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KAUST and Cerebras Named Gordon Bell Award Finalist for Solving Multi-Dimensional Seismic Processing at Record-Breaking Speeds

The Huntsville Item 20 Sep 2023
This work will unlock world-changing advancements across climate and weather modeling, computational astronomy, wireless communication, seismic imaging and more,” said Andrew Feldman, co-founder and CEO of Cerebras Systems ... KAUST is a catalyst for innovation, economic development and social prosperity in Saudi Arabia and the world.

Aston Bay and American West Metals Announce Field Season Summary for Storm Copper Project, Canada

The Eagle-Tribune 14 Sep 2023
... sulfide) mineralization as predicted by both the geological and geophysical models - the discovery has similarities to the world-class copper belts in Central Africa and BotswanaConfirmation of geophysical methods effective at targeting sediment-hosted copper mineralization.

Planetary Weapons and Military Weather Modification: Chemtrails, Atmospheric Geoengineering and Environmental Warfare

GlobalResearch 14 Sep 2023
Likewise, how easy would it be for a nation with decades of experience in modifying the weather and in triggering geophysical events to create the problem of climate change (or exaggerate its significance) to induce the world into approving, even demanding, geoengineering? With ...

Death toll from Morocco earthquake tops 2,900

Anadolu Agency 12 Sep 2023
The quake was the strongest to hit the North African country in a century, according to Morocco’s National Geophysical Institute. The earthquake has caused massive damage in the ancient city of Marrakech, a UNESCO World Heritage site ... *Writing by Ahmed Asmar and Mahmoud Barakat .

India’s G20 Working Group on Disaster Risk Reduction is a significant step toward an inclusive, safer, collective future

Financial Express 12 Sep 2023
Across the world, ever larger scales of lives, livelihoods, and infrastructure are exposed to geophysical hazards such as tsunamis and earthquakes, and to increasingly frequent and intense extreme climate and weather events. In an interconnected world, these leave no country and no economy untouched.

UPSC Key\u201411 September, 2023: G20 New Delhi Leaders\u2019 Declaration, African Union and Moroccan Earthquake

Indian Express 11 Sep 2023
The last chapter on \u201cCreating a More Inclusive World\u201d, has two important elements ... With 54 member countries as signatories, AfCFTA is the world\u2019s largest new free trade area since the establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1994 ... US President Joe Biden had called it the Build Back Better World (B3W) framework.

India’s G20 DRR Working Group advances global cooperation

Hindustan Times 07 Sep 2023
In a world increasingly exposed to geophysical hazards and extreme climate events, international cooperation on disaster risk management has become imperative ... Presidency, bringing together the world’s largest economies to address global resilience to disasters and climate risks.

Firms see shortage of mining graduates

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 02 Sep 2023
"There are too few graduates filling needs.". The waning interest is clear in some of the world's key mining jurisdictions. At the Colorado School of Mines, total enrollment in mining, geophysical and geological engineering undergraduate degree courses last year was down about 35% from almost a decade ago ... U.K ... Coping with fewer workers isn't new ... .

The Great Dying: What Caused Earth's Biggest Extinction Event?

IFL Science 29 Aug 2023
Of the extinction events, the Cretaceous mass extinction event that put an end to the non-avian dinosaurs is not even the largest ... Could the biggest extinction event the world has seen have been caused by microbes?. Daniel Rothman, Professor of Geophysics at MIT, and his team noticed the rise of a certain microbe around the time of the extinction ... .

New Zealand wastewater pipe dig reveals "fossil treasure trove" 28 Aug 2023
At least 10 previously unknown species will be described and named in future research, according to the study published by the New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics ... "At that time, sea level was slightly higher than it is today as the world was also several degrees warmer than now.

UPSC Key\u201428 August, 2023: Ethical use of AI, Basic Structure of the Constitution and El Ni\u00f1o Impacts

Indian Express 28 Aug 2023
\u2022 What\u2019s the ongoing story-With the expanding geography of dengue infections \u2014 in India as well as the world \u2014 an increasing need has been felt for an effective vaccine that can protect against all four serotypes. Nearly half the population of the world lives at risk of the disease at present.

Indonesia’s tropical ‘Eternity Glaciers’ could vanish within a few years, experts warn

The Guardian 25 Aug 2023
... 2026 or sooner, as an El Niño weather pattern lengthens the dry season, the country’s geophysics agency has said.

El Nino could doom Indonesia's rare tropical glaciers by 2026

The Jakarta Post 23 Aug 2023
Two of the world's few tropical glaciers in Indonesia are melting, their ice under threat to vanish by 2026 or sooner, as an El ...

Indonesia’s tropical glaciers melting

Business Day 23 Aug 2023
Jakarta — Two of the world’s few tropical glaciers in Indonesia are melting, their ice under threat to vanish by 2026 or sooner, as an El Nino weather pattern lengthens the dry season in the southeast Asian nation, its geophysics agency said on Wednesday ... Indonesia is the world’s top exporter of coal, and aims to reach net-zero emissions by 2060.

My Word | What would people from other worlds think of earthlings?

Times Standard 23 Aug 2023
At the world’s largest scientific gathering, the American Geophysical Union, last December, the cry was “out of the lab and into the streets!” Frustrated scientists proposed a strike, claiming that the science-society contract is broken, and they were simply “throwing ...

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