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Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135531
Abstract:Sonification hints at how some Kepler planets may have been configured in the late stages of their development.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135247
Abstract:Atomic clocks are now so accurate that Earth’s gravity can be seen to slow them down. Geodesy is preparing to use this relativistic effect to measure elevation.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135739
Abstract:Gifts from the AGU community enable students and early-career scientists to travel to Fall Meeting for the first time.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135439
Abstract:Experiments at Sun-like temperatures show that certain elements absorb more light than solar models predict, creating uncertainties for stellar science.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135509
Abstract:New research on the geochemistry of Canary Islands paleosols shows that the Sahara has been an arid dust producer for at least 4.8 million years.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135277
Abstract:Under a new mandate, consortia of the world’s major space weather centers will disseminate new space-weather advisories for civil aviators representing a significant change-of-state for space weather.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135235
Abstract:Deriving scientific insights from artificial intelligence methods requires adhering to best practices and moving beyond off-the-shelf approaches.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135391
Abstract:Workshop on the Integration of Aquatic and Terrestrial Carbon Fluxes across landscapes; Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 9–10 May 2019
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135195
Abstract:Researchers use high-resolution satellite images to parse the effects of land use changes on the energy balance between the rain forest and the atmosphere.
Eos, Volume 100; doi:10.1029/2019eo135099
Abstract:Current calculations might underestimate the susceptibility of Los Angeles to earthquake shaking, so researchers and volunteers are deploying seismic networks near the city to remedy a data shortage.