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I discovered that DigitalGlobe have recently held their contest for the best satellite image and GeoEye have issued their 2012 calendar images. Both are stunning galleries of our planet’s surface, natural landscapes and manmade features, but my [...]
A few years back I wrote a post entitled ‘Tyrannosaurus vs Giganotosaurus’ as I happened to have permission to post a lovely photo comparing the skulls of each and a leftover image of my own of various big theropods. Perhaps inevitably this has [...]
Schon am 5. Dezember letzten Jahres, dem Weltbodentag, wurde der Niedermoorboden als Boden des Jahres 2012 vorgestellt.
Moore, lange Zeit für Menschen recht ungastliche Orte, sind in der jüngeren Vergangenheit ein klein wenig unter die [...]
A note from the national office of NAGT:NAGT Scholarships for Field StudyNAGT offers $500 scholarships for students to attend field-based courses at any time of the year. In addition, the Association of Women Geologists sponsors two additional [...]
Well, sorry, no, this is just too easy: guess “World’s biggest bunker!” or “World’s biggest sand trap!” (depending on which side of the Atlantic your golfing perspective comes from), and you’d be – predictably – spot on. When I [...]
Es gibt ein berühmtes Bild unserer Erde, welches wahrscheinlich fast jeder von uns kennt. Die "Blaue Murmel", aufgenommen am 7. Dezember 1972 von der Besatzung des Raumschiffes Apollo 17 aus 45 000 Kilometern Entfernung. Und ich bin jetzt noch [...]
It's actually been awhile since I've seen any full-time teaching opportunities in the geology or earth science listings of the CCC Registry. This week there are actually two of them, for Bakersfield College and Santa Monica [...]
Trotteyn, M. J. 2011. Material postcraneano de Proterochampsa barrionuevoi Reig, 1959 (Diapsida: Archosauriformes) del Triásico Superior del centro-oeste de Argentina. Ameghiniana 48:424-446.
Resumen - Los proterochámpsidos son miembros del [...]
PALEONTOGRAFIA: Paleontologia em evidência [2012-01-27 15:51:00]
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Interesting read.... to actually compare something with a 21 yr difference is an impressive nod to the NSX....By Josh Jacquot, Senior Editor Published Jan 17, 2012It's likely that Acura's 21-year-old NSX is most famous for things it never actually [...]
The activity at El Hierro Volcano has taken an interesting turn. The 2nd large vent to open up has created a strong jacuzzi area and emitted many smoking lava stones (SLS).Views on this morning's webcam revealed two very distinct 'jacuzzi' areas, [...]