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Calling: Earth #036 - Joseph Panzik, Paleomagnetist

Calling: Earth.

Release Date: 09/11/2020

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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.

 

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