NO EVERYTHING HAS NOT BEEN MAPPED. MAPS ARENT JUST WHERE PLACES ARE MAPS SHOW WHERE THINGS HAPPEN. AND NEW THINGS HAPPEN AND NEED TO BE MAPPED EVERY DAY. TRAFFIC. WEATHER. ELECTIONS. THE FASTEST ROUTE TO GEOGRAPHY 101. SPATIAL IS SPECIAL. EVERYTHING IS RELATED TO EVERYTHING ELSE—
"Graphic Design with #ggplot2" 👨💼👩💻🧑💻
Do you want to recap the 2-day workshop at #rstudioconf? Or do you feel sad you've missed it?
🔥 All course material incl. latest updates can be found on the workshop webpage—9 sessions, 760 slides, 314 ggplots!
Job alert: we’re hiring soon! Watch this space for new supervisory lead positions (4 positions at GS-13) opening up in the Data Science and Web Communications Branches @USGS_Water@twitter.com. 1/5
Great thread by @AlaskaWx@twitter.com about the challenges related to how the Arctic is defined and from what period the warming is calculated. It wasn't so straightforward and easy for us neither! 👇 https://twitter.com/AlaskaWx/status/1558153562458185728
Visualising #ClimateChange is important. But showing the less visible risks of #Heatwaves alongside captivating hazards i.e. #Wildfires and #Drought is a must if we want improve adaptation to our changing climate.
See here a quote, you can find the book :https://vdoc.pub/download/interrogating-the-anthropocene-6nmiv92v69o0
The altimeters on board 🛰️'s like TOPEX/Poseidon provide measurements that are crucial for better understanding our 🌊's. Join #EUMETSAT's @HayleyEversKing@twitter.com & @Markhiggins@twitter.com, plus @MercatorOcean@twitter.com's @firstname.lastname@example.org to hear why we’re celebrating altimetry today: https://bit.ly/3QgQcQf
If we could just say fine sediment comes from subglacial meltwater and coarse sediment (sand/pebbles) rafts with bergs, then reconstructions could use grainsize as a distinction. Not that simple, lots of fine sediment is entrained in icebergs, and it melts slowly in transport.
That's very impressing!
In this experiment Dr Rob Thompson of @UniRdg_Met@twitter.com shows just how long it takes water to soak into parched ground, illustrating why heavy rainfall after a #drought can be dangerous and might lead to flashfloods.
It's #PolarTuesday again! ❄️ This week we have a time-lapse from waves moving through pancake ice 🌊🥞🧊 in the marginal ice zone (#SouthernOcean). Video was recorded during the #SCALEwin22 on board of the #SAAgulhasII.
🧵My #Heatwave blogs and articles to date, that I wrote based on science. Please feel free to use. I like writing 😁.
The World “Excel” championships are on espn2 right now just by the way.
🚨 New version of @email@example.com data access client is released with new Sentinel-specific search capabilities: search products for timeliness, cycle, orbits and and and...
Get all infos here 👉 https://www.eumetsat.int/new-version-eumetsat-data-access-client-released
People in 1876: [doing this]
People in 2022: "NetCDFs are so haaaaard" https://twitter.com/John_M_Nelson/status/1554481976681402370
I've been working on a little something for you to play with on the new 404 page 🐙💨
Hopefully you don't end up on that page, though at least you can have a bit of fun if you do.
Hello! This is my official notification that I am seeking wildlife genetics/genomics-based postdoc and job opportunities starting ~fall 2022. Casting a wide net at this time, but I have special interest in landscape genetics, highly mobile species, and conservation action.
Being a polar scientist is 2% polar science and 98% thinking about map projections
One of those challenging yet fun days @firstname.lastname@example.org where we are filming some new videos! This series will support use of common programming tools for working with our data. Watch this space for chats with @email@example.com @JuliaWagemann@twitter.com and @firstname.lastname@example.org! #OpenScience #Python #Git
User & Data at EUMETSAT.
Study #EarthScience at Open University.
Also OpenSpaceData.org and Disaster-Tech.org.
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