The newest issue of the the Earth, Space and Science News magazine (Volume 99 No. 1) for January 2018 looks at climate change effects, river flows, weather systems, pollution, threat to ozone health and much more.
Persons wishing to view this issue can email me or visit me at my desk to be provided with a copy of the latest magazine.
A new issue of the Eos Earth, Space and Science magazine (Volume 98 Issue 6) is now available for viewing.
This issue highlights topics such as finding career fit, microwave maps and spatial resolution, tracking wildfires with satellite images, freshwater carbon cycle, aerosol effects, fingerprinting tremors and forecasting volcanic eruptions, reducing disaster impacts, topographic imaging and geoscience to name a few.
Persons interested in viewing this magazine can email me or check me at my desk.
A new issue of the EOS – Earth, Space and Science News Magazine (Volume 98 Issue 5) is now available. This issue discusses some relevant topics including coastal wetlands, carbon storage, past floods and flood hazards, risk assessment, green cities, Radar Method and aquifers, pollution and water quality.
Those who wish to view this issue can email me or check me at my desk. Happy reading guys! 🙂
The Earth, Space and Science Magazine Volume 98 Issue 4 (April, 2017) is now available for viewing.
This issue provides articles on several interesting topics including female scientists and barriers, within the field of geosciences, hiring freeze, satellite positioning, data, climate change and human health, geoengineering in climate change, landslides hazards (which brings to mind the terrible tragedy in Colombia this week), arctic autumn, global warming and precipitation and other relevant information.
For those of you wishing to view this journal you can either visit me at my desk or send my an email for details. Happy reading 🙂
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