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Explorations of Oxygen-Free Seas on the Oceanus (Part II: Clemens and Claudia)

 This is the second blog post of a series on Jennifer Glass’ experience at sea.Read the first part here. Six thousand feet below our ship, three tectonic plates are colliding. Like slow-moving conveyor belts, the Rivera and Cocos Plates creep under the North American Plate. Where the denser oceanic plates dip below the less dense continental crust, the Middle America Trench is formed. Tectonic…See More
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May 13
Jen Glass is now friends with vooderbar and Marc Robyn
May 12
Jen Glass posted a blog post

Explorations of Oxygen-Free Seas on the Oceanus (Part I)

Greetings from the Pacific Ocean! I am currently at sea for three weeks with an awesome team of astrobiologists, geochemists and molecular biologists. We are floating off the coast of western Mexico, about 100 miles west of Manzanillo, Mexico, on the Oregon State University research vessel Oceanus.Off to sample the Eastern Tropical North Pacific Oxygen Minimum Zone on R/V Oceanus! @GT_Sciences @NSF_GEO…See More
May 12
Jen Glass replied to Melissa Kirven-Brooks's discussion Harassment in the field? in the group Women in Astrobiology
"P.S. Sadly silence almost certainly doesn't mean immunity but rather that the community doesn't feel safe talking about this or is too crazy busy in the rat race to comment!!! It's certainly still happening & women in our…"
Jul 10, 2015
Jen Glass replied to Melissa Kirven-Brooks's discussion Harassment in the field? in the group Women in Astrobiology
"Melissa, thanks so much for initiating this important conversation! Our college at Georgia Tech has organized two seminars & also hosted the first author on that paper to speak about it. Also initiating codes of conducts for field work. So we…"
Jul 10, 2015
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Women in Astrobiology

Welcome! This is a fairly informal group created as a safe place to post/discuss topics in astrobiology that may have a gender component.  Note, this group is meant to be inclusive, you don’t have to be a woman to support women in astrobiology or care about issues like work-life satisfaction. For the moment I am mostly cross-posting professional development opportunities that come up on the Women in Planetary Science…See More
Jul 10, 2015
Jen Glass and Leila Battison are now friends
Jul 30, 2012
Jen Glass left a comment for Sara Imari Walker
"Hi Sara! I <3 your photo too! Thanks for all your amazing work to get SAGAN up and running! It's going to be a phenomenal resource."
Apr 20, 2012
Jen Glass left a comment for Marc Neveu
"Nice posters at AbSciCon! Sorry I didn't get a chance to talk to you during the poster session... are you still in Atlanta today?"
Apr 20, 2012
Jen Glass and Sara Imari Walker are now friends
Apr 20, 2012
Marc Neveu and Jen Glass are now friends
Apr 19, 2012
Sara Imari Walker left a comment for Jen Glass
"Nice profile pic Jen!"
Apr 19, 2012
Jen Glass left a comment for Amisha Poret-Peterson
"Hi Amisha! We miss you here!"
Apr 18, 2012

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Jen Glass's Blog

Explorations of Oxygen-Free Seas on the Oceanus (Part IV: Methane)

Posted on May 21, 2017 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

WHAT’S UP WITH METHANE IN OMZs?

Guest post by Abbie Johnson

This is the fourth and final blog post of a series.

Here are links to the first, second and…

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Explorations of Oxygen-Free Seas on the Oceanus (Part III: Nitrogen)

Posted on May 21, 2017 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

This is the third blog post of a series on Jennifer Glass’ experience at sea.

Read previous posts here and here

“Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.”…

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Explorations of Oxygen-Free Seas on the Oceanus (Part II: Clemens and Claudia)

Posted on May 17, 2017 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

 This is the second blog post of a series on Jennifer Glass’ experience at sea.

Read the first part here.

 

Six thousand feet below our ship, three tectonic plates are colliding. Like slow-moving conveyor belts, the Rivera and Cocos Plates creep under the North American Plate. Where the denser oceanic plates…

Continue

Explorations of Oxygen-Free Seas on the Oceanus (Part I)

Posted on May 12, 2017 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Greetings from the Pacific Ocean! I am currently at sea for three weeks with an awesome team of astrobiologists, geochemists and molecular biologists. We are floating off the coast of western Mexico, about 100 miles west of Manzanillo, Mexico, on the Oregon State University research vessel Oceanus.

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At 5:55pm on April 24, 2012, Melissa Kirven-Brooks gave Jen Glass a gift
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At 2:16pm on April 19, 2012, Sara Imari Walker said…

Nice profile pic Jen!

At 11:07am on April 16, 2012, Amisha Poret-Peterson said…

Hi Jen! Sorry, I'll miss you at AbSciCon

 
 
 

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