Dr Tom Gernon (@TMGernon )

Dr Tom Gernon

Bio Associate Professor in Earth Science at the University of Southampton, and Fellow of the Turing Institute. Opinions are all my own. 🇮🇪 in 🇬🇧
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Twitter Web App : This looks far superior to my data management style, which looks more like manuscript-v16-final_ACTUAL_FINAL_March02_final.docx twitter.com/KiraHoeffler/s…

Twitter Web App : Very exciting paper led by Michael E. Mann showing that multidecadal oscillations in the preindustrial era are tied to pulses of volcanism twitter.com/ScienceMagazin…

Twitter Web App : JOB ALERT! We are looking for a new Lecturer in #Geology with a focus on #Petrology. Great opportunity to join a thriving Petrology research group with fantastic facilities (bristol.ac.uk/earthsciences/…).


Twitter Web App : Celebrating #Geology University of Southampton which is now ranked top 50 globally and 8th in the UK. Geophysics, and Earth and Marine Science also placed in the global top 100!

Congratulations to everyone in the School of Ocean and Earth Science #QSWUR 👏


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Twitter Web App : I'd be genuinely intrigued to hear from editors (Michael White) on the feasibility of a universal manuscript submission format followed up by a formatted version - if the paper is selected for peer review 🤔

Twitter Web App : What an amazingly comprehensive and interactive explanation on the weakening of the Gulf Stream, from The New York Times


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Twitter Web App : Editors are clearly struggling to find enough reviewers - because academics are stretched. Publishers need to recognise this, and help make things more efficient for authors wherever possible. Streamlining paper submission would free up time to review for them..


Twitter Web App : Every year, authors waste millions of hours changing manuscript formats to fit specific journals. If publishers agreed to a universal submission format, this time wouldn't be lost. If the editor approves of your work, *then* they ask you to format it. Ideas?#AcademicChatter

Twitter Web App : “Everywhere you look on Earth, you see something new:” Satellite fleets may soon be able to detect daily or even hourly surface changes at just about every patch of ground on Earth.

Meet InSAR: fcld.ly/eb52kpw #LongReads News from Science