Category Archives: geohazards

AGU Dispatches: Final Day and Final Thoughts

Unless you are presenting, the final day of a 5 day-conference can be a test of your intellectual fortitude: it can be tough to force your tired and stuffed-with-cool-new-science brain to take an interest in any more talks or posters. … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, conferences, earthquakes, geohazards, geology, geophysics, tectonics

AGU Dispatches: Earthquakes, Education and Edification

Another packed day, although for me, today was less about consuming science and more about both disseminating it, and learning how to teach about it. Nonetheless, I kicked off my morning in an interesting session on the links between short-term … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, conferences, earthquakes, geohazards, teaching

AGU Dispatches: Convergence, the Caribbean and Cosmic Impacts (not)

AGU is all about pacing yourself. If you want to make it to the end of the week without your brain exploding from an overload of new science, you need to give it some down time. It was for this … Continue reading

Categories: conferences, earthquakes, geohazards, palaeomagic

After the storm

It’s been quite a week. My home in northeastern Ohio got off lightly from “Superstorm” Sandy, compared to places closer to the Atlantic seaboard and in the Caribbean. But still, over 250,000 people lost power due to high wind, especially … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, geohazards, hydrology

Storm Comin’

If you live in the eastern 1/3 of the US and you haven’t started paying attention to Hurricane Sandy, today is THE day. This odd late-season storm is going to hit the northeastern and mid-Atlantic coast hard, having already stormed … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, conferences, geohazards, hydrology