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Deanna Catto @deecat95
Today was very thought provoking with lectures by John Mavrogenes, Toshi Nagata, Chuya Shinzato & Ryoji Sato. [1/5] 👩‍🎓#GeoHazardsNCP18

Prof. John Mavrogenes on Volcanology

Deanna Catto @deecat95
Japan has LOADS of tectonic activity 🌋 Ash from volatile-rich eruptions can spread in the atmosphere. Scary! [2/5] #GeohazardsNCP18
Connor @ConnorSkeels
Day 2 is done and dusted with lectures from experts in volcanoes, fisheries and ocean circulation in Japan, and coral reefs. Great to hear about volcanoes as we will soon be heading to mt Fuji and putting this knowledge into the real world #geohazardsncp18 @anuearthscience pic.twitter.com/LxCIe4ky1g
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NiJOSHongo @NiJOSHongo
First lecture by ANU Prof. John Mavrogenes on #PlateTectonics, #volcanology & #Geology A very engaging overview of our global geology! #GeohazardsNCP18 @scienceANU @anuearthscience @ANU_CPAS @ourANU pic.twitter.com/DbPecGZ4sw
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NiJOSHongo @NiJOSHongo
Lecture 2 by Prof. Mavrogenes! Beautiful photos taken of bleach stained Pyrite, showing bands caused by repeated fluid build up and release during seismic events. #geology #GeohazardsNCP18 @scienceANU @anuearthscience @ANU_CPAS @ourANU pic.twitter.com/poORIvUgor
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Hana Ogilvie @HanaOgilvie
The first full day of the #geohazardsncp18 trip and we were treated to five lectures. Fisheries, climate change, volcanism, artificial intelligence and coral reefs were the main topics of… instagram.com/p/BnTcXp0FWzX/…
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Narumi @na_aori
2日目は講義デー。最初はANUのJohn Mavrogenes教授による#火山 の講義。日本は海洋プレートが大陸プレートの下に沈み込んでいる「沈み込み帯」に当たり、特に火山の多い場所。「こんなところに人が住んでいるなんて…!」とのこと @ANU_CPAS @anuearthscience #GeoHazardsNCP18 pic.twitter.com/b63IlsdnZB
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Prof. Toshi Nagata on Fisheries

NiJOSHongo @NiJOSHongo
Lecture 3 by Prof Toshi Nagata on behalf of Prof Kazuhiro Kogure.Saddened😥 to learn about the 2011 #Earthquake & #Tsunami #fishing #japan #GeohazardsNCP18 @scienceANU @anuearthscience @ANU_CPAS @ourANU pic.twitter.com/RUd2ewY1YA
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Deanna Catto @deecat95
#Tohoku: an eg of AORI & fishermen responding to disaster together. Pollutants + water changes affect both @ANU_CPAS #GeohazardsNCP18 [3/5] pic.twitter.com/HywCWFs40u
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Georgia Elliott @GeorgiaKate248
Learning about fluctuations in fish production and consumption 🐠 Consumption worldwide has risen with the influence of trade and culture, while in Japan it’s going down with the increased availability of meat (Including Australian beef!) #GeoHazardsNCP18 @NewColomboPlan @dfat pic.twitter.com/2a6glSh6yK
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NiJOSHongo @NiJOSHongo
Prof Nagata also explained abt the difficulties in getting the town to host research instruments & build trust with fishermen who work at night & sleep in the day(tough to meet!😂)Great that fishermen can use the data now! #GeohazardsNCP18 @scienceANU @anuearthscience @ANU_CPAS pic.twitter.com/jU9oVkDlEx
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Kate T @KateTNCP
I often tell students visiting @StromloANU about @ourANU students who lost their theses and research in the 2003 #Canberra fires. So sad to hear today many #AORI students in #Japan lost theirs too in the #2011tsunami wreckage #GeohazardsNCP18 @scienceANU pic.twitter.com/wzbTJTNae4
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Prof. Chuya Shinzato on Coral reef

Laura Ting @laura_ting
Like Australia, Japan’s coral reefs have also been severely affected by coral bleaching. This occurs when ocean temperatures rise, causing the coral to expel its algae and turns white. Researchers at #AORI have been working hard to conserve and preserve our reefs #GeoHazardsNCP18 pic.twitter.com/XdAuROAkpJ
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NiJOSHongo @NiJOSHongo
Stunning slides by Prof Chuya Shinzato to illustrate the diversity of #corals in southern Japan!Similary numbers of different species as the #GreatBarrierReef! Sad😥 that #coralbleaching is bad here too. #GeohazardsNCP18 @scienceANU @anuearthscience @ANU_CPAS pic.twitter.com/kgf3HbpMsj
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Deanna Catto @deecat95
Coral reefs need special conditions to exist- they’re the most diverse ecosystems on earth! Rising water temp is 👎😱 #GeoHazardsNCP18 [4/5] pic.twitter.com/d2l2juihhY
Luke @luke_hillsley
Imagine not having to reapply sunscreen in summer! Genomic analysis of coral has revealed they can make their own sunscreen…but coral isn't invincible! Anthropogenic forces still exist, so awareness & action is crucial! #GeoHazardsNCP18 @anuearthscience @NewColomboPlan @ANU_CPAS pic.twitter.com/hj7tiLaxA6
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Hannah Griffiths @ncpjapan_hannah
Today we had a series of lectures at #AORI about volcanoes, fisheries, coral reefs and Artificial Intelligence. Later we headed out to have some udon for dinner. On the way back to the hotel we found a friendly mantid! #GeohazardsNCP18 @ourANU @anuearthscience @scienceANU @dfat pic.twitter.com/udgXErB4eM
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Short lecture by Prof. Yusuke Yokoyama on Paleoclimatology

NiJOSHongo @NiJOSHongo
Tree rings correlated with significant events/eras in Japanese history. This tree was over 400 years old when it was felled in a #typhoon in Nagoya in the mid 20th century! #Japan #History #JapaneseHistory #GeohazardsNCP18 @scienceANU @anuearthscience @ANU_CPAS @ourANU pic.twitter.com/bi67evrbAV
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