NEW #GSAToday Groundwork article:
"Meeting Changing Workforce Needs in Geoscience with New Thinking about Undergraduate Education" bit.ly/2tzgqDw
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NEW GSAToday Groundwork article Meeting Changing Workforce Needs in Geoscience with New
Montana State University research resets timeline for evolution of complex life forms in North America: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Montana State University research resets timeline for evolution of complex life forms

MSU research resets timeline for evolution of complex life forms in North America

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In this week’s #openaccess paper, Avouris et al. examine how large earthquakes trigger volcanic degassing. Their research suggests two distinct volcanic responses. Open-vent, basaltic volcanoes exhibit a positive response to earthquake-generated stress, suggesting a mobilization of bubbles in low-viscosity magmas. Andesitic volcanoes exhibit a negative response to earthquake stress, suggesting...
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In this weeks openaccess paper Avouris et al examine how large earthquakes
NEW on our #SpeakingofGeoscience Blog
"America's Geoheritage" by Terri Cook [ Wp.me Link ]

Photo: Panorama of Horseshoe Bend from Grandview, New River Gorge National River, WV
Credit: National Park Service
NEW on our SpeakingofGeoscience Blog Americas Geoheritage by Terri Cook Photo Panorama
Things to notice at the June solstice, from our friends at EarthSky: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Things to notice at the June solstice from our friends at EarthSky:
"Ph.D. student pioneers storytelling strategies for science communication"
This article profiles the excellent work of Sara Elshafie, who is a recipient of a 2017 GSA Graduate Student Research Grant. (Sara's grant included the Charles A. & June R.P. Ross Research Fund Award.) via UC Berkeley
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"PhD student pioneers storytelling strategies for science communication"

Ph.D. student pioneers storytelling strategies for science communication

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Priscilla Rueger
Bruce Rueger
The one-year countdown to the premier Resources for Future Generations 2018 ([ Facebook.com Link ] conference is on! Read the latest reSource for updates on our progress and news from the #RFG2018 community. [ Ow.ly Link ]
The oneyear countdown to the premier Resources for Future Generations 2018 conference
Resources for Future Generations 2018
GeoCorps: The National Park Service is seeking a Bat Monitoring Specialist / Chiroptologist for Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve. Apply online by July 1. Details:
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GeoCorps The National Park Service is seeking a Bat Monitoring Specialist Chiroptologist
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John Harvey
GeoCorps: Alaska National Parks is seeking a GIS Specialist through the Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) program, which is one of the National Park Service Youth Programs. Apply by 1 July. [ Geosociety.org Link ]
GeoCorps Alaska National Parks is seeking a GIS Specialist through the Geoscient
Kathleen GoGo
Elizabeth Keegans
GeoCorps: Manassas National Battlefield Park is seeking a Biological Technician to conduct wetlands mapping using GIS and GPS, analyze bird data, and study rainfall data. This opportunity is offered through the Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) program, a partnership between the National Park Service, Stewards Individual Placement Program, and Geological Society of America. More information: [...
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GeoCorps Manassas National Battlefield Park is seeking a Biological Technician to conduct
Tiberius Edwards
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Erin Walters
GeoCorps: Cuyahoga Valley National Park seeks a Geoscientist-in-the-Parks (GIP) participant who will conduct a Visual Resource Inventory (VRI) and Viewshead Analysis (VA) along the Cuyahoga River corridor. Inventory will be from the perspective of a river user (kayaker) and emphasize a diversity of resources from a variety of categories including wildlife, geology, historical and cultural...
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GeoCorps Cuyahoga Valley National Park seeks a GeoscientistintheParks GIP partic
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GeoCorps: Interested in serving as an Education Specialist at Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park- Skagway, Alaska? Apply for this opportunity in the NPS Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) program by 1 July: [ Geosociety.org Link ]
GeoCorps Interested in serving as an Education Specialist at Klondike Gold Rush
GeoCorps: Congaree National Park has a GIS opportunity available this fall/winter through the NPS Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) program. The participant will provide GIS expertise to support Congaree Biosphere efforts, which are related to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Program. Application deadline: July 1. [ Geosociety.org Link ]
GeoCorps Congaree National Park has a GIS opportunity available this fallwinter through
GeoCorps: The Southwest Alaska Network -
Inventory & Monitoring Program is seeking a Water Quality Analyst through the NPS Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) program. Apply for this great opportunity by 1 July at: [ Geosociety.org Link ]
GeoCorps The Southwest Alaska Network Inventory Monitoring Program is seeking a Water
GeoCorps: The Mendocino National Forest in California is seeking a Cave Management Assistant, as a late-summer/early fall GeoCorps opportunity. Apply ASAP, this one won't last long! Details: [ Geosociety.org Link ]
GeoCorps The Mendocino National Forest in California is seeking a Cave Management
GeoCorps: Fall/winter Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) opportunity: Mesa Verde National Park, GIS/Database Specialist.
Duties: Refining a digital filing system to electronically organize natural resources data information; Improving a protocol for current and future staff to follow in entering information into the database; Improving an already existing GIS project that interfaces the...
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GeoCorps Fallwinter GeoscientistsintheParks GIP opportunity Mesa Verde National
GeoCorps: Are you knowledgeable about paleontology and enjoy communicating with the public? If so, apply by 1 July to serve as a Geoscientist-in-the-Park (GIP) at Joshua Tree National Park.
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GeoCorps Are you knowledgeable about paleontology and enjoy communicating with the public
Scientists say the rapid sinking of Louisiana’s coast already counts as a ‘worst case scenario’ via the Washington Post: [ Wapo.st Link ]

Original Groundwork paper #openaccess in #GSAToday: "A New Subsidence Map for Coastal Louisiana" bit.ly/2sDi89k
Tulane University
Scientists say the rapid sinking of Louisianas coast already counts as a

Scientists say the rapid sinking of Louisiana’s coast already counts as a ‘worst case scenario’

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Casey Mitchell
Tamara Wagner
New Map Highlights Sinking Louisiana Coast
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#GSAToday Groundwork article: bit.ly/2sDi89k
Tulane University: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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New Map Highlights Sinking Louisiana Coast
In this week’s classic #openaccess paper, Stern et al. propose a strategy to better understand forearcs, and thus subduction initiation, by studying ophiolites. This understanding opens the door for land-based geologists to contribute fundamentally to understanding subduction initiation.

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In this weeks classic openaccess paper Stern et al propose a strategy