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From the inaccessible depths of the terrestrial interior to the vast reaches of our galaxy, our planet and the natural systems surrounding it provide important clues to the course of our future. At MIT's Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS), we examine the history and interactions of these systems in order to predict future events and states with greater accuracy.


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Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Part Two)

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Pa...

MIT Museum

Added 1 month ago | 00:26:53 | 260 views

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Most fossils are too small to see since most of life’s history is microbial. However it is possible to identify signatures of microbial life in rocks. Find out what they tell us, and how might we use them to recognize life elsewhere. An...

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Part One)

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Pa...

MIT Museum

Added 1 month ago | 00:36:50 | 397 views

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Most fossils are too small to see since most of life’s history is microbial. However it is possible to identify signatures of microbial life in rocks. Find out what they tell us, and how might we use them to recognize life elsewhere. An...

Fourth Annual John Carlson Lecture

Fourth Annual John Carlson Lecture

Lorenz Center

Added 1 month ago | 01:06:57 | 489 views

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Peter Hale Molnar - Professor of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder, and fellow, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, Boulder, CO "Big Cats, Panamá, and Armadillos: A Story of Climate and Lif...

Soapbox: Origins of Life on Earth

Soapbox: Origins of Life on Earth

MIT Museum

Added 1 month ago | 01:14:14 | 685 views

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Origins of Life on Earth Discover what we can we infer about the origin of life from the genomes of living organisms and what the geological record tell us about the Earth's environments during life’s beginnings. What does this mean for ...

Introducing: Geochemist - Prof. Shuhei Ono

Introducing: Geochemist - Prof. Shu...

Added 5 months ago | 00:07:50 | 180 views

Shuhei Ono is an assistant Professor of Geochemistry in EAPS at MIT. He is a low temperature geochemist with particular expertise in stable isotopes. Because stable isotopes remain unaltered over an extreme range of conditions, they prov...

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Collection details

Category
Science
Language
English
Location
Bldg. 54
Website
Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, MIT (eapsweb.mit.edu)

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