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Holocene Solar Activity Imprint on Centennial- to Multidecadal-Scale Hydroclimatic Oscillations in Arid Central Asia

For this project we propose a multi-proxy (trace elements, water inclusion and carbonate δ18O) study on speleothems collected from sites along a SW-NE transect in a region dominate

Stable Barium isotopes (δ137Ba) in seawater can provide information on nutrient cycling, productivity, and riverine inputs in the ocean.

  • EOS News
09 Aug 2017

A strong, shallow quake struck western Sichuan, China, on 8 August 2017 at approximately 9pm (Singapore time).

We are building a holistic understanding of regional sea-level change that includes influences from both land-height and sea-surface change.

Our Year in Review

In March, we kicked off the EOS Institutional Blog. Our goal – create a space for you to learn more about what our scientists and teams are up to. As I look back on the stories we shared covering new research, current hazardous activity in the region, and outreach events, I’m thrilled to have the Institutional Blog as a reminder of the great work we’ve done and the fruitful year we’ve had.

The Shan Plateau, which passes through China and Myanmar, is not well studied; this three-year project that aims to determine earthquake recurrence intervals of two key faults will be invaluable to assessing hazard there.

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