[ESIP-all] Fwd: AGUniverse: Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition & More

Martha Maiden marthamaiden at verizon.net
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> Date: June 27, 2019 at 3:36:23 PM EDT
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> Subject: AGUniverse: Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition & More
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> Tell Your Data's Story
> The AGU Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition, funded by NASA, is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to present their visually-based story on the NASA Hyperwall during Fall Meeting 2019. Applicants must be legal U.S. residents.
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> AGU Calls Upon the U.S. Senate to Support Federal Funding for Earth and Space Science
> In her recent video, AGU CEO/Executive Director Chris McEntee heralds the U.S. House of Representatives' recent passage of an FY20 budget supporting federal scientific agencies. Chris also calls upon the Senate Appropriations Committee to ensure the American scientific enterprise remains robust. Watch the video and take action.
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> New Podcast Episode: Night of the Killer Smog
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> An Underwater Telescope to Study Sky and Sea
> News, 25 June
> Spy Satellite Reveals Accelerated Pace of Himalayan Glacier Melt
> News, 19 June
> Ice-squeezed aquifers might create marsquakes
> GeoSpace, 25 June
> A sand model landslide compared to the 2018 Llusco event (with coordinates of the Llusco slide!)
> The Field, 20 June
> JGR Oceans: The Use of a Jet Reference Frame to Analyze Drifter Trajectories in the Agulhas Current
> Tracks of all drifters intersecting satellite track #096 (or Agulhas System Climate Array, ASCA) across the Agulhas Current.
> A new algorithm finds nearby stars that could host hidden worlds
> Science News, 25 June
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> Un-Earth-Like 'Alien Crystals' May Line The Liquid Methane Lakes Of Titan, Saturn's Largest Moon
> Forbes, 25 June
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> On Alien Worlds, Extraterrestrials Could Be Spewing a Toxic, Smelly Gas. That's How We Could Find Them.
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> NASA confirms Curiosity rover's surprising Mars methane discovery
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> Disaster Upon Disaster
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