As I grow up in the research world, making my research open becomes increasingly important. "Open research" is research conducted in a transparent and open way to make research methods and products as accessible as possible. Essentially, it's research with a spirit of generosity. Publishing in open-access journals, making research data and software freely available, … Continue reading Open Sesame!
Hace unas semanas tenía el placer de asistir a un conversatorio dado por el recién formado Grupo de Vulcanología de la Sociedad Geológica de Chile. El conversatorio tuvo como objetivo el intercambio de las maneras en que se puede fomentar conocimiento de riesgos volcánicos en la sociedad. Dado que la Sociedad Geológica de Chile es … Continue reading Primer Conversatorio: Volcanología y sociedad
Last month, I had the opportunity to participate in several outreach events around Bristol. With Cotham School Science Club, I made baking soda volcanoes and played risk with party poppers; I gave an interview on the Love & Science BCfm Radio show (May 15th podcast); I prepared for Bristol Doctoral College's "Research without Borders" Showcase … Continue reading What is the purpose of outreach?
The fourth eruption of 2017 of Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala, began in the morning of Thursday 4th May. The national monitoring institute, INSIVUMEH, released several special bulletins providing information as the eruption progressed. The early stages included the development of two lava flows, in the Santa Teresa and Las Lajas river valleys; by 21:30 local … Continue reading Notes from the field
This is my third blog post in 2017. I know, I know! I began the year with such good intentions: I wanted to publish once a month, and to write consistently from Guatemala. Now it is spring in Bristol, and the blossoms are already falling from the cherry trees. I returned from Guatemala over a … Continue reading A Snapshot of Guatemala
La versión español de mi último post.
Note - I begin each year with a plan; with a resolve that dissolves by the middle of Jan. My New Year’s Resolution is to have fewer resolutions. My other resolutions are also good. One of them is to write more frequently. I hope you enjoy this new blog and its contents! I recently returned … Continue reading A volcanologist is for life, not just for crises