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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

(Actually, the last two weeks, because we got busy and didn’t post last week. But we have good excuses, as Chris had his first PhD student pass his oral exams and proceed to candidacy and Anne had two papers accepted. Even better, we’ve got twice the Twitter-y goodness for you this week.) Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

Chris is back on Twitter finding lots of neat thing and Anne couldn’t avoid a couple of big water stories this week. Plus more! Continue reading

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

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Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

It’s time to dust off the blog, but let’s ease into it by renewing our committment to sharing all of the interesting things we see on Twitter every 7 days. Here’s a global roundup. Continue reading

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The pulse of the Earth’s surface

On the Earth, matter is always in motion. We all learn about the water cycle at school – the fact that, thanks to energy from the sun, and the Earth’s surface being in a temperature range where water can exist … Continue reading

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