Dipping your Toes – Machine Learning for Geoscientists

My fellow students know this and I hope recruiters will never read this: I was never good at math in university. It was only later when it came to the application in actual […]

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Lavafalls – Waterfalls are so last year!

Everyone can have a waterfall, but as it’s volcano Monday, why not have a lavafall?

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Breaking the Walls of Subsurface Energy in Aarhus

How do you make science outreach, when your topic is not “sexy”? I work in hydrocarbons. I don’t cure HIV. I don’t work with 2D materials or machine learning (yet). So how do […]

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Pyroclastic flows at Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala

This timelapse video of Volcán de Fuego shows a pyroclastic flow rushing down the flank of the crater.

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Flying through the Aurora Borealis

Horacio Llorens and Red Bull take us on a breathtaking journey. Flying here is different. It’s dark, It’s cold, And the sky is on fire. Watch it yourself:

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Norway timelapse

Here at the Way of the Geophysicist, we’re in love with Norway’s nature. This video captures why. Put it on full screen in HD and just enjoy the scene.

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Delta Flume – Tsunami simulation

Dutch engineers have built a structure that is capable of simulating tsunamis bigger than ever before (7m). The channel that holds up to 9 million litres (about 2400000 US gallons) of water and […]

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Earth timelapse by Alexander Gerst

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Flashflood in Utah triggers Debris Flow

On August 30th massive rain storms precipitated huge amounts of water in this basin in Utah. These then travelled along a canyon in a flashflood and triggered a debris flow.   Additionally, there […]

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Volcano lightning in Chile

Volcanic plumes trigger some spectacular phenomena. In Chile, we see lightning within the ash plume. Mesmerizing footage really. Volcano lightning These flashes of lightning within an ash plume are somewhat common. Charged particles are transported […]

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