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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

Happy #EarthDay21! Lets take care of it together 🌎♥️ Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

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Did you know that in Roman mythology, Tellus was the goddess of the #Earth? Happy #EarthDay #EarthDay2021 @GeolSurvIE Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

For #EarthDay #EarthDay2021 here are some of the areas that iCRAG researchers are contributing to making our society more sustainable icrag-centre.org/research/resea… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Latest iCRAG publication: "How deep ocean-land coupling controls the generation of secondary microseism Love waves" by Florian LePape and Chris Bean of @dias_geophysics from @NatureComms nature.com/articles/s4146… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Calling all #EarlyCareer members of the @NH_EGU! Don't forget your Division #ECS #networking event is today at 12.30 CEST! Login and join: meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/meetingp… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Are you interested in taking part in #FameLab this year, but not sure what the competition is like? Why not sign up to one of our FREE FameLab briefings, led by our wonderful alumni, to get a taste of what's in store! Registration links on page below: britishcouncil.ie/famelab/enter-… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

All you need is Love! (to better understand the interactions that couple ocean processes to the solid Earth) #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/NatureComms/st…

"Protecting the Night Sky at Dunsink: Dublin’s Dark Sky Reserve for the Stars" dunsink.dias.ie/lightpollution/ Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

The DIAS Geophysics Section are pleased to announce today's publication of: "How deep ocean-land coupling controls the generation of secondary microseism Love waves" #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/dias_geophysic… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

"Knowing more about Love waves present in the seismic noise is not only beneficial for a better imaging and monitoring of the Earth, from large faults to volcanoes, but it also brings further insights on the relationship between seismology and ocean climate observations."

test Twitter Media - "Knowing more about Love waves present in the seismic noise is not only beneficial for a better imaging and monitoring of the Earth, from large faults to volcanoes, but it also brings further insights on the relationship between seismology and ocean climate observations." https://t.co/CJcAY1HYwu

"Over the past 15 years, ocean waves induced seismology has significantly impacted our understanding of the Earth." dias.ie/2021/04/20/dia… #DIASdiscovers

Wind-driven ocean waves generate continuous Earth vibrations that are observed all around the world. This study investigates the origin of seismic Love waves induced by ocean waves, bringing new insights on the complex interactions that couple ocean processes to the solid Earth.

New open accesss article out today in @NatureComms on how deep ocean-land coupling controls the generation of secondary microseism love waves nature.com/articles/s4146… @DIAS_Dublin @Florian22769978 #DIASdiscovers

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This equipment can be used to detect offshore earthquakes and offshore storms, as well as noise in the ocean and biologically generated acoustic signals (e.g. from cetaceans) (3/3)

test Twitter Media - This equipment can be used to detect offshore earthquakes and offshore storms, as well as noise in the ocean and biologically generated acoustic signals (e.g. from cetaceans) (3/3) https://t.co/SbxH4xJ950

iMARL (Insitu Marine Laboratory for Geosystems Research) is a network of various types of ocean floor located sensors including Ocean Bottom Seismographs (OBS), broadband acoustic sensors, and sensors for measuring absolute water pressure & temperature at the ocean floor. (2/3)

test Twitter Media - iMARL (Insitu Marine Laboratory for Geosystems Research) is a network of various types of ocean floor located sensors including Ocean Bottom Seismographs (OBS), broadband acoustic sensors, and sensors for measuring absolute water pressure & temperature at the ocean floor. (2/3) https://t.co/mEhWbd0hQz
test Twitter Media - iMARL (Insitu Marine Laboratory for Geosystems Research) is a network of various types of ocean floor located sensors including Ocean Bottom Seismographs (OBS), broadband acoustic sensors, and sensors for measuring absolute water pressure & temperature at the ocean floor. (2/3) https://t.co/mEhWbd0hQz
test Twitter Media - iMARL (Insitu Marine Laboratory for Geosystems Research) is a network of various types of ocean floor located sensors including Ocean Bottom Seismographs (OBS), broadband acoustic sensors, and sensors for measuring absolute water pressure & temperature at the ocean floor. (2/3) https://t.co/mEhWbd0hQz

Happy #TechWeek2021! One of the ways DIAS is using pioneering tech in our research is with the marine monitoring equipment that makes up the iMARL pool (1/3) imarl.ie @DIAS_Dublin @RVMarineInst #DIASdiscovers #techweekirl

Was there today! Great to see the iconic hurler on the moon photograph with @hogg82 from @dias_geophysics featured twitter.com/rtenews/status… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Attending #vEGU21 #EGU21 this year? Want an interesting way to share your science? Let me Lego-fy it for you! I'm one of the @EuroGeosciences Artists in Residence and I want to turn your abstract into a Lego scene! Here's some I did last year! DM me if you're interested! 🧱😁 Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

La Soufriere volcano raised to alert level Red St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. – 6:30pm April 8th, 2021 - Scientists have observed a significant increase in activity at La Soufriere volcano which has prompted The Government of SVG to raise the volcanic alert level 1/7 Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics