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Scroll down for the #phdchat conversation report for June 17th, 2019 EST.

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#phdchat for June 17th, 2019EST

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6th

coming together

When it comes to participants, we ranked 6th among 400 conversations.

6th

participating

In terms of the number of posts, we ranked 6th out of 400 conversations that took place.

4th

amplification

This conversation ranked 4th out of 400 in terms of the amplification of ideas & content.

how we participated. Here's how participants reacted & engaged each other

Reactions
68%

Amplified

There were 336 reshares, 68% of posts, during the course of the conversation.

1%

Engaged

1% of participants in this conversation engaged each other 5 times.

24%

Content

24% of participants in this conversation shared a total of 21 unique pieces of content.

quick facts.

Here are the basic facts of the conversation for for June 17th, 2019.

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meet the influencers the movers and shakers of #phdchat

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the top of the list. Top influencers in the chat

IMPACT
@schmitte

@schmitte

Elizabeth Schmitt
American Politics PhD candidate @UofA | Studying female candidates running for elected office | Loves ballet, classical music and knitting.

@WriteThatPhD

@WriteThatPhD

Write That PhD
Resources to help you 'write that PhD' (or assist someone else to make progress with theirs). Tweets by Dr Mel, Education Manager, @digihealthcrc

@zra_research

@zra_research

Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana, Ph.D.
race and urban sociologist, methods geek, Baltimore native, AP. http://practicalphd.net creator. views my own.

about the participants. let's take a look at everyone who show'd up

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top professions what are they doing when they're not in #phdchat

insight

  the top participating professions
out of 57 total

research
academic
professor
writing
historian

gender an estimation of what the gender break down looks like
= 1 men or women

insight

Women

Men

about the content. the best content that was shared

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Palaeo-earthquakes, tectonics and seismic hazard of the Philippine Fault - The London NERC DTP
The Philippine islands record rapid, active oblique subduction of the Philippine Sea Plate below eastern Sundaland. The strike-slip component of subduction is accommodated by the sinistral Philippine Fault, a complex post-Miocene structure 1200 km long slipping at 20-40 mm/yr (e.g. Aurelio, 2000). In 1990 one of the largest strike-slip earthquakes ever recorded (Mw 7.7) occurred on the fault 100 km north of Manila, generating 6 m displacement (Nakata et al., 1990). Holocene activity along the fault remains poorly documented (Yeats, 2012), despite the fault’s tectonic significance and proximity to several densely populated cities. This project will involve systematic palaeoseismic trenching and geomorphic mapping along the Philippine Fault, including 14C dating of key horizons to date slip events. The aims are to identify active, creeping and inactive fault segments, extent and size of palaeoearthquakes, estimate recurrence intervals and to model Coulomb stress changes along the fault.

chat growth how is #phdchat growing over time?

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