Podcasts from the USGS

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With the tagline, “It’s natural science from the inside out”, the USGS has made available a series of podcasts they are calling Corecasts.  Each podcasts is relatively short (ranging from two to fifteen minutes in length) and addresses a range of topics such as “When is an Earthquake not an Earthquake?”, “Polar Bear Research”, and a series of podcasts dedicated to Earth Sciences week.  The series also includes a monthly roundup covering the previous month’s hazards from around the world.  You can sign up to receive an email alerting you whenever a new corecast is posted to the site or subscribe to a feed via RSS or iTunes. 


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  1. Just came across your site—I work on podcasts (including CoreCast) at the USGS, and I wanted to thank you for plugging us here. Keep listening, and check out usgs.gov/podcasts for more CoreCasts and for CoreFacts, our new short and sweet daily science Q&A podcast!

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