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New from Snet: Lithologs
, a new tool to create lithological/sedimentological logs online..
Saturday, 13 February 2016
Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [04:11:29]
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There is a very noteworthy paper out today in Science about the teaching of climate science in America’s classrooms, and It’s open source, so non-subscribers can read it. The piece is excellent, so if you know are (or know) a teacher, please share it with them. The short summary of the Science paper, is that some teachers are telling students things about science that the facts just do not support, chief among
Sidney Hemming and her team have started examining their first sediment core from off southern Africa. It appears to contain about 6 million years of
Today I was reviewing my blog posts of 2015 in search for ideas for what topics to write more about. Going through the statistics I found three blog posts that received the most of attention since restarting [...]
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