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Calling: Earth #012 - Shakhawat Tanim, GIScientist

Calling: Earth.

Release Date: 09/06/2019

Calling: Earth #036 - Joseph Panzik, Paleomagnetist show art Calling: Earth #036 - Joseph Panzik, Paleomagnetist

Calling: Earth.

  In this episode of Calling: Earth, we talk with Joseph "Joe" Panzik, Research Assistant Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, about his work in paleomagnetism (ancient Earth magnetism) and scientific literacy, as well as the importance of learning transferable skills.   More about Joe can be found here: Joe's Science Fact Friday Blog: Joe's Twitter:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #035 - Mark Rains, Chair of the USF School of Geosciences show art Calling: Earth #035 - Mark Rains, Chair of the USF School of Geosciences

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  Welcome back to the fourth season of Calling: Earth! In this episode we talk with Mark Rains, Chair of the USF School of Geosciences, about the impacts of COVID-19 and social unrest on the School and how they are adapting.     More about the School of Geosciences can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #034 - Thomas Crisman, Freshwater Ecologist show art Calling: Earth #034 - Thomas Crisman, Freshwater Ecologist

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  In this last episode of season 3, Thomas "Tom" Crisman, a Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, discusses his research of water policy in Florida, the Middle East and North Africa, and how it relates to economics, health, and governmental stability.    More about Tom can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #033 - Bingbing Jiang, Environmental Scientist show art Calling: Earth #033 - Bingbing Jiang, Environmental Scientist

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  In this fifth and final lightning interview of the third season, Bingbing Jiang, a Ph.D. candidate in the USF School of Geosciences discusses her research on the intersection of policy, environmental science, and wetlands research.   More about Bingbing can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #032 - Matthew Pasek, Planetary Scientist show art Calling: Earth #032 - Matthew Pasek, Planetary Scientist

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  Matthew "Matt" Pasek, an Associate Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, discusses his research of the origin of life from the perspective of meteorites, phosphorus, and fulgurites (rocks created by lightning strikes).   More about Matt can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #031 - Jessica Mejia, Glaciologist show art Calling: Earth #031 - Jessica Mejia, Glaciologist

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  In this fourth lightning interview of the third season, Jessica Mejia, a Ph.D. candidate in the USF School of Geosciences discusses her research of moulins (roughly circular, vertical or nearly vertical well-like shafts within a glacier) to understand the connection between glacier hydrology and ice motion of the Greenland Ice Sheet.   More about Jessica can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #030 - Stephen McNutt, Volcano Seismologist show art Calling: Earth #030 - Stephen McNutt, Volcano Seismologist

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  Stephen "Steve" McNutt, a Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, discusses his research of volcano seismology and how it can be applied to rocket launches, quarry blasts and other earth-shaking events.    More about Steve can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #029 - Danielle Molisee, Volcanologist show art Calling: Earth #029 - Danielle Molisee, Volcanologist

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  In this third lightning interview of the third season, Danielle Molisee, a Ph.D. candidate in the USF School of Geosciences discusses her research on Medicine Lake Volcano, where she is pulling together multiple data sets to create a 4d conceptual model of magmatism to assist in volcanic hazard assessment.   More about Danielle can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #028 - Sarah Kruse, Geophysicist show art Calling: Earth #028 - Sarah Kruse, Geophysicist

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  Sarah Kruse, a Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, discusses her research in near-surface geophysics and its application to not only the geosciences, but to urban settings, forensic science, and planetary science.   More about Sarah can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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Calling: Earth #027 - Michelle Saunders, Geographer show art Calling: Earth #027 - Michelle Saunders, Geographer

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  In this second lightning interview of the third season, Michelle Saunders, a Ph.D. candidate in the USF School of Geosciences, discusses her research in risk perception and risk communication as they relate to severe weather hazards, specifically hurricane evacuations.    More about Michelle can be found here:     Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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In this second lightning interview, Shakhawat Tanim, a doctoral candidate in the USF School of Geosciences, discusses his research into behavioral modeling for transportation and emergency. 

 

More about Tanim can be found here:

https://works.bepress.com/shakhawat-tanim/

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shakhawat_Tanim2

 

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Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to callingearth@usf.edu.