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We looked inside some of the tweets by @CommsEarth and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
10 hours
Average replies
0
Average retweets
9
Average likes
29
Tweets with photos
47 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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Grasslands and forests respond differently to changes in rainfall variability in a changing climate @ching_garcia

https://t.co/QRpRayi0Co https://t.co/Wv2Sb30BXD

Grasslands and forests respond differently to changes in rainfall variability in a changing climate @ching_garcia https://t.co/QRpRayi0Co https://t.co/Wv2Sb30BXD

In autumn, the amount of chlorophyll being broken down and replaced in the leaves slows down. This reveals many other chemicals in the leaves that were hidden by the presence of the dominant green chlorophyll 🍃 This brings us the beautiful shades of autumn 🍂 https://t.co/9u8pqDPy4o

In autumn, the amount of chlorophyll being broken down and replaced in the leaves slows down. This reveals many other chemicals in the leaves that were hidden by the presence of the dominant green chlorophyll 🍃 This brings us the beautiful shades of autumn 🍂 https://t.co/9u8pqDPy4o

A sharp increase in humanity’s influence on the Earth system occurred around 1950 CE and likely represents the dawn of the Anthropocene Epoch @rleinf

Read the article:
https://t.co/uQKADHOLh0

and see the authors' thoughts in their Behind the Paper:
https://t.co/Oa4gFxCJtB https://t.co/nqXwwWTlxq

A sharp increase in humanity’s influence on the Earth system occurred around 1950 CE and likely represents the dawn of the Anthropocene Epoch @rleinf Read the article: https://t.co/uQKADHOLh0 and see the authors' thoughts in their Behind the Paper: https://t.co/Oa4gFxCJtB https://t.co/nqXwwWTlxq

Researching #Earth, environmental or planetary sciences? @CommsEarth is now publishing content. Browse fully open access research on #climate, natural hazards, energy and much more: https://t.co/6InnaV0Uwv

One-year lead prediction of South China tropical cyclone number, based on subsurface ocean temperatures. @Grantham_IC @imperialcollege 

https://t.co/LgpmW3YTi3 https://t.co/JTXPqoNC12

One-year lead prediction of South China tropical cyclone number, based on subsurface ocean temperatures. @Grantham_IC @imperialcollege https://t.co/LgpmW3YTi3 https://t.co/JTXPqoNC12

"This is the first time that scientists have documented humanity's geological footprint on such a comprehensive scale in a single publication", Press release for the launch of our new #AWG-paper by @EurekAlert of AAAS: https://t.co/wdy1kCjtmH https://t.co/VkxTHMHKAX

We are happy to welcome Jan Lenaerts @lenaertsjan from the University of Colorado, Boulder @CUBoulderATOC to our editorial board @CommsEarth He will be covering papers on polar climate.

.@TrappLab from @LMU_Muenchen show that formose sugars on meteorites could have been formed via a water-free, mechanochemical reaction catalyzed by a variety of mineral classes. @emergenceoflife @mpi_astro https://t.co/SHf6pe8IXt https://t.co/a8Z3TNaYW4

.@TrappLab from @LMU_Muenchen show that formose sugars on meteorites could have been formed via a water-free, mechanochemical reaction catalyzed by a variety of mineral classes. @emergenceoflife @mpi_astro https://t.co/SHf6pe8IXt https://t.co/a8Z3TNaYW4

Quoted @rezvanbehbahani

and a subtle clarification on the original @CommsEarth tweet: we don't identify anything in the imagery beyond its original resolution. We rather perform a more detailed and accurate segmentation on high-resolution imagery.

Thanks for the clarification, and apologies! https://t.co/gAt9rGXmay

To manage Antarctic krill sustainably, we must first understand its ecology.
@psycho_kriller  @Dale_Masch

https://t.co/7QaPBbaARh https://t.co/V7WOLC0qAt

To manage Antarctic krill sustainably, we must first understand its ecology. @psycho_kriller @Dale_Masch https://t.co/7QaPBbaARh https://t.co/V7WOLC0qAt

We are pleased to announce that Christophe Kinnard from Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières @UQTR has joined the editorial board @CommsEarth where he will handle manuscripts on glacier-climate interactions

Dynamic ice loss from the Greenland Ice Sheet driven by sustained glacier retreat Explore the first research published by @CommsEarth #planetaryscience https://t.co/jzI2joLUwl

Join us at Nature Careers Live: Today from 12-1pm (UK time): https://t.co/QfTLCGvff1 Virtually meet the editors of Comms Earth in this Live Chat. Looking forward to talking to you!

Small icebergs – so far below the detection & resolution limit of satellites - comprise a significant fraction of icebergs in Greenland fjords. @rezvanbehbahani @leigh_stearns @Shankar_Sid @planetlabs @CReSIS @KUGeology

https://t.co/I53QYGWZee https://t.co/R25rZ4VLCR

Small icebergs – so far below the detection & resolution limit of satellites - comprise a significant fraction of icebergs in Greenland fjords. @rezvanbehbahani @leigh_stearns @Shankar_Sid @planetlabs @CReSIS @KUGeology https://t.co/I53QYGWZee https://t.co/R25rZ4VLCR

Why should you apply for an early career researcher training grant? Check out the blog post from @CommsEarth associate editor @JoeAslin, which has info on eligibility and guidelines: https://t.co/D2xhx5tg4e From @CommsBio, @CommsChem, @CommsPhys, @CommsMaterials and @CommsEarth.

Empirical bias corrections in climate models based on historical data improve future projections of climate change. @IGE_Grenoble @CNRS @UGrenobleAlpes 

https://t.co/FKy7YuyWb0 https://t.co/r5jXjNGqMG

Empirical bias corrections in climate models based on historical data improve future projections of climate change. @IGE_Grenoble @CNRS @UGrenobleAlpes https://t.co/FKy7YuyWb0 https://t.co/r5jXjNGqMG

Welcome to Joy Merwin Monteiro from IISER Pune @IISERPune who has joined the editorial board @CommsEarth He will handle research in the fields of weather and climate

To buy or not to buy - a skipass. Learn how Yoshi Chikamoto got curious about how to predict Colorado droughts. https://t.co/VgWOkQhI82 #BehindThePaper post for https://t.co/17YzvJmKXS https://t.co/z3Mt5xtfK9

To buy or not to buy - a skipass. Learn how Yoshi Chikamoto got curious about how to predict Colorado droughts. https://t.co/VgWOkQhI82 #BehindThePaper post for https://t.co/17YzvJmKXS https://t.co/z3Mt5xtfK9

We are pleased to announce that Yinon Rudich from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot @WeizmannScience as a new member of our editorial board @CommsEarth He will handle manuscripts on aerosols and atmospheric chemistry

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