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Did three convicts survive their escape from Alcatraz? Modern modeling adds to a decades-old mystery
Earth Magazine

New theory behind 1962 Alcatraz prison break

A scientific gathering like the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union seems an unlikely place to discuss a legendary prison break, but three Dutch scientists came with a new theory about the escape from Alcatraz, made famous in the 1979 ... Austin American Statesman, 2 months ago
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Inhabitat, 1 month ago

Nominations for 2015 AGU Journalism Awards Accepted thru March 15

The world's largest organization of Earth and space scientists, the American Geophysical Union, is accepting nominations for its 2015 journalism awards through 15 March 2015. This year, AGU plans to present the three awards listed below. The ...
 SpaceRef1 week ago International Science Organization Makes Research More Accessible to the Public  Industrial Info Financials1 month ago Richard Harris, science writer at NPR, to speak at Virginia Tech April 1  Noodls2 days ago Loyola Earns Prestigious Baby-Friendly Designation  Infrosoft1 month ago
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Union of Concerned Scientists

Four Ways Scientists Can Give Good Answers to Bad Questions

This post originally appeared on the American Geophysical Union's Plainspoken Scientist blog . One of the reasons I love working with scientists is that they tend to be very direct. Ask a question: get an answer. Sometimes the answer is a little ...
 Union of Concerned Scientists1 week ago Importance of Earth Science Recognized in President's Budget Proposal  Reuters3 weeks ago Open Positions at American Geophysical Union | American Geophysical Union  Associations Now Magazine1 month ago It's Time to Reach Across the Aisle and Talk about Science  Reuters1 month ago
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Stuff.co.nz

Christchurch life: A geology student's story

: At a fun run in San Francisco after a talk on the Canterbury earthquakes at the American Geophysical Union conference in 2011. Right now, thousands of school leavers around New Zealand are enrolling in university for the first time.
 Stuff.co.nz1 month ago Shaken back down to earth  The Press NZ1 month ago Christchurch life: Quake brings geologist down to earth  The Press NZ1 month ago
Digital Journal

NASA's Voyager 1 is riding a huge cosmic tsunami

NASA scientists presented these latest findings at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco on December 15. "Most people would have thought the interstellar medium would have been smooth and quiet," study researcher Don Gurnett, ...
 Digital Journal2 months ago Voyager 1 experiencing 'tsunami wave', beyond the solar system  Indian Mirror2 months ago Voyager 1 buffeted by "tsunami wave", 19.5 billion kms away from Earth  Indian Mirror2 months ago Interstellar Space: NASA Voyager in Midst of Tsunami Wave  Scientific Computing2 months ago
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Environmental Monitor

All our stories from the AGU 2014 Fall Meeting

The American Geophysical Union's 2014 Fall Meeting in San Francisco wraps up today. We didn't make it, but we did get a chance to talk to a few of the scientists about their posters and presentations in the weeks before the event. Here's a roundup ...
 Environmental Monitor2 months ago PNNL to share variety of research at 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting  News-Medical.Net2 months ago

Secretary Jewell to Deliver Keynote Address at American Geophysical Union Conference

SAN FRANCISCO, CA On Thursday, December 18, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell will offer keynote remarks at the Union Agency Lecture of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Conference. Secretary Jewell will discuss the role that ...
 US Department of the Interior2 months ago
Tech Times

Katrina-Size Hurricanes Could Pummel New England More Often

East coast of North America was hit by many Category 3 and Category 4 hurricanes centuries ago, researcher find. With climate change, they could come roaring back, they say. (Photo : NOAA) Katrina-sized hurricanes regularly hit North America's ...
 Tech Times2 weeks ago Monster Hurricanes That Once Plagued East Coast May Return  NBCNews.com2 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Nuclear-arms to be used to blast asteroids?

American researchers are looking into the possibility of using nuclear weapons to protect Earth from the threat of incoming asteroids. Scientists at Los Alamos, the US government’s atomic weapons research centre in New Mexico, say that the threat of an ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Nuclear weapons to blast dangerous asteroids?  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Farmers and unions question scheme which provides drilling funding to mining companies

Unions and farming groups in Western Australia say it is time to take a hard look at a scheme which provides drilling funding to mining companies. Established under the Royalties For Regions program, the Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS) cost ...
 ABC Online2 months ago
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