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CO2, Pits and Sand Furrows on Mars

Our new open access paper: Experiments On Sublimating Carbon Dioxide Ice And Implications For Contemporary Surface Processes On Mars L. E. Mc Keown, M. C. Bourke & J. N. McElwaine, Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 14181 (2017) doi:10.1038/s41598-017-14132-2 Advertisements

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How to write Academic papers

Great advice for writing papers: C-C-C content-context-conclusion.

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PhD opportunity in Natural Flood Management

Nature-based approaches to flood management Department of Geography, School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin. NOTE: The deadline for receipt of 1st phase applicants is October 20th 2017 There have been several severe flood events in Ireland in recent years … Continue reading

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Post Doc opportunity (Landslides)

Improved Management of Climate & Environment Risks through the automated detection of landslides Applications CLOSED Send indication of interest (short email with 2 page CV) to bourkem4 [at] ASAP

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Storm Desmond Flood in Ireland

*Teagasc have compiled a map of flooded areas from the 2014 storms. See the flood inundation map viewer here

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Check it out: Planetary Cakes

I’ve always wanted to try to bake one of these but never knew where to start. This site has video that helps you build scientifically accurate representations of the subsurface on Jupiter and Earth (from the outer atmosphere down through the crust, … Continue reading

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Irish Geomorphology Group Workshop

The Earth and Planetary Surface Processes Group recently attended the annual Irish Geomorphology group (IGGy) Meeting in Cork.

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