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The 19th INQUA Congress in Nagoya has now finished. It was a great gathering of scientists working in Quaternary. Overall 1800 researchers from 69 countries participated. Early Career Scientists (ECR) had a very strong presence (many thanks to INQUA [...]
Is it just me or is the frequency of papers being published increasing…? Anyway, here’s the literature update with studies on paleoseismology and active tectonics. Today we have: Faulting in the Canyonlands, seismites from the Jurassic, [...]
This is NOT a killer asteroid entering the Earth's atmosphere. It is a sun dog over Oak Flat Campground near Superior, Arizona. Oak Flat is going to become a gigantic crater.
Because it won't be a meteor that causes it. It won't be an atomic bomb [...]
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These pictures show dinosaur fossil egg clutches. It is thought more spherical or circular eggs belong to plant eating dinosaurs while narrow and long eggs belonged to carnivore dinosaurs.
Fossils were on display at Children's Museum of [...]
Frei zugängliche, digitalisierte Bände des Fossilium Catalogus zwischen 1913 (Band 1) und 1932 (Band 57). Verweise auf die Pomeranian Digital Library (PBC), Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) und HathiTrust Library
These pictures show dinosaur fossil eggs and a cast of one. These fossils were found in China.
Fossils were on display at Children's Museum of Indianapolis Dinosphere exhibit as of July 2015.
The museum was founded in 1925 and consists of an [...]
Fin dalla sua gioventù Charles Darwin aveva mostrato un interesse al mondo naturale – tra cui campi classici come la collezione di coleotteri e di minerali. I suoi primi passi da vero naturalista, con tanto di pubblicazioni, seguirono la geologia [...]
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During our project, we plan to record sound waves generated by a series of controlled blasts on two profiles, one with 2000 instruments (“Texans”) deployed along a 350-mile-long profile across Georgia and another with 700 Texans deployed along [...]