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      My 15th Pair of Reviews

      ART Evolved: Life's Time Capsule [2016-08-15 05:44:00]   recommend this post  (688 visits)
      As an Art Evolved member, I post a pair of my reviews here every so often, the 1st being positive & the 2nd being negative. I'd greatly appreciate you reading & voting "Yes" for said reviews in the bolded links below. Besides wanting to make [...]

      As Louisiana Floods, Measuring the Climate Change Effect

      State of the Planet [2016-08-17 17:33:57]   recommend this post  (606 visits)
      The heavy rains and flooding in Louisiana have been devastating. Can we attribute the severity of it to climate change? How you measure that depends on the questions you

      Dr. M. Lee Allison (1948 - 2016)

      Arizona Geology [2016-08-17 19:10:00]   recommend this post  (578 visits)
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      HMNS Happenings This Week

      BEYONDbones [2016-08-15 03:25:46]   recommend this post  (572 visits)
      Mark Your Calendars for these events happening at HMNS August 15 – August 21 NEW EXHIBIT OPENING! Gems of the Sea: The Guido T. Poppe Collection Opens August 19, 2016 World class. One of a kind. Never before seen. Made … Continue reading [...]

      Video: Changing cutting tools on Bertha TBM

      GeoPrac.net [2016-08-18 06:19:36]   recommend this post  (563 visits)
      This is an interesting video of crews changing cutterhead teeth on the Bertha TBM beneath downtown Seattle. [Source: WSDOT YouTube Channel. Image:

      Wooster’s Fossils of the Week: Another molluscan assemblage from the Miocene of Maryland (side two)

      Wooster Geologists [2016-08-19 06:01:50]   recommend this post  (556 visits)
      Last month we featured a fossil slab kindly donated by Dale Chadwick of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Dale is an enthusiastic fossil collector with a very useful website for his favorite sites and specimens. I promised to show the other side of this [...]

      Studying Earthquakes from England

      The Trembling Earth [2016-08-18 19:01:49]   recommend this post  (542 visits)
      I’m back at it! This blog has suffered a long hiatus for which I could prattle on with a multitude of excuses, but suffice it to say that the shift from U.S. PhD student life to European postdoc life resulted in a pretty vast rearrangement of [...]

      Terracon acquires Mayes Testing Engineers

      GeoPrac.net [2016-08-18 06:23:41]   recommend this post  (538 visits)
      Terracon has acquired Mayes Testing Engineers based in Lynnwood (Seattle) Washington. Mayes is a 115 person firm specializing in welding, concrete, soils, masonry, asphalt, and non-destructive testing in the Pacific Northwest. From the Terracon [...]

      Catastrophic Flood Event Underway In Louisiana

      Dan\'s Wild Wild Science Journal [2016-08-15 01:56:26]   recommend this post  (537 visits)
      Thousands of people have been rescued, and thousands of others are trapped by flood waters in Louisiana tonight, as over 20 inches of rain fell starting early Friday and through the weekend. I’m going to post various images/data to put some [...]

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      Geology in the West Country [2016-08-18 10:39:00]   recommend this post  (533 visits)
      Giant ancient supervolcanoes threw rock right across AustraliaZircon crystals found in Western Australia thought to have come from the north east coast of the continent. Actually not rocks - zircon [...]
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