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AEG call for field trip guidebooks
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The Communications Committee is putting together an inventory of the AEG Field Trip Guidebooks you or your section has in either printed (paper) or electronic format (scanned, on CD, etc). To assist with obtaining this information, we have put together a short online form.

Please enter titles one at a time into the form. A pdf attachment that shows step-by-step instructions on how to enter information is available here. If you have any additional questions, feel free to email the Communications Committee.

Our goal is to potentially offer guidebooks for download to our membership, so the first step is to see which ones exist.

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Modeling the instantaneous response of glaciers after ice shelf collapse
British Antarctic Survey via Phys.org
In February 2002, satellite images from a remote location in Antarctica revealed how an immense volume of floating ice, up to 1 kilometer thick, suddenly collapsed. Over the course of a few weeks, 3,300 kilometers of the Larsen B Ice Shelf shattered and drifted out into the open ocean, leaving behind a large number of neighboring mountain glaciers now exposed to the ocean.
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Researchers explain why the Greenwich Prime Meridian moved
University of Virginia
In 1884, a delegation of international representatives convened in Washington, D.C. to recommend that Earth's prime meridian — the north-south line marking zero degrees longitude — should pass through the Airy Transit Circle at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England. But modern navigators, mapmakers, surveyors and London tourists now find that zero longitude runs 334 feet east of the telescope, according to GPS receivers. Why?
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