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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

A nice new collection of work on volcanic, earthquake, and landslide hazards from the nature group. Lots of interesting stuff here, including our recent paper on Sierra Negra with @GeosciencesEd, @volcano_dr, @IGecuador, @dias_geophysics, et al. twitter.com/NatureComms/st… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

A new #volcanic #fissure opened up yesterday noon, NE of Geldingadalir, where an #eruption has been ongoing since 19 March. #Magma is flowing at a rather fast pace from the ~200m long fissure to Merardalir valley #EUROVOLC #volcanichazard #volcanicrisk Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Which mechanisms drive the triggering of volcanic unrest? What role does changes in volcanic materials play? Novel ground motion measurements can help answer these questions. And so can you, in a @SPIN_itn PhD project at @dias_geophysics! Apply now: spin-itn.eu/esr41 Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

1942 Dr. Sheila Tinney of Galway Pioneering Irish mathematical physicist. Aged 23 she earned her PhD under future Nobel prize winner Max Born on "Stability in Crystals" Image credit: Tinney Family, Mathematics Ireland #Science #Ireland #Galway #History #Quantum .@DIAS_Dublin Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Our 1st speaker of the April 8th #ShakeMeetup is @seismotom! Thomas Lecocq is a #Seismologist at the Royal Observatory of Belgium who created the open source code to study the global decrease in seismic noise due to the past lockdown. ➡️ buff.ly/3vXYS4n Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

This is 1 year ago. That idea, on April Fools' Day... Less than 4 month later, the 76-author article was published online! What a year, damn 2020. The worst and the best! Science, our way! Sharing knowledge, codes, data... is THE way. I'm a f* open-scientist! Thanks to you all!❤ twitter.com/seismotom/stat… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

How is Tomorrow's Cities working to engage different stakeholders? How has the Covid-19 pandemic impacted our ability to engage? And what are we learning about what works and what doesn’t? Read this blog to see our MEL team's analysis: tomorrowscities.org/stakeholder-en… 📸@SIAS_Southasia Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

M2.6 & M2.3 earthquakes occurred this morning in the Rockall Trough. Confirmed by INSN operated by @dias_geophysics @DIAS_Dublin in co-operation with @GeolSurvIE . Details tinyurl.com/3csjumm2 @k_verbruggen @GeoSurveyNI #DIASdiscovers

test Twitter Media - M2.6 & M2.3 earthquakes occurred this morning in the Rockall Trough. Confirmed by INSN operated by @dias_geophysics @DIAS_Dublin in co-operation with @GeolSurvIE . Details https://t.co/D0wElyQOUh @k_verbruggen @GeoSurveyNI #DIASdiscovers https://t.co/mlATmJOApR

1933, Erwin Schrödinger Austrian-Irish physicist Éamon de Valera (himself a mathematician!) personally persuaded Schrödinger to join the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies in 1939. Image: Nobel foundation, Wikimedia Commons #physicist #Clontarf #dublinireland #DeOldify Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

1942 @DIAS_Dublin First row from left: Sheila Tinney, Pádraig de Brún, Paul Dirac, Éamon de Valera, Arthur Conway, Arthur Eddington, Erwin Schrödinger, Albert Joseph McConnell. Image: DIAS, Wikicommons #Ireland #Dublin #Science #History Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Sierra Negra—the basaltic caldera found on the Galápagos Islands—went through resurgence after eruption, a rarity for this type of volcano. Story by @Sarah_Derouin, research by @AndyFBell (@EdinburghUni & @GeosciencesEd), @volcano_dr (@PennState) et al. eos.org/articles/obser… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Time to get out your camera or phone, and look up to the heavens and see what you can capture 📸 Closing date for the @DIAS_Dublin Reach for the Stars competition is 2nd April. alicepr.com/featured/final… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

"Government approves landmark Climate Bill putting Ireland on the path to net-zero emissions by 2050." The case emissions reductions couldn't be clearer than in these visualisations. @EPAIreland @MetEireann @KOSullivanIT gov.ie/en/press-relea… youtube.com/watch?v=Rw6Bsa… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Did you miss the IOP Tyndall Lecture on Monday with @DIASAstronomy's @petertgallagher ? Great news it's now available on YouTube. #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/IOP_Ireland/st… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Activity is gradually increasing at #Etna's Southeast Crater, building up toward the 16th paroxysmal eruptive episode in little more than five weeks. Loud detonations audible in the southern sector of the volcano. View is from home in Tremestieri Etneo Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

#WorldMetDay is 23 March. The #Ocean, our #climate and #weather. The ocean drives climate and weather. It absorbs around 90% of excess heat trapped by C02. #ClimateChange makes it more vulnerable and hazardous. #OceanDecade Resources at bit.ly/2OTifKU Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics

Blue regions are at the lower limit and show quiescent periods. Red regions are at the high limit and signify active periods. #DIASdiscovers #WorldMetDay

Links can be seen between wave height and seismic amplitudes. Below are wave heights from Met Eireann's M6 buoy, seismic displacement from a seismometer in western Donegal (12km from the coast) and a spectrogram of the seismic data from April 2012. #WorldMetDay #OceanScience

test Twitter Media - Links can be seen between wave height and seismic amplitudes. 
Below are wave heights from Met Eireann's M6 buoy, seismic displacement from a seismometer in western Donegal (12km from the coast) and a spectrogram of the seismic data from April 2012.

#WorldMetDay #OceanScience https://t.co/rz6nqHdefH