Live from AGU – Day 2
I’m here for Day 2 of the AGU conference in San Francisco. Lots of exciting things are going on today.
Here are a few recent news stories fresh out of the conference.
–Fight over dinosaurs flares anew in San Francisco
–Global Warming Threatens Arctic Feedback Loops
–Global-warming study shows grim future for ski resorts
–Greenland, Antarctica, and Alaska melt at accelerating pace
–Leaks Found in Earth’s Protective Magnetic Field
–Lightning-Storm Gamma Rays Could Harm Air Travelers
–Looking for Extra-Terrestrial Life in all the Right Places
–New satellite data reveal impact of Olympic pollution controls
–Saturn’s moon has ‘ice volcanoes’
–Sun Induces Strange ‘Breathing’ of Earth’s Atmosphere
–Wind-Farm Problems Blowin’ In The Wind
Also remember, if you’d like to check out what other people are saying right now about AGU, check Twitter Search for ‘AGU.’
I just stopped by the exhibitors’ hall to check things out. Google has a phenomenal booth setup with computers running all sorts of visualizations in Google Earth (geologic maps, population density charts, number of hydroelectric dams per capita).
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