Seeking an #Internship in #Geophysics |Cherche un #Stage en #Géophysique

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Seeking a 5- to 6- months industry-oriented internship in applied (marine) geophysics or remote sensing, and machine learning or signal processing for the period April-Sept. 2018.

Your help is very much appreciated. You can contact me, tweet to me @astrobob_tk, leave a comment below or simply share this status.

Thank you

Je cherche un stage de fin d’etude en geophysique (marine) a partir de Avril 2018.

Votre aide est très appréciée. Vous pouvez me contacter, tweeter à @astrobob_tk, laisser un commentaire ci-dessous ou simplement partager ce statut.

Merci

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Quickly find a LaTeX symbol

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via: TeX @ SO

eVscope – the most innovative amateur telescope so far

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via: Kickstarter

Real-time Collaborative Coding with Github’s Teletype for Atom

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Github announced today the Teletype package for Atom, package for real-time collaborative coding. Below is an animation and video of how it works.

https://camo.githubusercontent.com/6ca046b659fe0960dae68750a17577f97a0f6500/687474703a2f2f626c6f672e61746f6d2e696f2f696d672f706f7374732f74656c65747970652f636f64652d746f6765746865722e676966

via Github blog

 

 

Remove Exif data from Images in Linux, How to

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Images usually contain metadata referred to as exif data. Nowadays this includes your camera or phone name and model. Also the location where the image was taken is also included if the GPS is enabled and you did not turn off geo-tagging.

Here’s how such exif data looks like (excluding location which I have disabled):

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Borehol NMR – an MRI for Earth’s subsurface

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source: Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR): a valuable tool for environmental site management, doi:10.5066/F73J3BW0, USGS

Global (SRTM) Bathymetry Map

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The following is an 20x downsampled SRTM global bathymetry map made with Python and Basemap.

Full resolution can be found on wikimedia.

One can notice the depth of the ocean floor, on a global scale, ranges between -2000 and -6000 meters. In some regions though like the Pacific exceed this range and reach 11 kilometers below the sea surface. One such region is the deepest point on Earth, the Mariana trench as shown below followed by a map for a perspective of its location.

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Location of the Mariana trench. Wikimedia commons.