Best geoscience podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Geoscience Radio
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A high level look at the geoscience behind some of history's greatest mineral discoveries. In this podcast we talk to some of the mining industry's most accomplished in the aim of teasing out the science behind their achievement.
 
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Géosciences et environnement
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Tous les podcasts de la Faculté de géosciences et de l'environnement de l'Université de Lausanne
 
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Next Gen Science Talk
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This podcast highlights what great teachers in Kentucky and beyond are doing with the Next Generation Science Standards.
 
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Geescience
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Download and watch these podcasts to get the information for Mr. Gee's science (and math!) classes.
 
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GO-Science: Science Cafe (mp3)
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The GO-Science Science Cafe series spotlights researchers and scientists that are working on innovations across disciplines.
 
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Don't Panic Geocast
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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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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Generation Anthropocene
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Stories about planetary change.
 
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Seismic Soundoff
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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.
 
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What the soils have told me
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Presented by Sydney Adventist Forum and Avondale College Seventh-day Adventist Church. Dr Graham Will has studied New Zealand soils for 40 years, during which he has encountered data that does not sit easily with the recent chronology of his upbringing. While he has previously addressed a New Zealand geoscience tour and also presented briefly at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific’s Faith and Science Conference in 2003, this is the first opportunity to hear Graham’s seminar ...
 
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Aquifers and Watersheds
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Understanding Our Water ResourcesThough caring for our nation's waters continues to be an important public priority, the level of geoscience involved in this effort has become increasingly complex. This series features experts who explain in plain words the foundational ideas underlying the science of hydrology, while also taking the listener into the field to meet the researchers working on key water resource-related projects across Wisconsin.
 
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Women in Diplomacy
 
For Fathers Day, Kelsey Suemnicht invited her Dad, Gene Suemnicht, to co-host an episode combining their passions of Geology and Diplomacy! http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/content.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/fathers_day_2.m4a “We’re not going to meet [global] challenges effectively, if we’re ignoring 50% of the population.” — Dad Che ...…
 
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Discover DEP: the Official Podcast of the NJ Department of Environmental Protection
 
Baseball is the National Pastime, but literally every pitch thrown in both the major and minor leagues carries a piece of the Garden State to the plate. That’s because for more than 75 years every baseball put in play has first been rubbed with a little bit of Lena Blackburn Baseball Rubbing Mud, which takes the shine and slickness off of the b ...…
 
Dr. Sue Webb joins us today for a discussion about potential field inversion, the future of geoscience in Africa, and the AfricaArray project. Sue's been an integral part of driving the new frontier of geoscience in Africa; she's run the field school for a couple of decades and taught hundreds (maybe thousands) of students how to #geosci. The k ...…
 
Dr. Sue Webb joins us today for a discussion about potential field inversion, the future of geoscience in Africa, and the AfricaArray project. Sue's been an integral part of driving the new frontier of geoscience in Africa; she's run the field school for a couple of decades and taught hundreds (maybe thousands) of students how to #geosci. The k ...…
 
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Forecast: climate conversations with Michael White
 
People find science for all kinds of reasons. Some are born to it, but usually not. Most people find science by bumping into it at a bar, getting help from it while fixing a flat tire, seeing it alight on a leaf, iridescent, or watching it pass by on a subway car going the other way. Kau aboard the JOIDES Resolution as part of Expedition 353, s ...…
 
The 99-million-year-old hatchling from the Cretaceous Period is the best preserved of its kind.The remains of a baby bird from the time of the dinosaurs have been discovered in a specimen of 99-million-year-old amber, according to scientists writing in the journal Gondwana Research.The hatchling belonged to a major group of birds known as enant ...…
 
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Inception Radio Network | UFO & Paranormal Talk Radio
 
In case you missed it here is the UFO Headline News for today The post UFO Headline News Weekend of Saturday June 10th/Sunday June 11th, 2017 appeared first on Inception Radio Network | UFO & Paranormal Talk Radio.
 
This week, we mix things up a bit. This joint show between Embedded.fm and the geocast explores what happens when electrical engineering meets geoscience in cold places. We’re joined by guest Dr. Sridhar Anandakrishnan of Penn State to talk about geopebbles, ice, climate, and more! Asimov Robot Series Anthropornis (giant penguins) Ice crystal s ...…
 
We're back with an action-packed episode that tackles, in equal parts, the state of junior mining markets and extinction level events. Lesley swings by for another edition of the Geology Corner wherein she enlightens us on tsunamis, dinosaurs, and Hollywood. Meanwhile, Matt unveils his full interview with Exploration Insights' analyst Brent Coo ...…
 
Jeff Johnson joins Andrew Geary, Seismic Soundoff host, to discuss how SEG's Competency Management System (CMS) can benefit SEG members and improve their skills and expertise. CMS is a SEG web-based interactive tool used for self-assessment by individual geoscientists. SEG members use CMS to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and to effic ...…
 
This week Shannon pops a surprise interview on John, asking all about open source. We talk about what it is, why people do it, and what it means for your cat videos. We round out the show talking about a physics problem that has stumped some of the greatest minds. EP 114 - “Chasrismatic Megafauna” (Flyover App) EP 177 - “Everything is a few wee ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: As we just heard, there are reports that President Trump may not keep the United States in the Paris climate accord, the 2015 agreement signed by nearly 200 nations to reduce the carbon emissions that are driving climate change. The U.S. is the second biggest emitter of those greenhouse gasses globally. William Brangham has the s ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: As we just heard, there are reports that President Trump may not keep the United States in the Paris climate accord, the 2015 agreement signed by nearly 200 nations to reduce the carbon emissions that are driving climate change. The U.S. is the second biggest emitter of those greenhouse gasses globally. William Brangham has the s ...…
 
The co-hosts of Undersampled Radio, Graham Ganssle and Matt Hall and Isaac Farley, SEG digital publications manager join Seismic Soundoff to discuss communicating geoscience and modern geoscience skills.Undersampled Radio (https://undersampledrad.io/) is a podcast that talks science, tech, oil, business, politics and more. Graham (@grahamganssl ...…
 
Real Science Radio co-host Bob Enyart interviews the fourth man to walk on the moon, astronaut Alan Bean. After a great discussion, Captain Bean suddenly had to leave, and then Bob then took time to discuss the one topic that they disagreed about during the interview. * No UFOs, No Aliens: Because Astronaut Bean told us on today's interview (as ...…
 
Shannon just had a baby! We take the week off and celebrate with this classic episode of the geocast... Don't Panic, we'll be back next week! Having just got back from vacationing near a river, Shannon’s mind is wondering (and wandering!) about dams and their impacts, both good and bad. People use dams for electricity, recreation, flood control ...…
 
This week the crew from SEG's podcast, Seismic Soundoff, joins Undersampled Radio for a chat about interesting modes of scicomm and community outreach. Our guests are also the authors of the excellent SEG Wiki, which is another great resource for geoscientists of various disciplines. Matt gives 'em a grilling on what the SEG is, could be, and s ...…
 
This week the crew from SEG's podcast, Seismic Soundoff, joins Undersampled Radio for a chat about interesting modes of scicomm and community outreach. Our guests are also the authors of the excellent SEG Wiki, which is another great resource for geoscientists of various disciplines. Matt gives 'em a grilling on what the SEG is, could be, and s ...…
 
Robert Doane speaks to John Cassidy of the Pacific Geoscience Centre about what scientists can learn after an earthquake hits.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Elise DEMEULENAERE, anthropologie sociale, CNRS, Paris
 
The eleventh episode of "Open to Interpretation" features a discussion of the word "irrefutable" among host and Communication and Theatre Department Chair Amy Young, Associate Professor of Religion Seth Dowland and Associate Professor of Geosciences and Environmental Studies Claire Todd.Conversation Highlights1:00- Warm up questions to do with ...…
 
What is “flyover country”? Is it the states in the middle of the US? A band name? A geoscience education app? One of these is true and the creator joins us to chat about it. A big thank you to listener Gary for pointing us to this topic! Feedback Automatic bullseye moving dartboard Boiling liquid expanding vapor explosion Shane Loeffler Flyover ...…
 
As reproducibility becomes more and more important, one of the main challenges is to support it by making it easier and more accessible. Starting in the domain of geosciences, the DFG-funded project Opening Reproducible Research aims to improve the access to research results that are published over the Internet, and seeks to simplify their reus ...…
 
Matt and Lesley follow-up on their conversation about 43-101 technical economic reports with a Geology Corner on prospecting, early-stage exploration, and target generation! The discussion includes how to interpret press releases and data from exploration-stage companies and what Lesley looks for in terms of best practices when it comes to iden ...…
 
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People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
 
Dr. Sterling Nesbitt is an Assistant Professor of Geosciences at Virginia Tech, as well as a research associate/affiliate of the American Museum of Natural History, the Vertebrate Paleontology Lab at The University of Texas at Austin, the Virginia Museum of Natural History, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and the National Museum of N ...…
 
We discuss the current state of climate science and rebut the arguments of climate change skeptics, and look ahead to what must be done to halt climate change. The post [Episode #36] – Climate Science Part 1 – Climate Change Overview appeared first on The Energy Transition Show.
 
Richard Alley, Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences at Penn State University, joined the program to discuss his research with climate change and how humans are affecting the global climate.
 
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Forecast: climate conversations with Michael White
 
Today’s interview, with Jory Lerback from the University of Utah, has both nothing and everything to do with climate science. I think for the first time in the history of Forecast, no one mentioned the word climate. Instead, we talked about Jory’s recent Nature Comment entitled “Journals invite too few women to referee“. Jory’s work arose out o ...…
 
This week we head to the floor of AME BC's Roundup 2017 conference in Vancouver, B.C., for exclusive Northern Miner coverage. Lesley's geology corner heads to the Core Shack for a discussion with Nighthawk Gold (TSXV: NHK; US-OTC: MIMZF) president and CEO, Dr. Michael J. Byron, about exploration strategies at the Colomac gold property within th ...…
 
Hello Femmes and friends! Join us this week to learn about 19th century geneticist Nettie Stevens + consider the effects of sexism and implicit bias on women in STEM. RSS | Google Play | iTunes | Soundcloud Show Notes, References, and Further Reading Take the Project Implicit Bias Test: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/ Handout for avoidin ...…
 
A recent trip to the Creation Museum caused producer Sandra Bertin to be very skeptical of, well, skepticism. Sandra returned to the studio to interrogate the idea of skepticism with host of the show Andy Cullison and our other producer, Christiane Wisehart. We turn skepticism inside out and upside down with philosopher Barry Lam and geologist ...…
 
A recent trip to the Creation Museum caused producer Sandra Bertin to be very skeptical of, well, skepticism. Sandra returned to the studio to interrogate the idea of skepticism with host of the show Andy Cullison and our other producer, Christiane Wisehart. We turn skepticism inside out and upside down with philosopher Barry Lam and geologist ...…
 
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Forecast: climate conversations with Michael White
 
Alternative facts are much in the news. The idea is, of course, ridiculous. Some things are clearly facts. Pizza is delicious; cake makes me happy; serving a white Burgundy at 40 F is an abomination; you should never wear a backpack with a suit. Much of climate science, however, is not what you would call a hard fact. Yes, we can begin with som ...…
 
Matt and Lesley kick-off Roundup 2017 with a British Columbia and Yukon extravaganza! This week's episode includes a Geology Corner focused on B.C. and Yukon geology, including the formation of orogenic gold deposits, porphyry systems, and the similarities between the Barkerville and Klondike gold camps! Meanwhile, Matt sits down with Yukon Min ...…
 
More of Ryan bumming around a professional meeting, microphone in hand. 00:00:00 - First up is Stacey Felgate (@StaceyFelgate) and Kim Gottschalk (@Kim_Gottschalk). Stacey tells us a little bit about her work on blue carbon storage in salt marshes. Next, Kim tells us about her project investigating the source of Antarctic bottom water with GO-S ...…
 
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