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PDR Position – Durham

WHAT? Postdoctoral Researcher on modelling global volatile cycling and mantle dynamics WHERE? Durham BY WHEN? 21st May 2016 DETAILS: We seek a postdoctoral researcher with geodynamical modelling experience to study the volatile exchange between the deep Earth and the exosphere…

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Post-Graduate Newsletter

Check out the new edition of the Post-Graduate Newsletter here.

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Geophysics profiles – the life of a freelance geophysicist

Check out the next geophysics profile! https://britgeophysics.org/richard-bowen-freelance-exploration-geophysicist/ What does it mean to be a geophysicist?

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Geophysics profiles – the life of an exploration mining geophysicist

Check out the next geophysics profile! https://britgeophysics.org/sarah-harvey-exploration-geo-2/ What does it mean to be a geophysicist?

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TIDES funding call

COST Action ES1401 – TIDES: Time Dependent Seismology Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM): Last-minute call for missions to be completed in 2015! Given residual availability of funds, COST Action ES1401 TIDES – Time Dependent Seismology invites further applications for Short…

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Geophysics Profiles – the life of a Volcanologist

Check out the first of our Geophysics profiles! https://britgeophysics.org/james-hickey-volcanology-postdoc/ What does it mean to be a geophysicist?

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Nepal earthquake – teachable moments

Here is the IRIS ‘Teachable Moments’ slide pack for the April 25th 2015 Nepalese earthquake:

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Lectureships at Durham University

The Department of Earth Sciences at Durham University is seeking talented and ambitious academics to fill two Lectureship vacancies. The Department has broad interests across the range of geosciences (see web link below). We encourage applications from candidates working in…

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Lava – beautiful footage

This is one of the most beautiful compilations of lava footage: This video can be found in its original form here.

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InSight landing site chosen!

The finalist ellipse marked within the northern portion of flat-lying Elysium Planitia is centred at about 4.5 degrees north latitude and 136 degrees east longitude. Read the article. JPL | News | Single Site on Mars Advanced for 2016 NASA…

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