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March eNews
Celebrating Women in Science
International Day of Women and Girls in Science at NTU
To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, NTU featured the female researchers of the Geodesy Group at Earth Observatory of Singapore on their social media pages. Led by Associate Professor Emma Hill (second from right), the team analyses satellite and GPS data to understand the phenomena caused by climate change such as sea-level rise and natural disasters in South and Southeast Asia. Their research helps communities in these regions live more safely in the face of natural hazards.
 
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Research Focus: Hazards, Risk, and Society
What are the Benefits of Sustainable Palm Oil?
Arguably one of the world’s most versatile vegetable oil, palm oil is widely used in the production of foodstuff, biofuels, soaps, and cosmetics. While it is often pinpointed as one of the causes of deforestation, fires, and haze, palm oil can be sustainable. We talk to Assistant Professor Janice Lee about her recent study on the benefits of sustainable palm oil.
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How are Singapore's Past Disasters Linked to its Future Resilience?
Singapore is known as one of the safest places in the world and is a curious choice for a case study on disaster risk reduction. Research Fellow Yolanda Lin talks about her recent studies which present a new framework for preempting surprise when a natural hazard occurs.
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EOS Insights: Japan Earthquake
What Caused the Strong Shaking of the Japan Mw 7.1 Earthquake?
Dr Lauriane Chardot shares insights by EOS scientists about the magnitude-7.1 earthquake that struck Japan on 13 February.
 
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EOS-ASE Seminar Series
Dr Gayatri Indah Marliyani 
Dr Gayatri discusses the challenges of studying active faults in Indonesia and how the Covid-19 pandemic has added complexity to their existing challenges. She lays out some possibilities and adaptation strategies that may help us to overcome the challenges such as limited travel and mobility during data collection, as well as delays to sample processing and analysis.
 
Professor Andrea Dutton
During the week of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, and in the midst of an ever growing climate crisis, Prof Dutton reflects on where we are as Earth Scientists. She shares her perspective, as a woman in a dominantly male discipline, and as someone who studies climate change and sea-level rise and regularly engages with the public on those issues.
 
Upcoming Seminars

23 Mar: Prof Xuemei Bai, Australian National University.
30 Mar: Asst Prof Fiona Williamson, Singapore Management University.
6 Apr: Dr Meghna Krishnadas, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India.

13 Apr: Prof Nick Rawlinson, University of Cambridge.
Find out more about our distinguished speakers and the topics they'll be talking about by following us on Twitter or by clicking the button below.
 
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Latest Publications
Research by the EOS Climate Group

Sea level under climate change: Understanding the links between the past and the future published in Climanosco Research Articles.

Research by the EOS Hazards, Risk, and Society Group

Using theory and evidence to design behaviour change interventions for reducing unsustainable wildlife consumption published in People and Nature.

The value of China's ban on wildlife trade and consumption published in Nature Sustainability.

Islamisation and the Formation of Vernacular Muslim Material Culture in 15th-Century Northern Sumatra published in Indonesia and the Malay World.

Research by the EOS Tectonics Group

Building the Himalaya from tectonic to earthquake scales published in Nature Reviews Earth and Environment.

Crustal Rotation and Fluids: Factors for the 2019 Ridgecrest Earthquake Sequence? published in Geophysical Research Letters.

Deriving Centimeter-Level Coseismic Deformation and Fault Geometries of Small-To-Moderate Earthquakes From Time-Series Sentinel-1 SAR Images published in Frontiers in Earth Science.

Research by the EOS Volcano Group

Tephra deposit inversion by coupling Tephra2 with the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm: algorithm introduction and demonstration with synthetic datasets published in Journal of Applied Volcanology.

Andesitic (SiO2: ~60 wt%) monogenetic volcanism in the northern Colombian Andes: Crystallisation history of three Quaternary volcanoes published in Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research.

 
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