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Active Message Threads for February 2019

*SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES @ GEORGIA TECH* Atmospheric Science, Oceanography, and Geosciences Atlanta, GA – May 19 to July 26, 2019 https://easreu.eas.gatech.edu/ Do you have an interest in researching world environmental problems? * Are you interested in helping society determine strategies for adapting to and mitigating climate change? * Do you have any interest in any of the following science areas: i) Atmospheric Chemistry, … [more]
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We invite applications from graduate students, postdocs and early-career scientists to participate in an NSF-funded seismic research experiment aboard the R/V Marcus G. Langseth focused on the Emperor seamount chain. This project will involve the collection of 2D multi-channel seismic reflection data and wide-angle reflection/refraction data along two main transects across and along the Emperor seamount chain to constrain the composition, volume and distribution of magmatic addition beneath the… [more]
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Dear IRIS Early Career Colleagues, The National Research Council of the National Academies is conducting a “decadal” study on Catalyzing Opportunities for Research in the Earth Sciences (CORES) for NSF’s Division of Earth Sciences. The purpose of the CORES study is to: (1) identify a concise set of high-priority scientific questions for the next decade, (2) assess infrastructure needed to address these questions, and (3) determine opportunities for greater collaboration with other NSF division… [more]
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