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USGS Intern Spotlight — Meet USGS intern, Ian Gammarino. In this selfie, Ian is in the field working with USGS Research Geologist, Francis Ashland, inspecting a slope. Here's what Ian has to say about his time with USGS, "I help with landslide hazard research. Whenever I'm not in the field, I'm reading news articles about landslides that have happened in the past and then cataloging them in a database. We then compare landslide occurrences to rainfall data to find a correlation. This is all part of our mission of establishing a landslide hazard prediction model.
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I like interning with USGS because I'm able to travel to picturesque locations, in upstate New York for example, and not only enjoy the work, but the view too! It combines my love of travel with my love of setting up data-collecting systems. Working with an experienced scientist is a heck of an opportunity and the stories they tell are a heck of a perk."
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#‎USGS #‎jobs #‎internships #‎careers #‎science #‎grads #‎college #‎jobopportunities #landslides #naturalhazards #geology

Throwback to when my geography class explored Johnson, Pennsylvania!! 🍃🍂🍁#tbt #fallof2016 #physicalgeography #naturalhazards

80 minutes of class time is made easier when you have teammates! #takeoverthursday #earthscienceclass #naturalhazards

Alerta roja en Chile tras la erupción del volcán Calbuco #naturalhazards #naturaldisasters #volcancalbuco #chile 🌋

Researchers from @uncchapelhill and @ncstate collect both tap and surface water in Lumberton to test for contamination levels post-Hurricane Matthew. #ResearchUNCovered #NaturalHazards #BecauseScience #Environment #Research

As a self-described klutz my days of walking just got a little more challenging.
#applecreekfarm #shorterdays #icy #naturalhazards

Catching some morning #rays #postfire #geology #naturalhazards

Hydrothermal day of the Indiana University Volcanoes of the Eastern Sierra field course where UNAVCO provided real-time kinematic GPS education and field support. (Photo/Beth Bartel, UNAVCO)

#unavco #geodesy #geology #geoscience #earth #earthscience #science #fieldwork #fieldengineer #education #outreach #scienceoutreach #engineer #research #data #indianauniversity #fieldeducation #fieldcourse #easternsierra #volcanoes #sierramountains #gps #hydrothermal #naturalhazards #students #studentopportunities #learning #stem

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Hydrothermal day of the Indiana University Volcanoes of the Eastern Sierra field course where UNAVCO provided real-time kinematic GPS education and field support. (Photo/Beth Bartel, UNAVCO)

#unavco #geodesy #geology #geoscience #earth #earthscience #science #fieldwork #fieldengineer #education #outreach #scienceoutreach #engineer #research #data #indianauniversity #fieldeducation #fieldcourse #easternsierra #volcanoes #sierramountains #gps #hydrothermal #naturalhazards #students #studentopportunities #learning #stem

Science Snapshot: Plate Boundary Observatory Strainmeter Data for Determining Earthquake Characteristics.

An analysis of borehole strainmeter data from Plate Boundary Observatory sites in the western United States for 144 earthquakes from 2004 to 2014 reveals correlations between the peak strain from these events with distance from the hypocenter and the earthquake magnitude. Such correlations can be utilized to determine crustal structure and better understand fault dynamics. Strainmeter data may also enhance earthquake early warning systems.

Pictured: photograph of a borehole strainmeter site, showing power, communications and GPS antenna on the left and the borehole strainmeter plumbing before installation into the bore hole on the right. (Photo/UNAVCO)

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#CurrentSituation: Delegation from the National Centre for Disaster Preparedness (#CENAPRED) in #Mexico. Among others, the group includes Dr. Oscar López Bátiz, Deputy Director of Structural Risks in the Direction of Research & Engineer Oscar Zepeda Ramos, Director of Analysis and Risk Management. This visit is part of the #Jamaica / #Mexico 2017-2018 Bilateral Cooperation Programme.
@jamnav1 #ODPEM #NaturalHazards #NaturalHazardsAtlasOfJamaica @mgimona

Get ready to evacuate. Civil defense sign board to be put up at major beaches at #northland
#mapsforlife #madebyme #proudofmyself #tsunamiwarning #naturalhazards #incaseofemergency #signboard #worklife

M6.3 nr Plomarion, Greece 🇬🇷 • 12/06/17
• 13:28 GMT
• 6.4mi deep

#flashbackFriday May 2017 field trip group top of the Sealy Tarns Track in Aoraki (Mt. Cook) National Park, New Zealand
@michignaearth New Zealand field trip to study geomorphology and hazards // photo Nikolas Midttun
#newzealand #aorakinationalpark #geomorphology #geologyfieldtrip #naturalhazards #postcardsfromthefield #latergram

GeoSciences Column: Can seismic signals help understand landslides and rockfalls?

From the top of a small gully in the French Alps, a 472 kg block is launched into the chasm. Every detail of it’s trajectory down the slope is scrutinised by two cameras and a network of seismometers. They zealously record every bounce, scrape and tumble – precious data in the quest to better understand landslides.

With landslides in 2016 causing an estimated 2,250 deaths and significant economic losses, it is paramount that the mechanisms which govern landslides are better understood in hopes that the knowledge will lead to improved risk management in the future.

Head on over to the #EGUBlogs to discover how seismometers are helping decipher their mysterious workings (egu.eu/5CWJ8U). #landslides #seismology #naturalhazards #rockfalls #seismometers #fieldwork #EGUjournals #FrenchAlps #imaggeo #valley #science #geology#EarthScience #geologyrocks #geologynerd #landslide #rockfall #naturalhazard

Credit: Robert Supper (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)

M6.8 nr Attu Station, Alaska🇺🇸 • 02/06/17
• 23:34 GMT
• 6.2mi deep

Learning how Natural Hazards Disclosures affect the escrow and closing process in a real estate transaction...
Knowledge is power! 💥😁 With Josh Cantrell of JCP presenting. •


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Whilst natural hazards are inevitable, the suffering and loss of life associated with them is not. Integrating risk reduction into development is critical for achieving sustainable development that delivers long lasting solutions for poor communities around the world.⠀

#disasters #hazards #naturalhazards #drr #flooding #Nepal #drought #sustainability #poverty

Too close for comfort — Members of Ferdinand Hayden's Survey stand precariously close to Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful Geyser erupting, circa 1878.

One of the Great Surveys of the West, the Hayden Survey (1867-79) systematically surveyed and mapped Western geology and geography. The Hayden Survey was conducted in Colorado during the field seasons of 1873 and 1876, and in Wyoming and Idaho during 1877 and 1878. A total area of 107,000 square miles was covered.

In 1871, Hayden presented a plan for the geological and geographical exploration of the territories of the United States. Congress approved and increased the appropriation, and changed the name to the U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. The scene of activities became Montana and one important result of that season’s field work was the creation of Yellowstone National Park.

Members of the team included Thomas Moran, an artist, Albert Peal, a mineralogist, George Allen, a botanist and William Henry Jackson as the team's photographer. ⛏
➡️ For more information on the early surveys, please see: http://on.doi.gov/c1050
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Photo Credit: William Henry Jackson
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#USGS #science #naturalhazards #HaydenSurvey #blackandwhite #OldFaithful #Yellowstone #FieldPhotoFriday #Wyoming

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