Best geoscience podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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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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GeoScience
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GeoScience
 
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.
 
AAPG European Regional Annual Conference Geosciences
 
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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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Tuff Talk
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Tackling the 'TUFF' challenges facing women in Geosciences today
 
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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In this episode, host Andrew Geary speaks with Maitri Erwin and Leslie Marasco, two leaders of the new initiative - Mentoring365.Mentoring365 is a program developed among Earth and space science organizations to facilitate sharing professional knowledge, expertise, skills, insights, and experiences through dialogue and collaborative learning. T ...…
 
Dr. Jay Banner is the F. M. Bullard Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences and Director, Environmental Science Institute, College of Natural Sciences.Dr. Banner shared insights into the impact of urbanization of streams, the challenges surrounding creating a sustainable future for the state of Texas, and how ...…
 
Today’s episode, number 379, is about glaciers in what is now the Sahara Desert, and we’re going back 340 million years, to the Mississippian or Early Carboniferous Period of the Paleozoic Era. In the original daily episodes of this podcast back in 2014, when we got to the Mississippian in June, I had a very brief episode about glaciers in Aust ...…
 
On today's episode of Felony Friday Aaron David Seidel joins host John Odermatt to share why he's fighting for Ohio Governor John Kasich to grant him a full pardon. In August of 2004 Aaron, at 18 years old, was convicted of one count of attempted murder, for the shooting of his then step-father. Aaron was sentenced to five years in prison, and ...…
 
New York's Citicorp Tower was an architectural sensation when it opened in 1977. But then engineer William LeMessurier realized that its unique design left it dangerously vulnerable to high winds. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the drama that followed as a small group of decision makers tried to ward off a ...…
 
This summer, Lucy Walker '19 and geosciences professor Meg Estapa investigated types of sediment traps placed in the ocean to determine a design that is best for collecting purely carbon samples and allowing few zooplankton inside. This tiny problem was a big project for Lucy, who spent her summer analyzing data samples, taking thousands of ima ...…
 
After The Riverina was shaken awake this morning... Whitto and Herbie chatted to Seismologist Dan Jackson from Geoscience Australia for all the facts and learnt a thing or two along the way!
 
After The Riverina was shaken awake this morning... Whitto and Herbie chatted to Seismologist Dan Jackson from Geoscience Australia for all the facts and learnt a thing or two along the way!
 
A conversation with Geosciences Professor Ben Surpless and English Professor Kelly Carlisle, based on their Trinity First Year Experience course called "Climate Changed"
 
Roy Huff is a Research Scientist, Author, and Teacher who has five degrees in four different disciplines spanning liberal arts, history, education, and geoscience. Huff is an optimist who overcame the hardship of a family plagued by severe poverty and mental illness. At age 17, he moved to Hawaii with $100 in his pocket to start a new life.Huff ...…
 
In this episode Shakira Brown a.k.a The Small Biz Whisperer speaks with life hacker entrepreneur and accidental author Roy Huff. Roy has an inspiring story. After graduating high school a year early, he moved to Hawaii at the age of seventeen with only $100 in his pocket to start a new life to escape the cycle of poverty in his family. He has s ...…
 
This week I sit with Dr. Ginny Catania to discuss her research into climate science. Her area of expertise is the study of ice sheet/glacier changes that arise from both natural and forced variability. For more insights into her research, please visit her website: http://www.catania-ice.org/
 
Recorded in Washington, DC, on June 27, 2017. SWF co-sponsored, with the National Space Weather Partnership, the 2017 the Space Weather Enterprise Forum. This year’s theme was "Implementing a National Space Weather Partnership.” The forum brought together a blended audience of space weather experts from both research and operations, space weath ...…
 
This week, we mix things up a bit. This joint show with the Don't Panic Geocast. This episode 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 cr ...…
 
This week, we mix things up a bit. This joint show with the Don't Panic Geocast. This episode 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 cr ...…
 
This week, we mix things up a bit. This joint show with the Don't Panic Geocast. This episode 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 cr ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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... The post Trace metals and thrash metal with Kaustubh Thirumalai ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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