Relating Seismicity and Volcano Eruptions

Melissa Scruggs is currently earning her Ph.D. in volcanology. We know that earthquakes tend to coincide with volcanic eruptions, so what if we could use earthquakes to remotely predict the eruptions? This Eos article explains:

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Gunslingers of the Sea

Prosanta Chakrabarty studies ichthyology, specifically fishes & evolution. But we don’t think he ever looked into one of the loudest animals in the ocean. What if we told you that that animal is… a shrimp? Check out this Third Pod episode w/Joe Haxel to learn more:

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Chasing Narwhals, Unicorns of the Sea

Prosanta Chakrabarty studies ichthyology, specifically fishes & evolution. But we don’t think he ever looked into unicorns (of the sea, that is). Part of biologist Kristin Laidre’s job is to track down narwhals – not a bad gig. We talked to her about her job on Third Pod:

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Satellite Recon

As Director of the Earth Sciences division at NASA, Karen St. Germain oversees lots of satellites that collect data to help us better understand the Earth. The September 2020 issue of Eos highlights some of these projects.

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