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Don't Panic Geocast

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Don't Panic Geocast

John Leeman and Shannon Dulin

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John Leeman and Shannon Dulin discuss geoscience and technology weekly for your enjoyment! Features include guests, fun paper Friday selections, product reviews, and banter about recent developments. Shannon is a field geologist who tolerates technology and John is a self-proclaimed nerd that tolerates geologists.
 
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Exploration Radio

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Exploration Radio

Ahmad Saleem, Steve Beresford

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Welcome to Exploration Radio, a podcast focusing on the past, present and future of exploration. Featuring interviews and discussions with explorers about the challenges they have faced, what we stand to learn from them and how we can better prepare for the future. Ultimately these are stories about exploration...and the people, places and issues prevalent within it. Come join us and let's explore.
 
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Seismic Soundoff

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Seismic Soundoff

Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)

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In-depth conversations in applied geophysics from the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). With new episodes monthly, Seismic Soundoff highlights industry leaders; emerging research and technology; the social contributions of geoscience; and the latest geophysical, environmental, and engineering applications.
 
Australia's best comedic voices and experts savage the news and drill down on climate change. It's fast. It's funny. It's like #qanda on crack. 🏆 Winner Best Comedy Podcast 2020 - Australian Podcast Awards 🏆 Sign up to the newsletter: http://www.arationalfear.com
 
The Science series presents cutting-edge research about biology, physics, chemistry, ecology, geology, astronomy, and more. These events appeal to many different levels of expertise, from grade school students to career scientists. With a range of relevant applications, including medicine, the environment, and technology, this series expands our thinking and our possibilities.
 
The Anthropocene is the current geological age, in which human activity has profoundly shaped the planet and its biodiversity. On The Anthropocene Reviewed, #1 New York Times bestselling author John Green (The Fault in Our Stars, Turtles All the Way Down) reviews different facets of the human-centered planet on a five-star scale. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including On the Media, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy and Here’s the Thing with A ...
 
The Geologic Podcast is a weekly podcast consisting of personal stories, comedy sketches, news commentary, music and movie reviews, science advocacy, original songs, and interviews. Its host and producer is musician, composer, drummer, comedian, storyteller, TEDx speaker, event emcee, and vigilant defender of the Theory of Gravity— George Hrab. The content often draws from Geo’s musical career; the music industry in general; his adventures as a semi-almost-famous critical thinker; his fascin ...
 
Catastrophes are part of life, but many of the worst are the direct result of human error. Whether it’s poor planning, design flaws, or simply greed or hubris, we are often our own worst enemy. Join volcanologist Jess Phoenix as she explores the stories of natural disaster, failure, and calamity, and what we learn from our fascination with digging through the rubble.
 
Smart Energy Voices, an SED podcast, features conversations with leaders of the energy transition. In each episode, Smart Energy Decisions founder John Failla digs deep with industry movers and shakers to reveal insights you can learn from in their stories, personalities and visions for the future.
 
The Climate Pod is a wide-ranging conversation with leading experts on the politics, economics, activism, culture, science, and social justice issues at the heart of the climate crisis. Hear from guests like Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, David Wallace-Wells, Bill Nye, Dr. Robert Bullard, Catherine Coleman Flowers, Ted Danson, Dr. Michael Mann, Rainn Wilson, Dr. Stephanie Kelton, Dr. Mark Hyman, Gov. Jay Inslee, Tamara Toles O'Laughlin, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, and many more. Hosted by brothers Ty and B ...
 
Gardening is about more than just roots and leaves, it’s about human connection, successes and failures, moments of mindfulness and growing some good. This is the most delightfully human podcast about plants you’ll ever listen to! Hosted by Mangesh Hattikudur and collaboration between iHeartMedia and you by your friends at Miracle-Gro “Humans Growing Stuff” is a show about growing and gardening for everyone. We’ll share sweetly inspiring stories, tips and tricks to nurture your plant addicti ...
 
Toasted Earth is a show about founders, visionaries and environmentalists pursuing novel ideas in sustainability. Our guests are on a mission to save the earth, tune in to hear their unique stories and how they, and you, can make a difference.
 
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Going Green

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Going Green

Philip Russell / Paul Russell

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Welcome to the Going Green Podcast: Each week Philip and Paul look at different issues on Climate change and explore some of the things that you can do to to become more energy efficient and eco friendly. We all can do our bit and we need to start yesterday.
 
A podcast for geospatial people. Weekly episodes that focus on the tech, trends, tools, and stories from the geospatial world. Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial as well as practitioners working in the geo industry. This is a podcast for the GIS and geospatial community subscribe or visit https://mapscaping.com to learn more
 
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The Show Notes Getting halfwayIntro Slau’s new album!Slau’s: Years Have Gone By - Years Have Gone ByDamian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’up - Urchins, Ted Cruz, Dentists, Blue eyes, more…Slau’s: Years Have Gone By - Chemical ReactionAsk George - Kids? from Nathan G.Slau’s: Years Have Gone By - Skeptical SpectacleReligious Moron of the Week - North …
 
More Boosters, For More People This week, an FDA advisory committee met to pore over data and debate the role of COVID vaccine boosters. And on Thursday, they voted to recommend Moderna boosters for older Americans, as well as people in certain at-risk groups. This recommendation came just a few weeks after the FDA authorized a Pfizer booster for s…
 
This week brought the anniversary of the great 1962 Columbus Day Storm, the most severe weather event in Northwest history. I will talk about the fascinating origins of the storm and its extraordinary impacts. And I will provide the forecast, with wet, stormy conditions ahead for Sunday morning
 
Gas prices are going through the roof, energy bills are soaring, and energy companies are dropping like flies. Why is this happening, and what is the best thing for us to do as consumers, for our household budget and for the planet? Tune in to this episode with Jon Fletcher from green energy comparison site Big Clean Switch, where I ask him 'all th…
 
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For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Colepiocephale, links from Dave and Iszi, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Colepiocephale-Episode-359/ Join us at www.patreon.com/iknowdino for dinosaur requests, bonus content, ad-free episodes, and more. Dinosaur of the day Colepiocephale, the "knucklehead" pachycep…
 
Henning Hoeber discusses a new tool for rock physics in his recent paper published in September's The Leading Edge.In this episode, Henning explains the theory of omitted variable bias (OVB) and its connection to rock physics, why OVB hasn't appeared before in the geoscience literature, how OVB helps geophysicists understand biases in models, the r…
 
Today we have Dr. Lynn Sneddon of the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, she is a leading researcher of animal welfare and is particularly interested in aquatic animals. She asks questions like “do fish experience pain?”, how can we minimise the suffering of fish when we catch them and overall promote a better and more humane fishing industry. We …
 
Monitoring flooding from space is hard, even for a radar that can look through clouds and operate at night! Shay Strong from ICEYE walks us through some of the challenges around creating a reliable and predictable flood monitoring process and explains why the technology is not the hard part. Reach out to Shay on Twitter at @shaybstrong ! If you wan…
 
Cassidy Miles (co-host; She/Her) embarks on a topic that is often misunderstood. Dig in and find out why. Podcast guest, Dr. Jason DeBoer (He/Him) of the Illinois Natural History Survey joins in the conversation. The article we reference in the episode is found here: https://www.learningforjustice.org/magazine/fall-2018/what-is-white-privilege-real…
 
This week, Saul Griffith joins the show to talk about his new book Electrify: An Optimists Playbook for Our Clean Energy Future. Saul is the co-founder and Chief Scientist of Rewiring America, a non-profit dedicated to widespread electrification and decarbonization. We discuss how replacing or adding just a handful of products in our homes and our …
 
The story of Laurentian university closing is a sad one, and there are many reasons why that happened. But one reason suggested by many is the financial pressure that COVID has caused on universities. In Australia, a number of universities decided to stop their support for geology programs. As a country that relies a lot on mining, this seemed to b…
 
This episode features Angelita De la Luz, the Director of Applied Research and Operations at BeeFlow. BeeFlow provides professional pollination services to farmers. They apply scientific knowledge and technology during crop pollination to increase crop yields and improve food quality. Angelita and Michelle discuss the science behind pollination, th…
 
We have talked before about how large some of the giant sauropods were and how being big can really affect your biology, but just how do palaeontologists weight dinosaurs from incomplete skeletons and how accurate will these methods be? Well happily we have a podcast that will tackle those very questions and delve into the history and mystery of wo…
 
This summer we released a 4-part series chronicling the war on wolves in the US from the mid 19th century through today. If you haven't had a chance yet to listen to that series, here is a link to Episode 1. Either way, this week we are providing a short update on some of the recent developments as we head into the 2021 hunting season, particularly…
 
We’re not to blame for climate change. It’s a part of the natural cycle. The earth is flat. The round Earth conspiracy is orchestrated by NASA and other government agencies. No one should get the coronavirus vaccine. Bill Gates wants to use it to implant microchips in people. This is, of course, all bunk. But how can we change the minds of people w…
 
We're busy preparing for Egypt but we did want to get another episode out before we left, and what better time to catch up on listener emails right before we leave for two weeks and get way behind again? Kyle reads some excellent news stories on human origins and humans in the "new world", as well as some strange and interesting new physics. We the…
 
In this episode we talk to Dr. Andrew Rhyne about the marine aquarium trade and his MACNA 2021 talk. Thank you to our sponsor: PolypLab https://www.polyplab.com Links: Dr Andrew Rhyne & Vincent’s MACNA 2021 Talks: https://masna.org/members/masna-member-videos/ Ornamental Aquatic Trade Association (OATA): https://ornamentalfish.org Rich Ross & Dr. K…
 
Welcome to the second season of Discovery to Recovery! How can we use 'the human factor' to create better outcomes in mining and exploration? Nicole Doucette is host, bringing us two powerful, personal stories about navigating jobs and careers, in mining engineering and economic geology. The first is a conversation with Kal-Kidan, a mining engineer…
 
What shape best represents the absolute lunacy that is humans and their economic activity? Something Jackson Pollock-esque? Mr Messy off of the Mr Men series, perhaps? Either way, probably not a nice, clean circle. But when you think about it, it really really should be. Cos unless we start (re)learning how to work with what we’ve got – i.e. sendin…
 
October 13th is Ada Lovelace Day & celebrates women in science, tech, engineering, and math. Ada was Lord Byron's a daughter but most signicantly she realized the potential of computers two centuries ago. Ada It is now believed was the first person to publish an algorithm. She is one of many women forgotten by science as Dr Jessica Bloom tells Dr K…
 
This week Kadie chats with Matea Djokic. Matea is a PhD student at the University of California Irvine, where she is studying the gut microbiome of three silverside fish species. Throughout the episode we talk about Matea's path from a psychology degree to fisheries work in South Dakota, her master's research with pallid sturgeon, to her current po…
 
Andy Elwood-Madden X-Ray Diffraction Reynolds Cup Fun Paper Friday How many legs does it take to freak you out? Vetter, Richard S. "Arachnophobic entomologists: when two more legs makes a big difference." American Entomologist 59.3 (2013): 168-175. Contact us: Show Support us on Patreon! www.dontpanicgeocast.com SWUNG Slack @dontpanicgeo show@dontp…
 
The Hot And Cold Past Of The Air Conditioner In the Northeast, the leaves have started changing colors, heralding the season of pumpkins, sweaters, and the smell of woodsmoke. But in some parts of the country, the heat hasn’t let up. In cities like Dallas, Phoenix, and Miami, temperatures were up in the high 80s and low 90s this week—and with clima…
 
First Malaria Vaccine Is Approved by WHO The malaria parasite is one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases, killing on average about 500,000 people per year—half of them children under the age of 5, nearly all of them in sub-Saharan Africa. Now, the World Health Organization has finally approved RTS,S or Mosquirix, the first vaccine against …
 
Moisture matters, both due to comfort and the effects on the atmosphere. In the media, you hear about relative humidity and dew point temperature. What are they? Which a more useful? I will reveal all in the Podcast. And I will start with the forecast, which includes bring sun, rain, and even snow in the mountains.…
 
We're finally back from our Scablands trip and long road journey home, and, with only a week before we leave for Egypt, we plan to release a couple of episode to make up for the weeks we missed. Ben from UnchartedX was with us in the Scablands, so we got to hang out and get to know him better, and we agreed to do an episode together before we heade…
 
Strap yourself in, this episode is all about emotions and feelings - specifically emotions and feelings related to the climate crisis and the teensy matter of the planet burning and us all going to hell in a handcart. That kind of stuff. Before we dive in, hopefully it goes without saying that I’m not a therapist, or a psychologist, or in any way q…
 
The PM announced UK to move to all renewable energy by 2035. Much of this power will come from Wind Turbines, which over the past 4 years have nearly doubled in capacity from 19GW to 35GW. But the easy installations of the offshore wind farms have been done, so now it is more likely to have to be floating wind farms further out to sea or just in de…
 
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