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Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Caves in the Coast Ranges? Really? And a National Park? A Peek at Pinnacles 

Geotripper [07:46:00]  recommend  recommend this post  (9 visits) info
Bear Gulch Cave at Pinnacles National Park California's Coast Ranges hide some real gems (literally: check out benitoite, for instance). One of my favorites is also the nation's newest national park: Pinnacles National Park. The park was first established as a national monument by Teddy Roosevelt in 1908, and given national park status in 2013. The park preserves the spire-like remains of

Readers! Help me out with Geology Underfoot in Western Washington!!! 

Northwest Geology Field Trips [05:53:05]  recommend  recommend this post  (13 visits) info
I need some help from you! One of the chapters in my book, Geology Underfoot in Western Washington is about the beautiful Golden Horn granite at Washington Pass. The chapter describes how granitic magma rises through the crust. The tentative title was ‘How Does Granite Rise in the Crust”? My editor at Mountain Press, James

Funny, Scary, Fascinating, and Geeky. What You Missed in Science This Week. 

Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [04:28:24]  recommend  recommend this post  (12 visits) info
I am going to start doing a weekend post here with links and images from the world of geek that caught my eye this week. First up is Will Marshall and the TED talk below. Data is the fuel that science runs on, [...] | Impressum