 Statutory Public Lecture of the School of Cosmic Physics. Schrodinger Theatre, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin, Wednesday Dec 12th at 18:30. Admission is free! https://t.co/vQhCqhnnL4

To know more about the marine geophysics research conducted here in @dias_geophysics check out imarl.ie for #deepoceanlistening and also Sergei's project sea-seis.ie on the deployment of seismometers in the North Atlantic this summer. @10Things_ToKnow

Prof. Chris Bean and Dr Sergei Lebedev from @dias_geophysics @DIAS_Dublin join @jonathan_mccrea to look at Irish seabed research - 8.30pm @RTEOne - @GeolSurvIE tonight on @10Things_ToKnow

test Twitter Media - Prof. Chris Bean and Dr Sergei Lebedev from @dias_geophysics @DIAS_Dublin join @jonathan_mccrea to look at Irish seabed research - 8.30pm @RTEOne - @GeolSurvIE tonight on @10Things_ToKnow https://t.co/SA64ZStbWg

The field season of the DIAS led HERSK project started last week when Icelandic Met Office engineers transported seismic gear with skidoos onto Hekla volcano. The HEkla Real-time Seimic networK project is funded by the GSI shortcall program and led by Martin Möllhoff at DIAS.

test Twitter Media - The field season of the DIAS led HERSK project started last week when Icelandic Met Office engineers transported seismic gear with skidoos onto Hekla volcano. The HEkla Real-time Seimic networK project
is funded by the GSI shortcall program and led by Martin Möllhoff at DIAS. https://t.co/vJprapBfUx
test Twitter Media - The field season of the DIAS led HERSK project started last week when Icelandic Met Office engineers transported seismic gear with skidoos onto Hekla volcano. The HEkla Real-time Seimic networK project
is funded by the GSI shortcall program and led by Martin Möllhoff at DIAS. https://t.co/vJprapBfUx
test Twitter Media - The field season of the DIAS led HERSK project started last week when Icelandic Met Office engineers transported seismic gear with skidoos onto Hekla volcano. The HEkla Real-time Seimic networK project
is funded by the GSI shortcall program and led by Martin Möllhoff at DIAS. https://t.co/vJprapBfUx

The DIAS geophysics team along with their colleagues successfully deployed the seismic network in this unique, natural laboratory in the Galapagos.

test Twitter Media - The DIAS geophysics team along with their colleagues successfully deployed the seismic network in this unique, natural laboratory in the Galapagos. https://t.co/oLjbGdfhtB
test Twitter Media - The DIAS geophysics team along with their colleagues successfully deployed the seismic network in this unique, natural laboratory in the Galapagos. https://t.co/oLjbGdfhtB
test Twitter Media - The DIAS geophysics team along with their colleagues successfully deployed the seismic network in this unique, natural laboratory in the Galapagos. https://t.co/oLjbGdfhtB
test Twitter Media - The DIAS geophysics team along with their colleagues successfully deployed the seismic network in this unique, natural laboratory in the Galapagos. https://t.co/oLjbGdfhtB

This inflation has critically stressed the rocks in the volcano, such that small local earthquakes are being triggered by the tiny ground shaking from large distant earthquakes in the surrounding Pacific ‘ring of fire’.

test Twitter Media - This inflation has critically stressed the rocks in the volcano, such that small local earthquakes are being triggered by the tiny ground shaking from large distant earthquakes in the surrounding Pacific ‘ring of fire’. https://t.co/ybZ9ug8eTc

Recent ascent of magma to shallow levels in the volcano has caused more than one metre of uplift of the volcano’s surface and thousands of small earthquakes.

test Twitter Media - Recent ascent of magma to shallow levels in the volcano has caused more than one metre of uplift of the volcano’s surface and thousands of small earthquakes. https://t.co/LFvUFLlYwR

The fundamental aim of this international collaboration is to improve our understanding of how earthquakes can trigger one another by studying the seismicity at Sierra Negra.

test Twitter Media - The fundamental aim of this international collaboration is to improve our understanding of how earthquakes can trigger one another by studying the seismicity at Sierra Negra. https://t.co/hQCr1LoAkp

Geophysicists from DIAS have recently assisted the University of Edinburgh & the Instituto Geofisico at the Escuela Politecnica Nacional (IGEPN), deploy a network of seismometers at Sierra Negra, a large basaltic volcano in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.

test Twitter Media - Geophysicists from DIAS have recently assisted the University of Edinburgh & the Instituto Geofisico at the Escuela Politecnica Nacional (IGEPN), deploy a network of seismometers at Sierra Negra, a large basaltic volcano in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. https://t.co/yfad9nZIws

#DIASDublin welcomed Mr. Yukiya Amano, DG of the International Atomic Energy Agency @iaeaorg today where, as a guest of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, he gave a keynote address on "IAEA: Atoms for Peace and Development". Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Prof. Chris Bean describing the new Ocean Bottom Seismometers at the iMARL launch to @k_verbruggen of @GeolSurvIE @SeanKyneTD and Mark Ferguson of @scienceirel

test Twitter Media - Prof. Chris Bean describing the new Ocean Bottom Seismometers at the iMARL launch to @k_verbruggen of @GeolSurvIE @SeanKyneTD and Mark Ferguson of @scienceirel https://t.co/LG6CcHK3KY

DIAS took delivery of 18 ocean bottom seismometers this morning as part of the iMARL project funded by @scienceirel and support from @GeolSurvIE #deepoceanlistening

test Twitter Media - DIAS took delivery of 18 ocean bottom seismometers this morning as part of the iMARL project funded by @scienceirel and support from @GeolSurvIE #deepoceanlistening https://t.co/EX8IEud2Ow
test Twitter Media - DIAS took delivery of 18 ocean bottom seismometers this morning as part of the iMARL project funded by @scienceirel and support from @GeolSurvIE #deepoceanlistening https://t.co/EX8IEud2Ow

The seismic event in Wales this afternoon was recorded on our national seismic network. @GeolSurvIE insn.ie/2018-02-17-m4-…

Tonight!!! Learn about the past & present of live earthquake monitoring @dias_geophysics #ScienceWeek bit.ly/2hzGU3z

test Twitter Media - Tonight!!! Learn about the past & present of live earthquake monitoring @dias_geophysics #ScienceWeek https://t.co/MsYcITNLac https://t.co/pWtbTgc3Pu
test Twitter Media - Tonight!!! Learn about the past & present of live earthquake monitoring @dias_geophysics #ScienceWeek https://t.co/MsYcITNLac https://t.co/pWtbTgc3Pu